Survey of Theology

How can we hold our faith intelligently and integrate it into the great range of human experience we know as adults? How do the doctrines of our faith make a coherent unity? How does our faith relate to the many other beliefs and values we are committed to in modern life?

We took up the challenge of these questions in a survey of theology from Sep. 15, 2002 to Dec. 8, 2002. Our primary reference was Christian Theology. An Introduction. Third Edition. Alister E. McGrath. Presentations were by David Monyak.

Downloads: Overheads

The Doctrine of God

The Doctrine of the Trinity

Doctrine of the Person of Christ, Classic Christology

The Doctrine of Salvation in Christ

The Doctrines of Human Nature, Sin, and Grace

The Doctrine of the Church

The Doctrine of the Sacraments

Christianity and the World Religions

Last Things: The Christian Hope

References

Primary

Christian Theology. An Introduction. Third Edition. Alister E. McGrath, Blackwell Publishers, Oxford, 2001

Secondary

Byzantine Theology. Historical Trends and Doctrinal Themes. John Meyendorff. Fordham University Press. New York. 1979

Catechism of the Catholic Church. Second Edition. Libreria Editrice Vaticana. 1997.

Christian Dogmatics. Volume 1 and 2. Carl E. Braaten and Robert W. Jenson, editors. Fortress Press. Philadelphia. 1984

Christian Theology. Second Edition. Millard J. Erickson. Baker Books. 1998

Historical Theology. An Introduction to the History of Christian Thought. Alister McGrath. Blackwell Publishers, 1998

Introduction to Theology. Third Edition. Owen C. Thomas, Ellen K. Wondra. Morehouse Publishing, Harrisburg, 2002

Principles of Christian Theology, Second Edition. John Macquarrie. Scribner. 1977

Systematic Theology. Roman Catholic Perspective. Volume I and II. Francis Schüssler Fiorenza, John P Galvin, editors. Fortress Press. Minneapolis. 1991