Theology

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TH 537 God’s Church through the Ages (3) Offered on campus: Fall even; online: Spring even, Summer odd. Students examine the historical Church established by God from its foundation to the present to identify major changes, individuals, and issues in the various periods of church history.

TH 538 Church Trends and Changes in the Last Century (3) Offered on campus: Spring even; online: Spring odd, Summer even. The student will identify and critique the leaders, philosophy, and methodology of the major movements in American Christianity during the twentieth century. This course may be taken to meet D.Min. or M.Min. requirements.

TH 553 Theology (3) Offered on campus: Spring odd, Summer even; online: Fall odd, Summer even. A biblical study of the nature, necessity, and biblical basis for the following doctrines: Bibliology, Theology Proper, Christology, Pneumatology, and Angelology. The course will emphasize the biblical exposition of key passages of Scripture dealing with each doctrine. Students will prepare a doctrinal statement.

TH 554 Theology (3) Offered on campus: Fall odd, Summer odd; online: Spring even, Summer odd. A biblical study of the nature, necessity, and biblical basis for the following doctrines: Anthropology, Hamartiology, Soteriology, Ecclesiology, and Eschatology. The course will emphasize the biblical exposition of key passages of Scripture dealing with each doctrine. Students will prepare a doctrinal statement.

TH 640 Doctrine and History of Preservation of the Text (3) Offered on campus: Spring odd, Summer even; online: Fall even, Spring odd, Summer. The doctrine of Bibliology is explored with an emphasis on the biblical and historical definition of the preservation of the Holy Bible. Students examine the history of the doctrine of preservation as well as the history of biblical truth in its manuscript and printed form.