THEO5335

 

THEO5335
Systematic Theology I

Systematic theology can be understood as the theological discipline that constructively articulates the meaning, coherence, and implications of Christian beliefs. This course aims at providing students with a solid methodological foundation for the study of systematic theology by investigating various issues that belong to the “prolegomena” of systematic theology, including the formative factors of theology (such as revelation, Bible, tradition, experience, reason, and culture), theological language, and theological methods.

3 Units

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