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Tier 1 - Introduction to Systematic Theology, Bibliology, and Dispensationalism (MJT 101 T-1)

Aug 26, 2024 - Dec 31, 2024
3 credits

$375 Enroll

Full course description

  • Course Name: Introduction to Systematic Theology, Bibliology, and Dispensationalism
  • Course Code: MJT 101 T-1
  • Prerequisites: None 
  • Professor(s) in Lectures: Arnold Fruchtenbaum, Th.M.. Ph.D. (18 lectures) and Mark Adler, Ph.D. (4 lectures)
  • Credits: 3 (Enriched Educational Program)
  • Length: 16 modules of curriculum; 22 video lecture presentations (10 hours)
  • Course Format: 100% Online. 
  • Expiration/Course Completion Deadline:  Students will have access to the video course lecture presentations for 365 days from the date of purchase. However, Tier 1 students are required to complete this course in one semester (16 weeks).

 

Brief Overview

  • This first part of the course provides a robust introduction (prolegomena) to Systematic Theology. In addition to learning theological terms, plans, and proceedures, students will also learn about related areas of theology such as Biblical, Historical, and Dogmatic Theology.  
  • The second part of the course covers Bibliology, the Doctrine of the Bible. Students will learn about the revelation, inspiration, authority, canonicity, and transmission of Scripture.
  • In the third part of the course, students will learn about Dispensationalism including the meaning of the term, its use in Scripture, the origins, hermeneutics, and characteristics of each dispensation.
  • Students will study about the Word of God from the Word of God. A daily verse-by-verse study of Psalm 119 has been embedded into this course.