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|Course code||Course Name/Description|
Creation, New Creation, and Creation Stewardship
Studies the theology of salvation, particularly as it relates to the place of the created order in God's redemptive plan and the meaning...
Theology of the Reformation
Investigates the theology of three foundational foci of evangelical understanding: Luther, Calvin and the English reformers (Ridley and...
Theology of the Human Person
Acquaints students with the theology of the human person. It focuses on biblical and doctrinal issues that bear upon such questions as, What...
The Life and Work of Charles Wesley
Examines the life, spiritual formation, poetic genius and theological contribution of Charles Wesley through an investigation of his sermons...
Protestant Spiritual Traditions
Same as SPIR 0610.
Theology of John Calvin
Examines closely Calvin's Institutes of the Christian Religion. Topics such as the knowledge of God, Trinity, Scriptures, providence,...
Early English Protestant Spirituality
Same as HIST 0764 and SPIR 0635.
Theology of Martin Luther
Examines the key works of Luther, as well as major themes in the Wittenberger's theology (e.g., the righteousness of God, the theology...
Advanced Christian Doctrine
A seminar in systematic theology in which one major Christian doctrine, such as the doctrine of the Trinity, Christ, salvation, etc., is...
John Wesley's Theology: Renewing the Heart, Renewing the Church
An examination of the life and thought of John Wesley, and of early Methodism as a movement of evangelism, renewal and mission within the...
Theology of Church Renewal: Movements of the Spirit
Same as MISS 0623.
Prayer and the People of God
Same as SPIR 0609.
Directed Reading and Research
Directed Reading and Research (DRR) courses allow students to study in a specific area of interest not addressed by the scheduled course...
Philosophy for Understanding Theology
Acquaints students with the history of philosophy from pre-Socratics to modernity, especially where the history of thought intersects with...
A survey of major theological developments from the 19th to the 21st century. Topics covered may include liberal Protestantism,...
A study of important theological themes in the early Church fathers; trends in medieval theology, focusing upon Anselm and Aquinas;...
An introduction to central issues in Christian ethics, with attention to the way in which moral reflection interacts with philosophy and...
Designed to introduce students to the field of Christian apologetics. Attention will be given to the rationale for apologetics and its place...
Systematic Theology II
Continuation of THEO 0531 Systematic Theology I. Acquaints students with the elemental building blocks of the Christian faith. The following...
Systematic Theology I
Acquaints students with the elemental building blocks of the Christian faith. The nature, sources and task of theology will be considered,...