• A critical reading and study of the theological thought of the twentieth century with special emphasis on the theology of Neo-orthodoxy, Liberalism, Theology of Liberation, and Third World Theology. Critique and evaluation will be presented from an evangelical Reformed perspective.
  • The first part is a study and practice of the principle of Biblical interpretation with emphasis on the issues of analytic reading, contextual exegesis and exegetical fallacies in Biblical interpretation. The second part is a study covering an introduction to basic theological thought, canonicity, and the doctrine of Scripture. The development of theology and the theologians holding different views will also be analyzed and discussed.