This class was tough.
This is a required course for all Liberty students. If you do not have much previous theology knowledge, I would take this class with a different professor.
Theology 201 focuses a lot on the trinity, which is a difficult doctrine to comprehend. The professor is truly passionate about the topics discussed in class and is open to chatting with students whenever possible. The main thing that I learned in this class is that there are a lot of things about modern day Christianity that we hear about in churches that are not biblical, but have become "tradition". The professor urged us to look to the Word of God for truth, not necessarily to people in authority.
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Advice for students:
Do not rely on the professor's power points to study, he uses them as references for himself during the lecture although he makes them available to students. Use the power points, but focus well in class and take good notes on what the professor says not necessarily on what the board says. Also, be sure to read through the required chapters of the textbook thoroughly, not only for the quizzes, but to understand the subject in general.