|Teacher||Dr. C. Stephenson|
|Frequency||Every three years|
|Credits||5 ECTS||Workload||125-150 Hours|
|Applicability||This Module seeks to inform the students of the historical basis and development of the major doctrines and theological loci. This provides a solid basis for further theological study and practical theology.
|Course structure||See module and courses|
|Contact time||35-45 Hours||Self-Study||105-125 Hours|
|Participation requirement||See access to the program|
|Content of the Module||This course provides a study of major Christian doctrines as understood through the writings of seminal theologians of the Church up to the eighteenth century. By placing each theologian within a historical context, this course will allow the controversies and major movements of each period to dictate the doctrines to be discussed.
This course intends to provide the student with a basic grasp of the contour and shape of doctrinal development from the early church to the eighteenth century, as viewed through the lenses of major theologians, controversies, or movements within each period.
A. General Learning Objectives
B. Specific Behavioral Objectives
|Outline||A. Historical Interlude I: Protestant Reformation (1517-1564)
B. Historical Interlude II: Catholic Reformation (1545-1617)
C. FIRST DOCTRINAL LOCUS: JUSTIFICATION BY FAITH, PART 1
D. Historical Interlude III: Protestant Scholasticism (1564-1700)
E. Historical Interlude V: Evangelical Awakenings & Enlightenment (1700-1799)
F. SECOND DOCTRINAL LOCUS: Sanctification
G. THIRD DOCTRINAL LOCUS: Theological Anthropology
H. FOURTH DOCTRINAL LOCUS: Scripture, Revelation, Historicity, & Truth
I. FIFTH DOCTRINAL LOCUS: ECCLESIOLOGY: The Doctrine of the Church