A Guide to Christian Theology

With Gerry Breshears, Ph.D. Introduction to the core topics of systematic theology. Approximately 15 hours.

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Lectures

Introduction

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An introduction to systematic theology.

Bibliology

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This lecture on general revelation includes discussions about God's voice in creation and how He reveals himself to those who seek Him.

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This session distinguishes between general revelation and special revelation. Biblical examples of special revelation are discussed as well as the inspiration of Scripture.

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Confidence in the inerrancy of Scripture is discussed in this lecture, along with the characteristics of Biblical inspiration and the use of ordinary language.

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In this lecture, the clarity and sufficiency of Scripture are examined. 

Doctrine of God

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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. 

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Dr. Breshears discusses more of God's characteristics including His compassion, grace, patience and holiness.

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In this lecture, Dr. Breshears examines the importance of getting our theology from the entirety of Scripture and what God tells us about Himself.

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Dr. Breshears reviews scripture that gives proof of a triune God; a God who is eternally relational.

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In this lecture, brief descriptions of big terms in Christianity, such as freedom, sovereignty, and election, are highlighted. 

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Dr. Breshears frames the discussion of election and choice through a concise description of Calvenism and Armenianism.

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Doctrine of Humanity

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Sin

Christology

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Duration

15 hours