Asia Pacific Theological Seminary E-Learning

Systematic Theology I is an introduction to theology and its methodology. Emphasis will be given to selected topics: theology proper, bibliology, anthropology, angelology, and pneumatology. (Required: M.Div.;M.A. Theo Theology of Concentration)

A study of various topics in Pentecostal studies. It includes origins, background, development and contemporary issues, and biblical foundations of Pentecostal theology.

Discusses the history of Christian ethics as a backdrop of the discussions concerning the foundation of ethics, and its ethical and meta-ethical considerations. The three main ethical systems - teleological, deontological and character ethics - are explored. Considerations is given to the process of appropriate ethical decision making within the Christian community.

An examination of the great themes of the reformers, particularly Martin Luther and John Calvin, and of the contributions and problems of the Radical Reformation. Attention is given, as well, to the issues related to the period of Protestant Scholasticism that followed. (Fulfills Historical Theology requirement: M.A. Theology)
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