A study of bibliology (the doctrine of Scripture, with a focus on the nature of revelation and the inspiration and authority of Scripture and the development and transmission of the canon); theology proper (the doctrine of God’s existence, attributes, works, and the Trinity); Christology (the theology of the Person and work of Jesus Christ, including consideration of His names, nature, offices, humiliation, atoning death, resurrection, and exaltation); anthropology (the theology of the human condition—origin, nature, and fall); and soteriology (the divine plan of salvation—regeneration, justification, adoption, sanctification, and deliverance—for the believer).
Systematic Theology 1
Study Guide by GU Staff and Faculty
Systematic Theology: A Pentecostal Perspective
Stanley M. Horton (ed.)