Systematic Theology: Fundamentals of Christian Theology

Systematic Theology: Fundamentals of Christian Theology


This edition of Systematic Theology is structured around the Nicene Creed. It reflects a cross-section of some of the leading theologians and scholars of the ELCA; the presenters in this series are faculty members at ELCA seminaries, the Lutheran Seminary Program in the Southwest and an ELCA college.

Consisting of twelve one-hour presentations with extensive study guide materials, this course was originally designed for use in the Associates in Ministry preparation process. It is now often used in preparation for Synodically Authorized Ministry, but is suitable for anyone interested in studying theology.

Winston D. Persaud, Professor of Systematic Theology at Wartburg Theological Seminary, Dubuque, Iowa, is the Dean of this new series. Presenters include Kristin Johnston Largen, Faye Schott, Ted Peters, Cheryl Meese Peterson, Richard Perry Jr., Duane Priebe, Jose David Rodriguez, Phil Ruge-Jones, Lois Malcolm, Michael Root and Ann Fritchel.

Also included is a series of informal discussions with the presenters about the nature of their interest and passion for their selected topic.


1. How to Think Theologically: by Howard W. Stone and James O. Duke [Click here to purchase]
For a Kindle version of the text click here.

2 Confessing the One Faith: An Explication of the Apostolic Faith as it is Confessed in the Nicence-Constantopolitan Creed [Click here to purchase]

Total Time: 12 hours

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