Systematic theology declares that God is God: sovereign, all-powerful, all-wise, and all-knowing, ordaining and decreeing from eternity all that is; that therefore there is no unrealised possibility or potentiality in God. Only with this kind of God is systematic theology possible. Wherever faith in the sovereignty of God weakens, so also systematic theology. Systematic … [Read more...]
This teaching stream explores Christian Theology.
Because God created all that is, everything coheres in him. Therefore, God's truth – reality – is a unity-in-diversity, a system. Each part integrates with the other, forming a unified whole, thus, the Christian belief-system and what is called 'Systematic Theology'. Get one part wrong and it effects the whole.
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A Systematic Christian Theology, grounded in the biblical data includes:
- End Things
The Trinitarian Theology of Jürgen Moltmann and Hans Urs von Balthasar: A Discussion & Comparison Moltmann and Balthasar each set out to provide contributions to Trinitarian theology that specifically grapple with the centrality of the cross. Even so, each yields different implications: Moltmann perceiving the cross as constituting God’s triunity, while Balthasar … [Read more...]