Systematic Theology

Note: the following courses content or course numbers may be changed with or without notice.
SYS210: Systematic Theology I (Theology Proper and Bibliology)... This course provides a systematic study of the Bible. The principle doctrines of the Scripture will be outlined and each discussed in a step- by-step process. The student will build theological foundation of God and the Bible in this course.
SYS226: Systematic Theology II (Pneumatology, Angelology, Demonology)...The course will study the above topics of systematic theology: the nature of God and his communication to us, the Holy Spirit, his nature and work as part of the godhead, and what the Bible tells us about angels.
SYS327: Systematic Theology III (Anthropology, Hamartiology, Christology)... The course covers the above topics of systematic theology: the nature of man and how God intended him to relate to his creator, the nature of sin and its effects in our world, and the nature and work of Christ as God's answer to sin.
SYS428: Systematic Theology IV (Soteriology, Ecclesiology, Eschatology)... The course will cover the topics of: the nature of salvation to provide God's solution to sin among the human race, what the church is like according to the plan of God, and how God will bring everything to its conclusion with the return of Christ at the end of the age.
SYS601: Practical Theology... This course of study is designed to provide students of the Word with an in-depth foundation in the doctrines of the Christian faith. It is based upon the Scripture as the ultimate source of authority where the doctrines of the Bible are evaluated through the systematic examination and integration of relevant Scriptures with consideration given to doctrinal interpretations throughout Church history. The goal of the course is a greater acquisition of knowledge of the theology that is founded upon the Word of God that prompts the student to a greater individual and collective theological development.
SYS602: Systematic Theology V... A study designed to provide an in-depth review of the various theological studies i.e.: Biblical, Dogmatic, Historical, and Contemporary Theology.