Week 5 - Week 5 ASSIGNMENTS 1 Due Sunday Historical Theology\"Reformation Soteriology post 2 Due Sunday Journal Article Critique 2 3 Due Sunday Exam 2

Week 5 - Week 5 ASSIGNMENTS 1 Due Sunday Historical...

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Week 5 ASSIGNMENTS: 1) Due Sunday: Historical Theology, "Reformation Soteriology" post. 2) Due Sunday: Journal Article Critique 2 3) Due Sunday: Exam 2 Overview How should we never think of God without a holy admiration of His greatness, and a deep sense of our own littleness! And as the angels cover their faces before Him, with what awe should creeping worms come into His sight! and since God fills heaven and earth with His presence, we should fill heaven and earth with His glory; for this end He created angels to praise Him in heaven, and men to worship Him on earth, that places He fills with his presence may be filled with his praise. Stephen Charnock ( The Existence and Attributes of God , vol. 1), 395-96 Why should I study historical theology? How would this aid me in my personal study today? The study of historical theology can help you understand the major theological developments of each historical period, how the church has influenced theology over the centuries, and even note when the church was errant in doctrine. Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this module, you will be able to: Identify the major periods of historical theology. Recognize the major theological developments of each historical period. Evaluate Enns’ assessment of Calvinism (Reformed) and Arminianism on the select topics of atonement and faith and works.

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