Systematic Theology

In systematic theology, we consider the Bible’s message doctrine by doctrine, rather than book by book.

The systematics course seeks to give the student a unified view of Christian doctrine as it is founded in the Scriptures and coherently expressed in Protestant Evangelicalism. It seeks to relate biblical doctrine to the life of the church and to the needs of the world in the 21st century.

The course covers all the main heads of systematic theology.

  • the doctrine of Scripture
  • the doctrine of God, including the person of Christ, the Trinity and the doctrine of the Holy Spirit
  • humanity and sin
  • soteriology, including detailed consideration of controverted areas such as justification and the doctrine of the atonement
  • the Church
  • the last things