Systematic Theology Overview

Regent College

Gain an introductory grasp of the central doctrines and tasks of Christian theology. Learn to think doctrinally in the context of our current moment, situating theology within the industrialized West’s post-Christian context. Reflect on Christianity’s central doctrines in relation to a contemporary society that’s constituted by deep pluralisms and where the logic of Christian thought …
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Male and Female in Christ

Regent College

Explore New Testament texts on sex and gender, marriage, singleness, and more with contemporary questions of sexuality in mind. Discover how Scripture speaks to—and also queries, subverts, and transforms—contemporary concerns of embodiment, sexuality, gender dysphoria, and similar issues. Gain insight and thoughtfully integrate this knowledge alongside contemporary approaches to questions of sex, gender, and sexuality. …
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New Testament Foundations

Regent College

Immerse yourself in the entire New Testament, one book at a time. In this overview, you will connect each book’s central message to the larger New Testament, to its own time and place in history, and especially to Jesus and his impact on those who knew him best. Gain a strong foundation that will shape …
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Reading Kierkegaard Today: His Vision, Message, and Challenge

Regent College

Kierkegaard’s writings, while influential, are not sufficiently appreciated by Christians. While many think that modern life has “outgrown” religion due to a sense of intellectual superiority, Kierkegaard challenges this assumption. Together, we’ll explore his assertion that modern secularism is actually rooted in a weak understanding of the imagination and emotions. In addition, we’ll learn from …
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Providence: Understanding God’s Ways in the World

Regent College

Is there a divine purpose in my people’s history? Can we discern God’s action in a world of natural causes? Why has God allowed this suffering? Such questions require both simple faith and complex reasoning. Learn to live out the answers by engaging with the political, scientific, and pastoral aspects of the doctrine of providence. …
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Anglican History & Theology

Regent College

Modern Anglican identity is the product of a fascinating, oft-neglected history. Meet the people and explore the events—from early roots right up to the recent GAFCON (Global Anglican Future Conference) movement—that have shaped the Anglican Church. Examine the core convictions, contentions, and concerns that have contributed to its theology, and read works from a variety …
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The Book of Proverbs: Developing Wisdom in a Complicated World

Regent College

Read and interpret the book of Proverbs in its original context while uncovering its lasting significance for faith and practice today. Study and grasp the contents of the book while learning the principles of interpretation (hermeneutics) that grant access to meaning. Proverbs’ purpose is to make its readers wise on a practical, ethical, and theological …
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Palestinian Theology in Context

Regent College

Learn from Palestinian Christians by reading their theological contributions from the last 30 years. Deepen your understanding of the sociopolitical realities that contemporary Palestinians face while reflecting on the Palestinian Evangelical perspective. Together, we’ll explore major historical and theopolitical concerns, studying a theology of the land, the Kairos document, the relationship between the two testaments …
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Matthew: Jesus and the Renewed People of God

Regent College

Learn from the Gospel of Matthew with careful exegesis, developing both a sound exegetical method and related application. Discern Matthew’s message by comparing and contrasting this gospel to the other synoptic texts, and attempt to master the basic content of Matthew’s narrative. Together we’ll focus on select passages in Matthew and address some of the …
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