An analysis of the great doctrines of Scripture. The significant issues of each great theme are discussed, taking care to demonstrate that the Scriptures are the only true source of theology. The student is expected to learn to examine all previous doctrinal conceptions in the light of the Word of God. The fall semester will cover Theology proper, Bibliology, Christology, Pneumatology and Angelology. This course is 8 weeks long.
To understand the process of systematic theology.
To understand the essential teaching of Scripture in each area of theology covered (including prolegomena).
To understand the major options on the more controversial subjects within each area.
To appreciate the place and value of systematic theology.
To develop confidence in the sufficiency of the Bible to deal with relevant issues in each area.
To improve the student's ability to systematize biblical teaching on a subject.
To develop the ability to discern between differing options in theology.
Read assigned textbooks and answer question sheets that prepare you for book exams.
Write a two page paper on each section of Theology covered in lectures (four sections total).
5 proctored exams, one on each section of Theology (not including 1 proctored optional extra credit exam).
Course Instructor Welcome Message
Clip from video lecture featuring Lecture Professor Morley