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  • Exploring Christian Theology: Discussion Forum by: Dr. Richard L. Pratt, Jr.
    A companion video to lesson 2 of the same series that asks the following questions:
    • What is tradition?
    • Which traditions are good?
    • Why is theology a form of tradition?
    • How can we distinguish what the Bible teaches from what we believe it teaches?
    • Should churches try to balance orthodoxy, orthopraxis and orthopathos?
    • Should orthodoxy, orthopraxis and orthopathos all be emphasized in the local church?
    • What's wrong with theology being bound by tradition?
    • Should we avoid rationalism?
    • Why do we need to be aware of ourselves if the goal of theology is objective truth?
    • Are these lessons designed to convert students to a particular tradition?
    • Is it possible for different denominations to benefit from each other?
    • What are the five solas of the Reformation?
    • How do creeds and confessions relate to the solas?
    • Do the solas of the Reformation ignore the Father and the Holy Spirit?
    • If justification is by faith alone, why does the Bible emphasize good works?
    • If everything should be done for God's glory, where does our glorification fit?
    • How can the Old and New Testaments be unified when they look so different?
    • Is the New Testament more relevant to us than the Old Testament?
    • Does the Bible emphasize God's transcendence over his immanence?
    • Does the modern church need to hear more about God's transcendence or his immanence?
    • How much of the world's culture should the church try to transform?
    • Why does the modern church have a hard time trying to transform culture?
    • Is Christian theology defined as what Christians believe?
    • Is there a core set of beliefs that all Christians can affirm?
    • How much theological diversity is acceptable?
    • Why are some religions closer to Christianity than others are?
    • Do believers sometimes suppress the truth that God has revealed?

    Lesson 2 of the course: Building Your Theology
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    Topic: Introduction to Theological Studies
  • Diachronic Developments in the Old Testament: Discussion Forum by: Dr. Richard L. Pratt, Jr.
    A companion video to lesson 3 of the same series that asks the following questions:
    • What is the difference between "diachronic" and "synchronic"?
    • Do we start with synchronic or diachronic analysis?
    • Does synchronic or diachronic analysis have priority over the other?
    • Did biblical authors ever use synchronic and diachronic approaches at the same time?
    • Why does the theology of the Bible change?
    • How do we reconcile God s sovereignty with theological development in the Bible?
    • Do theological developments ever occur simply because God changes his mind?
    • Do all biblical theologians divide the Bible according to covenants?
    • Besides matching epochs to covenants, how else do biblical theologians divide the Bible?
    • Why did God establish so many covenants?
    • What does the multiplicity of covenants teach us about God's character?
    • Are there both conditional and unconditional covenants?
    • Are some covenants more conditional than others?
    • Is the new covenant conditional?
    • How do we fulfill our covenant obligations under the new covenant?
    • What is the difference between epochal and topical development?
    • What are the dangers of a topical approach to Scripture?
    • What is the proper way to use typology in studies of Scripture?
    • Is it always necessary to look for types of Christ when we study the Old Testament?
    • Is a type a figure of speech?
    • What are the elements of a type?
    • How do types depend on and reflect theological development?

    Lesson 3 of the course: Building Biblical Theology
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    Manuscript: Word
    Topics: Introduction to Theological Studies, Biblical Theology
  • What is Biblical Theology? Discussion Forum by: Dr. Richard L. Pratt, Jr.
    A companion video to lesson 1 of the same series that asks the following questions:
    • What is the difference between systematic theology and biblical theology?
    • Which is more important: systematic theology or biblical theology?
    • Do systematic theology and biblical theology inform each other?
    • Does biblical theology reflect the content and priorities of the Bible?
    • Why do biblical theologians focus on extraordinary acts of God?
    • How might biblical theology make use of an ordinary act of God?
    • Do Christians always reformulate theology in response to culture?
    • Is it dangerous to reformulate theology in response to culture?
    • What is the difference between critical and evangelical biblical theology?
    • Why do critical biblical theologians value Heilsgeschichte or redemptive history?
    • Why is it important to realize that the Bible records actual history?
    • How can we prove that the Bible records true history?
    • How did Hodge's view of evangelical biblical theology differ from Warfield's view?
    • What was Vos' view of evangelical biblical theology?
    • If we focus entirely on Jesus and redemptive history, what might we miss?
    • Why are both act and word revelation important?
    • How is act revelation "radial" and "ambiguous"?
    • How do epochal shifts correspond to periods of increased revelation?
    • Doesn't God constantly provide revelation?
    • How should shifts in revelation influence modern application?
    • How is the history of revelation "organic"?

    Lesson 1 of the course: Building Biblical Theology
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    Manuscript: Word
    Topics: Introduction to Theological Studies, Biblical Theology

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