Systematic Theology

Systematic theology seeks a conceptual exposition of Christian claims found throughout Scripture, in which interrelations between doctrines are traced out and the results are often ordered logically by topic. It builds itself on exegesis, biblical theology, and historical theology. Systematic theology ultimately has two topics: (1) God, and (2) everything else in relation to God. Its primary topic is God’s inner life and its secondary topic is everything else. It studies the latter by studying a particular subject as it relates back to God.

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The Glory of His Gift

February 16, 2018
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The Matter and Manner of Christian Theology

February 09, 2018
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John Webster and the Joy of Theology

February 02, 2018
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Aquinas and the Doctrine of God

January 19, 2018
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On Curiosity and Studiousness

December 15, 2017
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The Intellectual Life of the Redeemed

November 17, 2017
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Two Distributive Doctrines

October 27, 2017
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A Defense of Divine Simplicity

October 20, 2017
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Is Theology Possible?

September 29, 2017
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God the Son

July 31, 2017
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God the Father

July 24, 2017
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Distinctions of Divine Persons

July 17, 2017
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An Introduction to the Trinity

July 10, 2017
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Theology Aids Praise

July 03, 2017
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Divine Simplicity (Part II)

June 26, 2017
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Divine Simplicity (Part I)

June 19, 2017
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Divine Infinitude

June 12, 2017
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Divine Impassibility

June 05, 2017
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Divine Immutability

May 29, 2017
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Divine Aseity

May 22, 2017