Systematic Theology I

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Lecturer

Dr. Stephen J. Wellum

A careful and systematic study of Christian doctrines, covering the person and work of Christ, the application of Christ’s work to us in salvation, the church, and last things.

Learning Outcomes
  • articulate the importance of historical theology in the development of the doctrines of revelation, Scripture, theology proper, and theological anthropology.

  • compare and contrast the Christian worldview with other views especially in relation to the doctrines of revelation, Scripture, theology proper, and theological anthropology.

  • grasp with greater depth the interrelationships between various doctrines with the twin goal of beginning to formulate a Christian worldview, as well as bringing our life, language, and thought more in conformity to God’s Word.

  • articulate and defend the essential theological doctrines of the historic Christian faith as covered in this course.

  • integrate theological doctrines with contemporary issues thus learning how to do theology by applying the Word to the contemporary world.

  • minister in the local church with greater biblical-theological clarity as one who is deeply concerned to proclaim the whole counsel of God in all of its beauty, breadth, and depth.