An introductory course to Systematic Theology. This course embraces the idea, source, method, and task of systematic theology. It is predicated on the fact that a systematic theology must be able to define what it is that is being done, the object under investigation, and the way in which the object is to be investigated. There is a particular emphasis on the doctrine of revelation and knowledge and the extent of the human intellectual capacity.
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All of the lectures. All of the lecture notes. All of the assignments. Full academic credit. Tuition free.
Heidelberg Seminary offers you the opportunity to take up to two courses for academic credit without any cost for tuition. These courses can be taken either by means of the Distance Learning Program or by actually attending classes at our facility in Sioux Falls, SD.
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