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Systematic Theology

Systematic Theology seeks to summarise and integrate Christian doctrines into a cohesive framework. This 12-week course entails gathering, evaluating, and presenting Scripture's major doctrines systematically and exegetically.

Duration

12 weeks, 6 hours per week.

Format

In person classes and tutorials.

Location

Tarragindi

Accreditation

Credit toward future Bachelors Degree.

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Total cost

AUD $1,200

Payment plans available

Next intake

Now April, 2024

"Grounded in the deep roots of theological inquiry, this course offers an expository voyage through the fundamental tenets of the Christian faith."

— Keith Sanga, President

Overview

Systematic Theology seeks to summarise and integrate Christian doctrines into a cohesive framework. This 12-week course entails gathering, evaluating, and presenting Scripture's major doctrines systematically and exegetically.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course, students should not only have a comprehensive understanding of systematic theology but also be equipped to apply their theological knowledge in practical ministry contexts and in their personal spiritual lives. It is also essential that they develop the skills to contribute to ongoing theological discussions and to respond to contemporary challenges and questions with theological depth and clarity.

Bible Doctrine (Second Edition) Book Cover

Exploring Bible Doctrine

Abridged from Wayne Grudem's award-winning Systematic Theology, Bible Doctrine provides an accessible starting point for understanding the essentials of the faith, giving you a firm grasp on seven key topics: the Word of God, the doctrine of God, humanity, Christ, the application of redemption, the church, and the future.

About the Lecturer

Craig Ireland is an accomplished church planter and best-selling author with an extensive track record of equipping tens of thousands of church planters and ministry leaders all over the world. He has pastored churches in Australia and the United States and has conducted mission trips across the globe, including to high-risk areas. He is currently conducting doctoral studies with a focus on the ministry of Charles Spurgeon.

Craig Ireland

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