Theological Studies
Systematic Theology

BT301   Bible Doctrine I     3 hours
A survey study of the essential doctrines of Christianity, including the doctrines of inspiration, God, angels, man, and sin.                               

BT302   Bible Doctrine II      3 hours
A survey study of the essential doctrines of Christianity including the doctrines of Christ, salvation, the Holy Spirit, sanctification, the church, and future things.

BT303   Systematic Theology I     3 hours
A study of prolegomena, bibliology, theology proper, and angelology (angels, demons, and Satan).

BT304   Systematic Theology II     3 hours
A study of Christology, pneumatology, anthropology, and hamartiology.

BT403   Systematic Theology III     3 hours
A study of soteriology (the doctrine of salvation), encompassing the Person and work of the Savior on the Cross.

BT404   Systematic Theology IV     3 hours
A study of ecclesiology and eschatology, the doctrine of the church, and the doctrine of the last things.

BT410   Topics in Biblical Theology     1-3 hours
An opportunity to explore theological issues of special interest or concern. This course counts as a biblical theology elective. Subject matter varies depending on faculty expertise and student interest. (Prerequisite: Approval of Division Chair, Professor, and Provost)



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