This course stresses the importance of a proper spiritual foundation for life and ministry by providing an overview of Bible doctrines identified in Hebrews 6:1: Repentance, faith, baptism, laying of hands, resurrection, and eternal judgment.
This course is a study of the major concepts of Christian theology and their interrelationships. We will explore how best to form theological beliefs and consider the doctrines of Scripture, God, Christ, the Holy Spirit, humanity, salvation, sanctification, the church, and the last things.
We seek to become a believing community of depth, possessing a reflective, sensitive, and passionate faith in the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
- Students will appreciate the role of biblical authority in Christian theology.
- Students will think more critically, consistently, and biblically about God, ourselves, the world, and the relations between these.
- Students will learn how to dialogue intelligently, openly, and sensitively about our faith to others, some of whom may not agree with our view.
- Students will consider how Christian theology ought to affect one’s life, draw one closer to the living God, and reveal one’s calling as an agent of redemption and shalom.
A. Technical Requirements
- Download and install a browser other than Microsoft Internet Explorer. We suggest Firefox or Google Chrome.
- The E-learning system performs better with Firefox or Google Chrome browsers.
B. Academic Requirements
- Lessons (25%): Complete the weekly lessons
- Assignments (35%): Complete the weekly assignments. Assignments are based on the reading.
- Quizzes (40%).
C. Grading Scale
A = 94-100 Excellent
B = 84 – 93 Above Average
C = 74 – 83 Average
D = 64 – 73 Below Average
F = 63 & Below Failure