A Guide to Christian Theology
An overview of what we believe, designed specifically for Christians wanting to learn.
About this Class
Introduction to the core topics of systematic theology.
Note: The Creation lecture has no sound after 20:37. We are working on getting it fixed.
An introduction to systematic theology.
This lecture on general revelation includes discussions about God's voice in creation and how He reveals himself to those who seek Him.
This session distinguishes between general revelation and special revelation. Biblical examples of special revelation are discussed as well as the inspiration of Scripture.
Confidence in the inerrancy of Scripture is discussed in this lecture, along with the characteristics of Biblical inspiration and the use of ordinary language.
In this lecture, the clarity and sufficiency of Scripture are examined.
The concept of God and his identity are examined. Through this discussion, you will learn what a privilege it is to speak to God, your Father, who is caring, loving, concerned, and helpful and one who gives of himself for your sake.
Dr. Breshears discusses more of God's characteristics including His compassion, grace, patience and holiness.
In this lecture, Dr. Breshears examines the importance of getting our theology from the entirety of Scripture and what God tells us about Himself.
Dr. Breshears reviews scripture that gives proof of a triune God; a God who is eternally relational.
In this lecture, brief descriptions of big terms in Christianity, such as freedom, sovereignty, and election, are highlighted.
Dr. Breshears frames the discussion of election and choice through a concise description of Calvenism and Armenianism.