Theology Lectures (1 of 4), TMS
TH 605: Theology I
Dr. Andy Snider
The good folks at the Master's Seminary want to see the Christ's church as biblically-oriented and God-honoring as possible. As such, they have been placing their class lectures online for free.
This post highlights the first of four theology classes offered by the seminary. Here are a few questions these videos will help you answer:
- Is it okay for Christians to study theology, and are there dangers to it?
- What does it mean to be a liberal or a conservative theologically?
- What is God like, and how does He relate to His creation?
- Should we believe that God exists in a Trinity?
- What does the Bible really say about itself?
- Can we believe that the Bible is from God and without error?
The class description according to the TMS catalog:
A study of prolegomena, dealing with the essence and source of systematic theology, and reasons for its study; theology proper, including revelation, trinitarianism, and God’s relation to the universe; and bibliology, emphasizing inspiration and inerrancy.Some of the Required Texts:
- Wayne Grudem, Systematic Theology
- John Feinberg, No One Like Him
- James White, The King James Only Controversy
- Bruce Ware, God’s Lesser Glory
Video lectures for TH 605: Theology I
- Lecture 1
- Lecture 2
- Lecture 3
- Lecture 4
- Lecture 5
- Lecture 6
- Lecture 7
- Lecture 8
- Lecture 9
- Lecture 10
- Lecture 11
- Lecture 12
- Lecture 13
- Lecture 14
- Lecture 15
- Lecture 16
- Lecture 17
- Lecture 18
- Lecture 19
- Lecture 20
- Lecture 21
- Lecture 22
- Lecture 23
- Lecture 24
- Lecture 25
- Lecture 26
- Lecture 27