THEOLOGY ll- CHRISTOLOGY (ONLINE COURSE)
Theology ll- Christology (Online Course)
Dates of lectures June 14-18, June 22-25 (9.00-11.00 lecture 11.00-12.00 discussions)
This course introduces students to the person and work of Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit, especially in relation to creation and redemption. It also investigates soteriological topics including the nature and significance of Christ’s atonement for sin, election, calling, conversion, regeneration, justification, adoption, sanctification, perseverance, and glorification. The course examines the historical context, biblical basis, and applications for life and ministry for the doctrines considered.
- To explain the biblical basis, systematic issues, and their bearing on the doctrines under consideration, namely, Christology, soteriology, and the saving work of the Holy Spirit.
- To help students think theologically by introducing them to historical, philosophical, experiential, and contextual aspects in each of those subjects.
- To clarify the relation of those doctrines to other doctrines within an evangelical theology that seeks to engage Asian religious and cultural realities.
- To guide students in formulating his/her own convictions on salient issues within the discussion of competing systems of thought.
- To connect theory and practice for effective Christian living in this world and service in various contexts of ministry.
The class will meet daily for 2-hour lectures and one hour for discussions
- Carson, D. A. “Unity and Diversity in the New Testament: The Possibility of Systematic Theology.” In Scripture and Truth, eds. D. A. Carson and John Woodbridge, pp. 65-95. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 1983.
- Cole, Graham. “Thinking Theologically.” The Reformed Theological Review 48/2 (May-August 1989): 51-62.
- Erickson, Millard. Christian Theology. 3nd ed. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 2013 (parts 7-10).
- Tennent, Timothy. Theology in the Context of World Christianity. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2007 (chapters 5-7).
- Graduate (M.Min/MCS/M.Div) RM360.00
- Undergraduate RM225.00
- Audit RM200.00
- Registration Fees RM30.00
- Graduate RM 360.00
- Undergraduate RM 225.00
- Audit RM200.00
- Registration Fees RM 40.00