Systematic Theology

It is part of human nature to ask questions. Certainly, for the growing Christian, many questions come to mind: Is there any basis for the Bible being God’s revelation to us? Why does God seem to be a Judge in the Old Testament and a God of love in the New Testament? The answers to these question lie within the field of systematic theology. This topical approach to understanding Bible truths seeks to carefully look at verses in context and compare them with other relevant passages. While doing so, systematic theologians seek to keep in mind the continuity of God’s big picture of redemption. The thinking Christian will be greatly enriched by this examination of the Word of God.

Foundations of Systematic Theology

Theology can be intimidating for beginners. Many students have been overwhelmed by the diversity of opinions and sheer volume of information to comprehend.

Level: Advanced| Number of Lessons: 24
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Introduction to Theology

Welcome to Introduction to Theology, an online undergraduate-level course designed to introduce you to the basic doctrines of the Christian faith.

Level: Advanced| Number of Lessons: 15
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Contemporary Theology I: Hegel to Death of God Theologies

For good or for bad, philosophy has played a pivotal role in the development of theology and culture. In this course, learners examine the major trends in contemporary theological thought in light of their philosophical contexts.

Level: Advanced| Number of Lessons: 24
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Doctrine of Man and Sin

As ambassadors for Christ and the Gospel, we must understand the true nature of man and the magnitude of his sin. This course presents a critical and historical overview of positions regarding the nature of mankind: both as the image of God and as corrupted by sin.

Level: Advanced| Number of Lessons: 20
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Doctrine of Salvation

“Sirs, what must I do to be saved?” No question is more important or more debated than this one posed by the Philippian jailer. This course presents a critical and historical overview of the message, plan, and components of salvation.

Level: Advanced| Number of Lessons: 24
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Doctrine of the Trinity

To know God and to make Him known is our highest calling. By studying the historic, classic, and orthodox doctrine of the Holy Trinity, learners discover how and why the doctrine emerged in the fourth century, as well as the various and progressive ways this doctrine has been understood throughout history.

Level: Advanced| Number of Lessons: 24
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Contemporary Theology II: From Theology of Hope to Post-modernism

Post-Modernism is having a profound influence on the Church, from within and without. Changing ideas about the source and nature of truth are affecting Christians’ lives and ministry. In this course, learners examine current trends in contemporary theology, and how these trends arose.

Level: Advanced| Number of Lessons: 24
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