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SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY
(THEOLOGY)

 

In this course we will embark upon a systematic study of God's Word to learn its facts and principles; from which will then be formulated some basic biblical doctrines.

Prerequisite courses: Salvation, Eternal Security, Bible Doctrines, The Church, and The Bible and also the Second Year course on The Millenium must be successfully completed before taking the Systematic Theology course.

The textbook for this course is:

SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY

EMBRACING

THE EXISTENCE AND ATTRIBUTES OF GOD; THE AUTHORITY AND DOCTRINES
OF THE SCRIPTURES; THE INSTITUTIONS AND ORDINANCES OF THE GOSPEL.

This textbook, written by J. J. Butler and Ransom Dunn, is a classic work on Systematic Theology published in 1892.  The subjects addressed in this book are synopsized quite well in the title of the work.

This course will differ from the course on Bible Doctrines in that it will expand upon the facts and principles from God's Word from which various doctrines are formulated; whereas the Doctrines course presented the doctrines, more or less, in their finished forms.  To accomplish this end, this course will delve into the "why and how" as well as the "what;" whereas the Doctrines course was more concerned with the "what" in its exposition.

This course is required for all students.

  • Minimum required attendance for each lesson in this course is 3 weeks.

  • Minimum required attendance for this course overall is 28 weeks.

  • Course is worth 3.5 credits.  Although student can meet the required 3 weeks study per lesson in 27 weeks, 1 extra week has been included for review of the material before taking the Final Test, making 28 weeks the minimum required attendance for the course overall.  Therefore, students may not request the Password for the Final Test until the last day of the 28th week and the Final Test cannot be taken any sooner than the first day of the 29th week.

  • Click HERE to submit your Begin Sign In form for this course.

  • A Course Record form is required for every course.  The following link allows you to download a copy in your preferred format.  On this form you are required to keep all pertinent information for each Course.  Choose your preferred format from the list.
         
    Click HERE to choose your download of the Course Record Form in your preferred format.
         

TEXTBOOK (SMALLER FILES):
             
You may now click the appropriate links in the following boxes to access the individual Lessons.
              These individual lessons have been kept to the smallest file size possible.

COMPLETE TEXTBOOK (LARGE FILE)
Should you want the textbook in one large file (over 14.7 meg) please click HERE.
This large file may take an inordinate amount of time to download if you do not have high-speed Internet.


TESTS:
            
Tests are not to be taken at less than 3 week intervals so student can meet the 3 week minimum attendance and 3 hours of study per lesson required for each lesson in the course.

 

Click HERE to submit your Finish Sign In form for this course before taking the Final Test.  You will NOT receive the password for the Final Test by submitting this form.  It is only for attendance purposes.  To receive the password you will need to submit the Password Retrieval form accessed through the following link.

(click on words or picture)
RETRIEVE PASSWORD

You must have this password to gain access to the Final Test.


FINAL TEST
Final test is "open book."  You may use your
study materials while taking the final test.
Passing score is 100%