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Systematic Theology Courses
Bachelors

 

TS  101

SURVEY OF BIBLE DOCTRINE

In the textbook, Dr. R.C.Sproul presents a synthesis of Bible doctrines. Thus, the student becomes familiar with the key teachings of Godís Word that constitute the foundation of the evangelical faith.  Furthermore, this course offers the student a good basis for the future study of theology.

 

TS  102

DOCTRINE OF MAN

An analytical and practical study of the doctrine of biblical anthropology with emphasis on manís creation in the image of God, the doctrine of sin, the effects of the fall of man, and the Lordís work on the cross on manís behalf. 

 

TS  103

DOCTRINE OF GOD

A study of the biblical teaching about God.  Special attention is given to the person of God, His attributes, the Names of God, the doctrine of the Trinity and the practical implications of these truths to the individual believer. 

 

TS  204

DOCTRINE OF THE HOLY SPIRIT

A study of the biblical teachings about the person and work of the Holy Spirit.  This course analyzes the deity of the Holy Spirit, His purpose in the world and His ministry on behalf of the Body of Christ. 

 

TS  205

DOCTRINE OF CHRIST AND SALVATION

A wonderful and complete study of the person and nature of Jesus Christ. How do we know He is God? How can we understand that He is also man? Why is this doctrine so important for the salvation of man? This study will lead the student to appreciate in a very special way what Jesus Christ has done so that we might become ďsons of God.Ē

 

 

TS  311

DOCTRINE OF THE CHURCH

An important study of the doctrine of the church, including its origin, organization, ordinances and the place it should have in the life of every believer. How did the church begin? What is its purpose? What role does it have in the world?

 

TS  406

ESCHATOLOGY

The study of eschatology takes the student through the Bible, looking at what the Old and New Testaments have to say about the future Kingdom of God, the Second Coming of Christ, death, and judgment. It analyzes the diverse, at times controversial, doctrinal positions about these final events.