Foundations of Systematic Theology
About the course
This course covers basic issues, themes, and categories of Christian theology. This course leads students through a study of the fundamental teachings of the Bible, encouraging students to better know, trust, love, and live by God’s Word.
This course is part of a dual enrollment program with Colorado Christian University and is worth 3 college credits. Students taking this course will potentially follow a modified academic calendar, and will also need to register with CCU (When registering, identify the courses being taught by Imago Dei Academy, and select those)
Students willing to accommodate a more rigorous academic schedule can receive a considerable discount on package courses. Schedule a free consultation with Kepler’s Academic Advisor for more details.
Foundations of Theology and Apologetics is designed to help the student:
- State key doctrinal truths concerning the Word of God, God, man, Christ, the application of redemption, the church, and the future;
- Connect key doctrinal truths with specific supporting Scripture;
- Apply interpretive skills for drawing proper theological conclusions from scripture to one’s own devotional reading and ongoing personal study of the Bible; and
- Demonstrate a clear biblical and theological understanding of their Christian responsibility for “good deeds,” which positively influence culture.
- Grudem, Wayne. Bible Doctrine. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1999.
- Sproul, RC. Foundations Study Guide. Sanford, Fl: Ligonier.