ST501-H: Systematic Theology 1


Thomas L. Holtzen, PhD

Course Description

This, the first of two courses in Systematic Theology, gives an overview of particular Christian doctrines (Divine Revelation, Tradition, Reason, Faith, Creation, the Fall, the Trinity, the Incarnation, and Pneumatology) from their biblical foundations through their historical developments to their modern expressions. It understands Christian doctrine as, “What the Church of Jesus Christ believes, teaches, and confesses on the basis of the Word of God.” Particular attention is given to how Anglicans have understood and received these doctrines of the Christian faith and the role they play in the life of the individual and the Church.

 

Course Dates

July 9 - August 13

Day / Time

Term

Summer

Course Type

Hybrid-Distance

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Additional Information

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