A survey of the theology of the Old Testament, including an analysis of current thought. Biblical terminology and methodology are used.
A survey of the major doctrines of the New Testament. Biblical terminology and methodology are used.
A basic and systematic study of the major doctrines of the Christian faith.
A study of the nature of biblical revelation and inspiration. Special attention is given to the various views of inspiration and the relationship between revelation and the Bible.
An intensive study of the doctrine of God from a biblical, historical, and contemporary perspective. Special attention is given to the attributes and works of God.
A historical, biblical, and systematic analysis of human sinfulness.
A biblical and systematic study of the doctrine of Christ. Special attention is given to the humanity and deity of Christ.
An intensive study of the provision of God for the salvation of man. Special attention is given to the atonement and its results.
A study of contemporary theological issues and trends. Emphasis is on a biblical critique and response to these issues and trends.
Graduate level Course Descriptions