Systematic Theology: Faith Seeking Understanding [THEO 0531]

 Course Dates: Monday May 4, 2020 to Friday July 24, 2020
 Faculty: Mr. Michael Brain
 Course Type: Online
 Course Syllabus (PDF) DRAFT

Course Description

Equips students to use the tools of systematic theology to understand, proclaim, and live the Christian faith today. We will address such
questions as: How can we know God, and how do we adjudicate truth claims about God? How can God be both one and three? How can Jesus be both divine and human? Who is the Holy Spirit and how does the Spirit’s work relate to that of the Father and Son? How does theological knowledge impact our day-to-day lives in the church and in the world? Prerequisites: HIST 0561 or HIST 0562.

This is an online course.
 

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Please Note: course syllabi are provided in a draft version for reference purposes. Final versions of course syllabi will be provided to registered students through the class website once the course begins.
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Course Status

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