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THEOLOGY

In this series of courses we will study Theology in its various definitions of the term.
1. One way we will approach it will be as a systematic study of the various doctrines as presented in God's Word.  This is consistent with the definition of Theology as stated by Charles Hodge in his Systematic Theology, "... theology is concerned with the facts and the principles of the Bible."
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Another way we will approach it will be as a study of the doctrine of Theology Proper- a study of God.
3. In addition we will make a comparison between the true biblical presentation of the one true God and "god" as taught in a cross-section of the major false religions and philosophies as well as several of the better known heretical sects of Christianity.  This comparative study will be under the course entitled Comparative Theology.

The Theology courses are to be studied in the order given on this page.  Each one is a prerequisite course for those following it.
Prerequisite First Year courses: Salvation, Eternal Security, Bible Doctrines, The Church, and The Bible and also the Second Year course on The Millenium.  These courses must be successfully completed before taking any of the Theology courses listed on this page.


SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY
(THEOLOGY I.)


In this course we will embark upon a systematic study of God's Word to learn its "facts and principles" from which we formulate basic biblical doctrines.  This textbook is Systematic Theology by J. J. Butler and Ransom Dunn   (3.5 credits)

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COMPARATIVE THEOLOGY



Welcome to the Comparative Theology class.

In this course we will examine most of the mainline Religions and some of the more well-known "Christian" cults.  We will learn some of their major doctrinal beliefs and then compare them with the Bible.  The King James Version of the Bible will be considered the final authority for all issues of comparison.  (2 credits)

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SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY II.
(THEOLOGY II.)

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In this course you will study Theology from 


THEOLOGY III.

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Major Bible Themes by Lewis Sperry Chafer

 


THEOLOGY IV.

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Dogmatic Theology by William Greenough Thayer Shedd.