Biblical Equipping Collection
Christian Theology 1- BTH321
Christian Theology I introduces believers to the foundational tenants of the faith. Students will study the history of the Bible and the mysteries of the Trinity. They'll about God's relationship to man - and man's relationship to God. They'll study angels and demons, and they'll peer into the magnificence of the incarnation - they'll study the very nature of Jesus Christ.
Dr. Brian Morley joined The Master's College faculty in 1989 where he teaches philosophy, theology, and apologetics as a member of the College's Biblical Studies department. He received both his M.Div. and Th.M. from Talbot Theological Seminary, and an M.A. and Ph.D. from Claremont Graduate University.
Dr. Morley has published numerous articles in reference works and scholarly resources, including his recently released book, God in the Shadows: Divine Love and Evil. He has taught twenty courses at TMC, including one that was awarded a grant from the Templeton Foundation. His teaching style emphasizes critical thinking skills and methods to supplement classroom instruction. He has been a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, the Evangelical Philosophical Society, and the Society of Christian Philosophers.
DVD Lecture Set
Course Material CD which includes:
- Syllabus containing description, objectives, and recommended textbooks, assignments, and schedule.
- Lecture notes for 6 topics covered
- 6 sets of Study guide questions for lectures
- Book study questions for assigned textbooks
- Essay Questions for 4 topics