THE7621 The Doctrine of the Trinity A study of the doctrine of the Trinity considered from the perspectives of biblical, historical, and systematic theology. The course will examine contemporary formulations of the doctrine and its relation to current issues in the church. 3 semester hrs. Every 2-3 years.
THE7630 The Doctrines of Creation and Providence A biblical, historical, and systematic study of creation and providence that examines the relationship of God to the world, current developments in the study of God’s activity in the origins of the world, and current developments in the study of God’s sustaining activity in the world. 3 semester hrs. Every 2-3 years.
THE7640 The Doctrine of Humanity A study of the central theological issues involved in the doctrine of humanity including creation, the human constitution, the image of God, maleness and femaleness, work, the fall, and sanctification. 3 semester hrs. Every 2-3 years.
THE7720 Christology A study of the doctrine of the person of Christ from the perspectives of biblical, historical, and systematic theology, with special attention to current issues. 3 semester hrs. Every 2-3 years.
THE7730 The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit A survey of the biblical teaching and doctrinal development of the Spirit of God. Attention will be given to fundamental theological problems of the doctrine of the Spirit. 3 semester hrs. Prerequisite: THE 6110 or professor permission. Occasional.
THE7740 The Doctrine of the Atonement A biblical and historical study of the doctrine of the Atonement with theological reflection upon the saving significance of the death of Christ. 3 semester hrs. Every 2-3 years.
THE7741 Salvation and Religious Pluralism An introduction to current issues concerning the Christian concept of salvation, including central theological, philosophical, and missiological issues, and the formulation of an acceptable evangelical perspective. 3 semester hrs. Every 2-3 years.
THE7810 The Doctrine of the Church A study of the major aspects of ecclesiology, including the nature, polity, and ministries of the church, with special attention to the practical application of these issues in local church ministry. 3 semester hrs. Every 2-3 years.
THE7820 Theology of the Christian Life A study of the doctrine of sanctification, with consideration of its place in the larger doctrine of salvation, and its relationship to issues such as spiritual formation, finding God’s will, work and leisure, and stewardship. 3 semester hrs. Every 2-3 years.
THE7830 Eschatology The Christian doctrine of last things considered from the perspectives of biblical, historical, and systematic theology. The course will examine various eschatological systems and will treat such issues as the Christian hope (this-worldly and other-worldly), death, resurrection, parousia, the last judgment, and final destiny. 3 semester hrs. Prerequisite: THE 6110 or professor permission. Occasional.
THE7900 Study of a Selected Theologian A study of the theology of a selected Christian thinker, classical or contemporary. The theologian to be studied will be announced with the publication of the course schedule. 3 semester hrs. Every 2-3 years.
THE7940 Feminist Theology An introduction and critical survey of theological methods employed by feminist theologians. Special attention will be given to the doctrines of revelation, God, man, salvation and the church. 3 semester hrs. Prerequisite: M.Div./W.S. or professor permission. Occasional.
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