The Trinity signifies the revelation of one God in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. This doctrine describes the faith in one God, whose creation called the world to existence and life, who revealed himself historically in the person of Jesus Christ, and who is present in and through the Holy Spirit. Even though the confession of faith in the Trinity belongs to the nonnegotiable foundations of the Christian faith, it is poorly understood by many contemporary Christians.
|DUE DATES READING ASSIGNMENTS||READING: DEC. 15th 2020|
FURTHER DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED
|DURATION||8 SESSION OF 5 HOURS + READING AND RESEARCH|
|COURSE NO./MODUL||BTH4D0503,/SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY|
|COURSE SCRIPT||DANIEL REINHOLD MA.|
|EXAM /ASSIGNMENT||FINAL EXAM (DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED)|
|CREDIT HOURS/LEVEL||4 BACHELOR|
|PROFESSOR||DANIEL REINHOLD MD.|
“Jesus proclaimed the kingdom of God, but what resulted was the Church.” This quote from the French theologian Alfred Loisy (1857-1940), draws the entire set of problems of the Church, as well as the theology of the church (Ecclesiology) to a sharp point.