Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Systematic Theology: Class Resources

Course Resources

Course Syllabus: (updated Jan. 30)
Raiford Road Church Library Catalog:

Supplementary Readings

Required Readings

R. C. Sproul, “What Is Theology?”
Kevin DeYoung, “The Doctrine of the Trinity: No Christianity Without It”
Ronald Nash, “The Case Against Open Theism”
Douglas Kelley, “Creation: Foundational Doctrine of Scripture”
Bruce Ware, “Summaries of the Egalitarian and Complementarian Positions”
Matt Perman, “How Can Jesus Be God and Man?”
Leon Morris, “Theories of the Atonement”

Recommended Readings

Theopedia, “List of God’s Known Attributes”

Kevin DeYoung, “Tis Mystery All, the Immortal Dies: Why the Gospel of Christ’s Suffering is More Glorious Because God Does Not Suffer” 

John Piper, “Biblical Texts to Show God’s Zeal for His Own Glory”


Danny Akin, “Should every Christian study theology?”

Wayne Grudem, on systematic theology

Kevin DeYoung, “The Clarity of Scripture”
This is a one-hour talk on the clarity of Scripture. DeYoung is a great communicator: clear, convictional, helpful, and funny.

Don Carson, “The Aseity of God”

Lecture Audio

2/1 – The Authority and Inerrancy of Scripture
2/8 – The Clarity, Necessity, and Sufficiency of Scripture
2/22 – The Existence and Incommunicable Attributes of God
2/29 – The Communicable Attributes of God, Open Theism, Free Will
3/7 – The Trinity
3/14 – Creation

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