THEO5336

 

THEO5336
Systematic Theology II

After completing this course, the student is expected (a) to a solid understanding of major Christian doctrines, including the diversity of views, major historical developments, and significant issues involved, and their interrelations; (b) to be able to read and understand the writings of some important theologians, especially those in the patristic era, the Reformation era, and the twentieth century; (c) to be able to critically articulate the relevance of systematic theology for Christian life and churches.

3 Units

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