InMinistry MAPMin Class

CHIS 674 - Development of SDA Theology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Professor: Jerry Moon
Date: Nov 4-7, 2013
Location: Southeastern California Conference Office

 

Course Description:

Upon successful completion of this course the student will:
1.  Know the historical theological development of major SDA doctrines
2.  Understand the various stages of Adventist theology since its inception
3.  Be familiar with the historical context that gave rise to Adventist theology
4.  Provide an understanding of the contemporary theology tensions in Adventism in light of their historical roots

Upon successful completion of this course the student will:
1.  Learn the Adventist hermeneutics that undergirds its theology
2.  Read, understand and critique primary sources of Adventist theology
3.  Research, evaluate and analyze major theological ideas of Adventism.

Upon successful completion of this course the student will:
1.  Foster an attitude towards Adventism that is both courteous and critical.
2.  Value the significance of Adventist theology to the mission of the church.
3.  Appreciate the work of the founders of Adventism and their role in establishing the theology of the church
4.  Commit to emulate the spirit of the founders of Adventism in advancing the work of Gospel.

 

Class Resources:

    Reservation Form
    Syllabus
    Location Information


Attendee List:

  1. Rob Benardo
  2. Shawna Campbell
  3. Stephen Constantine
  4. Stew Harty
  5. Jonathan Hayasaka
  6. Michael Henry
  7. Margaret Howell
  8. Jorge Larrondo
  9. Tim McMillen 
  10. Elbert Moralde
  11. Elizabeth A. Parent
  12. Joelle Reuer
  13. Valencio Robinson
  14. Maxim Safonov (MDiv Equivalency)
  15. Philip Tse
  16. Edward Urbina 

 

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