SYS 502 – Systematic Theology 2
(Westminster Confession of Faith
SYS 502 – Systematic Theology 2 (WCF 6-9), a 4 credit hour course of studies in the Masters programs of Reformation International Theological Seminary.
Course Description: 4 credit hours.
This course is designed to continue the systematic study of biblical truth as it is confessed in chapters 6 through 9 of the Westminster Confession of Faith (1647 Original Edition). This includes the study of The Fall of Man, Of Sin, and of the Punishment Thereof, of God’s Covenant with Man, of Christ the Mediator, and of Free Will.
Required materials for the course (see below for more information and purchase)
SYS 502 – Course Payment – Systematic Theology 2 – WCF 6-9 –
(4 credit hours)
This covers the tuition payment for this 4 credit hour course.
LECTURES: Systematic Theology Lectures and Detailed Outlines
These lectures are by Rev. Dr. Carl Bogue (39 lectures) through the entire Westminster Confession of Faith. This particular series covers chapters 6 through 9 including the study of The Fall of Man, Of Sin, and of the Punishment Thereof, of God’s Covenant with Man, of Christ the Mediator, and of Free Will. He uses the original Westminster Confession of 1647. Along with the lectures, we also include a very detailed outline which essentially eliminates the vast majority of note-taking. An optional word-for-word transcript is also available (see details below).
The audio lectures are in an MP3 format and are available by download. The detailed outlines in password protected PDF files are viewable or printable from any computer.
Systematic Theology by Louis Berkhof
This one book will be used throughout all of the Systematic Theology courses (1-4) and need only be purchased once. This book has the same description as that found in SYS 502
Westminster Confession of Faith (plus Catechisms & complete Standards) by Westminster Assembly
If you do not have your copy of these original Westminster Confession and Catechisms (in contrast to the various American versions), it would be wise to get this book. It is used throughout all of the Systematic Theology courses (1-4) and need only be purchased once. This book has the same description as that found in SYS 501
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