Systematic Theology

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Scriptures say, “It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God” (Heb 10:31). For me, it’s also a fearful thing to accept the new challenge of teaching Systematic Theology at our church. While studying Theology Proper, I’m already trembling with fear, concern, conviction and correction. Please say a prayer for my new assignment.

Systematic Theology is a,

“Theological reflection that investigates and aims to explain doctrines in a comprehensive, coherent, ordered and reasonable manner. Different titles abound in the genre, and the term systematic was not used until the seventeenth century. While broadly following the order of dogmatic theology—doctrine of God, Christology, soteriology, pneumatology, ecclesiology and eschatology—the structure of the presentation is often modified in relation to biblical, covenant, trinitarian and historical theology.”

Pocket Dictionary of the Reformed Tradition, The IVP Pocket Reference Series (Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2013), 115–116

These videos are not the actual church presentations. But for a season, I will make additional secondary videos for my YouTube channel.

You will also find these videos here, by hovering your mouse over the “Systematic Theology” tab in the above ‘sermons online’ tool bar. There you will see a drop-down menu of videos in their perspective categories, or subject matter.

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