Systematic Theology Courses
TS 501 Introduction to theology and the doctrine of God
course first introduces the student to the study of theology, including
terminology and divisions of theology, as well as an examination of the
doctrines of revelation and inspiration. Secondly, the course studies the
doctrine of God, including His attributes, His decrees, and the doctrines of
predestination, creation, and providence. Finally, the student is guided to
reflect on the practical importance of key aspects of the doctrine of God.
course introduces the student to an analysis of the doctrine of man, the person
and natures of Christ, and the work of Christ, especially the atonement. The
student is guided to reflect on the practical importance of key aspects of these
TS 503 Soteriology (doctrine of the application of redemption)
course introduces the student to the doctrines of the application of redemption,
seeking a biblical understanding of concepts such as: union with Christ, the
external and internal call, regeneration, conversion, repentance, saving faith,
justification, adoption, sanctification, and glorification. The student is
guided to reflect on the practical importance of these teachings.
TS 504 Apologetics
course introduces the student to the principles of Christian apologetics, with
an emphasis on epistemology and the methods of Francis Schaeffer, Norman
Geisler, and Richard Pratt . The student becomes familiar with the philosophical
inconsistencies of the non-believer, and with a variety of approaches in
defending the gospel.
TS 505 Christian World View
The purpose of this
course is to orient the student in his way of thinking, so that he can develop a
biblical Christian world view, not only in the area of philosophy and theology,
but also in the areas of culture, the social sciences and the physical sciences.
The student will be prepared to defend the Christian view over against the