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Assemblies of God Theological Seminary
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The 511 - Christian Theology James H. Raile
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ASSEMBLIES OF GOD THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY THE 511 Christian Theology James H Railey Jr D Th Email jrailey aGts edu Phone 417 268 1080 Fall 2004 COURSE SYLLABUS COURSE DESCRIPTION The major areas of systematic theology are introduced in this course The course not only explains classical Evangelical treatments of Christian doctrine but also presents a model for a unique Pentecostal theological method The course is the preparation for additional systematic theology courses in the student s program COURSE OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this course the student will be able to 1 Demonstrate a basic familiarity with the language and concepts of Christian theology 2 Associate the individual doctrines of Christian theology with personal piety and ministry 3 Analyze the evangelical formulations of Christian doctrines within the larger context of contemporary theological discussion and development 4 Assess the unique contributions and challenges of the Pentecostal tradition to the articulation of a distinctive Pentecostal theology 5 Explain the biblical foundations for the expression of doctrinal affirmations 6 Formulate clear statements of the relationship of theology to the ministry of the Church in the postmodern age TEXTBOOKS Erickson Millard J Christian Theology Second ed Grand Rapids MI Baker Book House 1998 McGrath Alister E ed The Christian Theology Reader Second edition Oxford Blackwell Publishing 2001 COURSE OUTLINE THE 511 Christian Theology James H Railey Jr Page 2 Note The Erickson readings are assigned by page numbers the McGrath readings are assigned by section numbers DATE 9 13 04 9 20 04 9 27 04 10 4 04 10 11 04 10 18 04 10 25 04 11 1 04 11 8 04 11 15 04 11 22 04 TOPIC Introduction to Theology Nature Scope Divisions in Sources for Theological systems God s Revelation General Special Inspiration of Scripture Canon of Scripture Application of Scripture God s Person Existence of God Attributes of God The Trinity God s Activities Creation Providence Evil EXAM ONE



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