Building Systematic Theology
Throughout the history of the church, faithful Christians have used systematic theology to communicate the teachings of our faith. Systematics has proven to be a helpful tool for expressing ideas clearly, and for organizing them in ways that increase our understanding of Scripture. At times, this approach to theology has been misused, but when employed in submission to Scripture, systematic theology provides Christians with a reliable method for understanding and teaching biblical truth.
Building Systematic Theology is the second series in the course Introduction to Theological Studies.
- Explain the history and justification of systematic theology.
- Describe the method and uses of systematic theology.
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|What Is Systematic Theology?||MOV (135 MB)||32-bit 16-bit 8-bit||Word||color duotone|
|Technical Terms in Systematics||MOV (125 MB)||32-bit 16-bit 8-bit||Word||color duotone|
|Propositions in Systematics||MOV (122 MB)||32-bit 16-bit 8-bit||Word||color duotone|
|Doctrines in Systematics||MOV (147 MB)||32-bit 16-bit 8-bit||Word||color duotone|