Theology and Exegesis Study of the Book of Romans: Session 2
Theology and Exegesis Study of the Book of Romans will study this great book with a view to hone our skills as Biblical exegetes and theologians. And that with a view that we may be better Christians, and servants of Christ wherever He has you serving. A careful study of the assigned text will be required for each class. Then class time will be a guided discussion through the text and through the theological issues in the text. We will be learning from each other. At times we will focus on an aspect of systematic theology that the text may address. The aim is that each participant will become more skilled and knowledgeable in the areas of Biblical exegesis, systematic theology, and Biblical theology. Various tools will be introduced that will deepen your study of the Scriptures.
Course Instructor: Todd Jaussen
Course Sessions: 7
Session Dates: September 14, 2016 - December 28, 2016
Note: Most sessions in this course consisted of an open round-table type discussion of materials that were originally presented outside of class time, therefore the audio recording may not be available in a suitable format.