D520 Introduction to Biblical Theology
For students with little background in theology, this course provides the framework for future
study of each basic division of theology. The course answers the following important
questions: Where did the Bible come from? How do we know it is accurate and its translations
into our language are accurate? How can we be safe in our interpretation of it? What is the
general theme of the Bible and its message to us? What are the major doctrines of the Bible?
How does the Bible help us prepare for the future? Topics include: the inspiration,
manuscripts, translations, and interpretation of the Bible; an overview of Godís plan in Christ;
and brief surveys of numerous theological topics such as God, Christ, salvation, angels, man,
covenants, sanctification, sacraments (or ordinances), the church, practical Christianity,
typology, prophecy, and our eternal state. 1 credit.
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