Reading Seminar in Systematic Theology – THEO 908

CG • Section 8WK • 07/01/2018 to 12/31/2199 • Modified 07/27/2021

Course Description

The purpose of this reading seminar is to provide a base-line of readings in systematic theology focusing on reading classic texts significant to or exemplary of systematic theology. Students will read about thirty books and treatises, reading both scholarly and popular work throughout the history of the church. Students will evaluate, critique, and write critical reviews of assigned works evaluating, comparing and synthesizing their respective contribution to the development of the discipline and relation to contemporary evangelical theological concerns.  (Topic to be determined prior to the course listing and with the approval of the School of Divinity administration, the director of the PhD in Theology and Apologetics program, and the professor assigned to the course).

Rationale, prerequisites, materials list, measurable learning outcomes, required assignments, grading for assignments, and calendar will be determined by the professor. For more information, please contact the School of Divinity, the director of the PhD in Theology and Apologetics program, or the professor at the following e-mail:

For information regarding prerequisites for this course, please refer to the Academic Course Catalog.



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