TCH510A― Systematic Theology: Scripture
Required for MDiv― One of a number of courses in the series- 2 credits. Admin Fee applies. No Prerequisite.
We consider thorough understanding of Systematic Theology mandatory for a Master of Divinity. And what better text to use than Wayne Grudem’s Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Biblical Doctrine?
Having sold over half a million copies, this is THE text widely used across denominational and non-denominational seminary students.
You can breathe a sigh of relief, because this survey course will not be able to visit all 1291 pages of this reference book. We will focus and the essentials as well as how to utilize the book in your ministry. Each course covers a selection of doctrines and awards 1-3 credits.
This first course primarily focuses on Systematic Theology and the Word of God.
We will be addressing questions like: What is systematic theology? Why should Christians study it? How should we study it? What belongs in the Bible and what does not belong? What are the 4 characteristics of Scripture and what do we need to know about them? How do we know that the Bible is God’s Word? Are there any errors in the Bible?
Textbook: Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Biblical Doctrine, Wayne Grudem, Norman L. Geisler, 1995 edition, 1291 pages, Hardback, Amazon Prime $40.74, used from $22.07 + shipping.