Systematic Theology (online course registration only)

Systematic Theology (online course registration only)

$286.00

Systematic Theology: Fundamentals of Christian Theology for the 21st Century
Class orientation the week of Jan. 28 - Feb. 1, 2019
Orientation call: Tuesday Jan. 29 at 7:30 PM Central Time
Class sessions Feb. 1 - May 2, 2019
 
The textbooks need to purchased seperately:
1. Textbook: Confessing the One Faith by the World Council of Churches (to purchase click here)
2. Textbook:  How to Think Theologically by Howard W. Stone and James O. Duke ( to purchase click here)
 
Select Learning's online companion courses provide wonderful input and support.  The lectures for this course are given by theologians from across the ELCA.  The facilitator for this course will be Dr. Winston Persaurd, Wartburg Semianry. This edition of Systematic Theology is structured around the Nicene Creed.  Participants in this course will explore Christian theology as articulated in the Lutheran Confessions and lived out in contemporary life.
 
Prolegomena
Session 1:  Theology and Christian Identity:  Introduction and Approach
      Dr. Winston Persaud, Wartbury Seminary
Session 2:  Revelation and the History of Religions
      Dr. Kristin K Largen, Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg
Session 3:  Revelation and Scritpure
      Dr. Faye E. Schott, Lutheran Seminary Program in the Southwest
First Article
Session 4:  A Biblical, Trinitarian Theology of Creation
     Dr Theodore 'Ted' F. Peteres, Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary
Session 5:  Trinitarian Doctrine of God
      Dr. Cheryl Meese Peterson, Trinity Lutheran Semianry
Session 6:  Anthopolgy:  Image of God - Sin and Evil
      Dr. Richard J. Perry, Jr., Lutheran School of Theology, Chicago
Second Article
Session 7:  Who is Jesus Christ:  Jesus, the Messiah
     Dr. Duane A. Priebe, Wartburg Semiany
Session 8:  What Has God Done in Jesus Christ?:  Jesus Died for our Sins According to Scritpure
     Dr. Jose David Rodriguez, Lutheran School of Theolgy, Chicago
Session 9:  Trinitatrian Theology of the Cross
     Dr. Phil L. Ruge-Jones, Texas Lutheran University
Third Article
Session 10: The Holy Spirit, The Lord and Giver of Life
     Dr. Lois Malcolm, Luther Seminary
Session 11:  Word, Sacrament, and the Church
     Dr. Michael J. Root, Southern Seminary
Session 12: Eschatoloty:  New Life in the Spirit
     Dr. Ann Fritschel, Wartburg Seminary
 
Click here for a syllabus.

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