Christian Theology I: Revelation, God, Humanity, Sin

This course is designed to introduce the student to the discipline of systematic theology and the doctrines of the Christian faith dealing with revelation, God, humanity, and sin.

Study will include the biblical foundations and historical development of each doctrine, leading to a contemporary systematic formulation, capable of guiding and shaping practical application of these doctrines in Christian life and ministry.

Seminary: Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
Keywords: History of science, science and religion, faith and science

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