Systematic Theology I

 A critical investigation into the content and contemporary significance of the Christian faith, emphasizing biblical foundations, philosophic presuppositions and comprehensiveness.                                                

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Systematic Theology I

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Course Requirements and Evaluation

  1. Theology Paper, worth 20% of your final grade

  2. * Explanation: The Theology Paper will be based exclusively on Systematic Theology I

  3. A book review, ca. 1300 words, Studies in Theology by  BB Warfield worth 20% of your final grade

  4.  A final examination, written during the examination schedule, worth 30% of your final grade

  5. Reading Material 10%

  6. Quizzes 10%

  7. Lessons 10%

Required Reading-Online Book

Systematic Theology Book I(Start Reading at theology Proper Section)

Studies in  Theology by  BB Warfield

Email us for the classroom Lectures

Theology Links

Reference Material

Origen-De Principiis

Bondage of the Will

Handbook of Faith, hope and love

The Imitation of Christ

The Pilgrim's Progress--Part 1

The Pilgrim's Progress--Part 2

Creation Science Video Links

Philosophy Links

Apologetics Links





St Augustin's Commentaries  

St Augustine-Homilies on the Gospel of John -homilies on the First Epistle of John.

St Augustine Exposition on the Book of Psalm

St Chrysostom Commentaries

St Chrysostom-Homilies on the Gospel of St Matthew

St Chrysostom-Homilies on the Gospel of St John and the Epistle to the Hebrews

St Chrysostom-Homilies on The Book of  Acts and Romans

St Chrysostom-Homilies on 1 Corinthians

St Chrysostom-Homilies on Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Thessalonians, Timothy, Titus, and Philemon





The Spirit brings the gift of love
reflected from the Heavenly Throne;
to live within the hearts of men
that God's own light may be their own.

...and when accepted in men's hearts
the gift of love will set them free;
in bondage they will be no more
then joy is theirs eternally.

The Law of Love abiding here
would fill our lives with quiet peace;
the strife between our Brothers end
and happiness on Earth increase.

Till you and I let meekness reign
the wars will never cease to be;
don't force God's rules on our society
...but let it begin with you, with me.

And when they see the goodness,
our faith in God has wrought;
the efforts to transform the World
will not be forced, but taught.

The progress we will make then
will not be like the past;
but we shall witness in mankind
a change that's going to last.








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Systematic Theology I