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Angelology: Angels
      The term “angelology” comes from two Greek terms, namely, aggelos (pronounced angelos) meaning “messenger” or “angel” and logos meaning “word,” “matter,” or “thing.” In Christian systematic theology it is used to refer to the study of the biblical doctrin ... read more

Anthropology & Hamartiology: Man and Sin
      The term “anthropology” comes from two Greek words, namely, anthro„pos meaning “man” and logos meaning “word, matter, or thing.” We use the word “anthropology” to refer to the study of man and a Biblical anthropology is the study of man as understood prim ... read more

Bibliology: The Bible
      The term Bibliology (from Greek biblos meaning “book”) refers to the study of the nature of the Bible as revelation. It often includes such topics as revelation, inspiration, inerrancy, canonicity, illumination, and interpretation. Revelation We use ... read more

Christology: Jesus Christ
      The term “christology” (from Greek christos meaning “anointed one” or “Christ”) refers to the study of Christ. It often includes such topics as the preexistence and eternality of Christ, OT prophecies about Christ, ChristÂ’s humanity, deity, and incarnatio ... read more

Ecclesiology: The Church
      The Nature of the Church There is a great need today to understand the essential nature of the church from what Scripture teaches and not firstly from the role some claim she ought to play in society. We cannot continue to define the church existentiall ... read more

Eschatology: End Times
       The term “eschatology” comes from two Greek terms e[scato" and lovgo" meaning (roughly speaking) “last, end, or final” and “study of,” respectively. Theologically speaking, then, the term eschatology refers to “the study of final things” in the Bibl ... read more

Jesus Christ: “Our Great God and Savior”
      For God so loved the world that he sent his one and only son that whosoever believes in him will not perish but have everlasting life (John 3:16)! Meditation: “I Will Come and Be Among You” Jesus Christ Is Fully God 1. Read John 1:1, 14. Who is the “ ... read more

Lecture Eight—Soteriology: Salvation
      IA. Introduction The term “soteriology” comes from two Greek terms, namely, so„ter meaning “savior” or “deliverer” and logos meaning “word,” “matter,” or “thing.” In Christian systematic theology it is used to refer to the study of the biblical doctrine ... read more

Lecture Five—Pneumatology: The Holy Spirit
      The term pneumatology comes from two Greek words, namely, pneuma meaning “wind,” “breath,” or “spirit” (used of the Holy Spirit) and logos meaning “word,” “matter,” or “thing.” As it is used in Christian systematic theology, “pneumatology” refers to the s ... read more

Lecture Four—Christology: Jesus Christ
      The term “christology” (from Greek christos meaning “anointed one” or “Christ”) refers to the study of Christ. It often includes such topics as the preexistence and eternality of Christ, OT prophecies about Christ, ChristÂ’s humanity, deity, and incarnatio ... read more

Lecture Nine—Ecclesiology: The Church
      The term “ecclesiology” (from Greek ecclesia meaning “meeting,” or “assembly” and logos meaning “word,” “matter,” “topic”) refers to the study of the church as the assembly of those who know the Lord and in whom the Spirit of God dwells (Romans 8:9). It o ... read more

Lecture One—Prolegomena: A Word before We Begin
      IA. A Prolegomena to Transformative Theology 1B. Introduction: “The State of the Union” 1C. Screwtape Learns A Lesson—C. S. Lewis, The ScrewTape Letters The Junior demon was not to teach people to thinkÂ…about anything! 2C. Mark Noll—The Scandal of ... read more

Lecture Seven—Angelology: Angels
      The term “angelology” comes from two Greek terms, namely, aggelos (pronounced angelos) meaning “messenger” or “angel” and logos meaning “word,” “matter,” or “thing.” In Christian systematic theology it is used to refer to the study of the biblical doctrin ... read more

Lecture Six—Anthropology & Hamartiology: Man and Sin
      The term “anthropology” comes from two Greek words, namely, anthro„pos meaning “man” and logos meaning “word, matter, or thing.” We use the word “anthropology” to refer to the study of man and a Biblical anthropology is the study of man as understood prim ... read more

Lecture Ten—Eschatology: Consummation of All Things
      The term “eschatology” comes from two Greek terms e[scato" and lovgo" meaning (roughly speaking) “last,” “end,” or “final” and “word,” “matter” “thing,” respectively. Theologically speaking, then, the term eschatology refers to “things pertaining to the ... read more

Lecture Three—Trinitarianism or Theology Proper
      Trinitarianism refers to the study of the triune God. It often includes such topics as rational arguments for the existence of God, the attributes of God, the Names of God, the trinity, and the decree or plan of God. IA. Rational Arguments for the Exis ... read more

Lecture Two—Bibliology: The Bible
      The term Bibliology (from Greek biblos meaning “book”) refers particularly to the study of the nature of the Bible as divine revelation. It often includes such topics as revelation, inspiration, inerrancy, canonicity, textual criticism, illumination, and ... read more

Man: “Who Are We, Anyway?”
      Let us make man in our image, in our likeness (Genesis 1:26) Meditation: Fearfully and Wonderfully Made! Some Introductory Thoughts 1. As an introduction to this doctrine, read Psalm 139:13-16. What does David say regarding how he was created by God ... read more

Our Adversary: “That Ancient Serpent Called The Devil”
      I saw Satan fall like lightening from heaven (Jesus in Luke 10:18) Meditation: The God Who Calls Me To Battle Who Is The Devil 1. Read Isaiah 14:12-14 and Ezekiel 28:12-15. In each case, to whom is the prophet primarily speaking (Isa 14:4; Ezek 28:1- ... read more

Our Brilliant Future: “Where’s It All Leading?”
      I am God and there is no otherÂ…I make known the end from the beginning (Isaiah 46:10) Meditation: “He Will Wipe Away Every Tear” We come now to the final study in this series, i.e., the study of the end times. In every area of theology there are diffe ... read more

Our God: Awesome in Power and Glory
      One of the attributes of God's greatness is his infinite and awesome power, particularly displayed in creation and redemption. In a children's book entitled Is A Blue Whale the Biggest Thing There Is? Robert Wells gives us a taste of God's power in cre ... read more

Our Great and Awesome God: “I Am the Lord, That Is My Name”
      Do you not know? Have you not heard? The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth (Isaiah 40:28) Meditation: Who Are You, Lord? The Example of Paul in Acts 22:8, 10 1. Read Acts 21:1-22:21. Where is Paul and what is happening ... read more

Pneumatology: The Holy Spirit
      The term pneumatology comes from two Greek words, namely, pneuma meaning “wind,” “breath,” or “spirit” (used of the Holy Spirit) and logos meaning “word,” “matter,” or “thing.” As it is used in Christian systematic theology, “pneumatology” refers to the s ... read more

So Great A Salvation: “Blind, But Now I See”
      It is because of him that you are in Christ Jesus who has become to us wisdom from God, namely, righteousness, holiness, and redemption (1 Cor 1:30) Meditation: The God Who Saves Me The Sovereignty of God in Life and Salvation 1. Read Ephesians 1:11. ... read more

Soteriology: Salvation
      The term “soteriology” comes from two Greek terms, namely, so„ter meaning “savior” or “deliverer” and logos meaning “word,” “matter,” or “thing.” In Christian systematic theology it is used to refer to the study of the biblical doctrine of salvation. It o ... read more

The Bible: “A Lamp Unto My Feet…”
      Meditation: The God Who Speaks To Me The Importance of Scripture 1. Read Deuteronomy 32:47. Where were the Israelites? What were they getting ready to do? 2. How does Moses refer to the Word of God in Deuteronomy 32:47? What does the term “life” mean h ... read more

The Church: “A Home Away From Home”
      So then, you are no longer foreigners and aliens, but fellow citizens with the saints and members of GodÂ’s household (Ephesians 2:19) Meditation: The God Who Gives Me A New Family The Nature of the Church 1. Read Romans 16:5 and 1 Corinthians 16:19. ... read more

The Holy Spirit: “Sovereign Lord and Life-Giver”
      Not by power, nor by might, but by my Spirit says the Lord Almighty (Zechariah 4:6) Meditation: The God Who Gives Life! The SpiritÂ’s Ministry Now Is A Fulfillment of OT Promises 1. Read Genesis 12:1-3. What did God promise to do for Abraham and his ... read more

Trinitarianism or Theology Proper
      Trinitarianism refers to the study of the triune God. It often includes such topics as rational arguments for the existence of God, the attributes of God, the Names of God, the trinity, and the decree or plan of God. Rational Arguments for the Existenc ... read more

"I Am With You Always," Through Thick and Thin
      God is all powerful and all knowing. But have you thought recently about his relationship to space? Not to outer-space, per se, but his relationship to everywhere in the world? The God whom you worship is omnipresent. Jeremiah said it well: "Can anyone h ... read more

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