03 Jan THL 301 Introduction to Systematic Theology

THL 301 Introduction to Systematic Theology

Saint Paul School of Theology
Completion Time: 3 credit hours
Tuition: $637 per credit hour plus student fees
Instructor(s): Saint Paul Faculty
Contact Info: Shannon Hancock

Class Description

This course is an initial exploration of the discipline of theology and the rich dimension of life of the Christian church, for and in which theology serves critical and constructive roles. Readings and lectures cover such areas as theological genres (creeds and statements of faith), theological methods, significant theological thinkers, varying ways of interpreting Christian teachings in relation to the historic doctrinal loci such as authority of the Bible, reason and revelation, Trinity, Jesus as the Christ, human nature/condition, Church, worship and sacraments, death and resurrection. (ACOS, DCN)

For more information on Saint Paul School of Theology, visit www.spst.edu or contact admissions at (913) 725-8289 or admiss@spst.edu

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