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By the end of the course students will: l. Have developed a working Christian doctrinal vocabulary that will support further study in theology and related disciplines. 2. Have grasped the vital connection between Christian doctrine, the Christian life, and the practice of Christian ministry. 2 3. Have been introduced to all the major areas in the study of Christian theology and doctrine, e.g., the doctrine of the Trinity, Christology, pneumatology or the doctrine of the Holy Spirit, ecclesiology or the doctrine of the Church, and the like. 4. Be able to articulate the distinctive doctrinal emphases of the Wesleyan- Arminian theological tradition, e.g., the doctrines of prevenient grace and entire sanctification. 5. Have further cultivated the worship and love of God with one's own mind and, as a result, have further developed intellectual and theological virtues that are distinctively Christian.
Asbury Theological Seminary
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