SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY I:
God, Humanity & the World.
Systematic Theology is offered in two parts - Systematic Theology I and Systematic Theology II. This course aims to introduce the doctrines of Bibleology, Theology Proper, and the Trinity as well as the doctrines of Christology, Application of Redemption,Prayer, and Eschatology.
THIS COURSE WILL EXPLORE:
This module introduces students to the subject of systematic theology, critiquing the purpose of theology and its relationship to the Christian worldview. Students will develop the skills needed to engage with the subject while considering the doctrines of Bibleology, Theology Proper, and the Trinity.
LECTURER: DR. RICHARD GOODWIN
ACADEMIC DIRECTOR OF TEACHING AND LEARNING
PhD in Theology, MA in Theology, BCS
Richard Goodwin began teaching at Pathways in 2014. He is currently also Adjunct Assistant Professor of Theology and Culture at Fuller Theological Seminary in Los Angeles. He earned a PhD in Theology (Otago) and an MA in Theology (Fuller). His doctoral thesis explored the intersection of faith and movies, and he is interested in the ways Christians engage the wider culture, especially with respect to the arts and pop culture. Prior to theological study, Richard served as a youth pastor for seven years at Raleigh Street Christian Centre in Cambridge.