Here are the assignments to complete what begun as an HMP hybrid course on Systematic Theology I.

Required Readings:

González, Justo L. A Concise History of Christian Doctrine. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2010. Kindle:

Thielicke, Helmut. A Little Exercise for Young Theologians. Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1962. Kindle:

Recommended Resources:

Dyrness, William A. & Veli-Matti Karkkäinen, et. al. Global Dictionary of Theology. Grand Rapids, MI: IVP Academic, 2008. Kindle:

González, Justo L. Essential Theological Terms. Louisville: Westminster / John Knox Press, 2005. Kindle:ález-ebook/dp/B007R9VXRQ/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1509633853&sr=1-1&keywords=Essential+Theological+Terms.&dpID=41dS8%252BmhNAL&preST=_SY445_QL70_&dpSrc=srch


1. After reading Thielicke, write a 5 to 10 pages paper on what does it mean for you to do theology in your context, which is postcolonial, postmodern and post christian. How can a Pentecostal person of color do theology in today’s UK?

2. Read González. Pick one of the topics he develops in depth for a congregational study. Your topic may be: The Bible, Culture, God, The Human Being, Jesus Christ, The Church, The Sacraments, Salvation, Tradition or Hope (Eschatology). Present the Bible Study to your congregation and send me either a 10 pages Study Guide or a PowerPoint Presentation with a minimum of 30 slides. If you record your congregational presentation in audio or video, please send it too.

Papers should be typed, double-spaced, 12 point font (Times, New Roman, Helvetica or Arial). Please, identify all sources with footnotes.

Deadlines for both papers: January 31, 2018.

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