Systematic theology

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that branch of theology of which the aim is to reduce all revealed truth to a series of statements that together shall constitute an organized whole.
- E. G. Robinson (Johnson's Cyc.).

See also: Systematic, Theology

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Reformed inmate Kim Ki-Sung, now a pastor and a mind specialist, said relapsing into criminal behavior can be curbed through proper learning of the bible and systematic theology if the rights skills are applied.
This year's volume contains 11 essays on systematic theology and Chinese humanities, practical theology in the Chinese context, church history in China, biblical and scriptural studies, comparative religious and cultural studies, and a review and academic report.
Crouse (who is Assistant Professor of Systematic theology at Knox Theological Seminary) completed at Wheaton College under the supervision of Daniel Treier.
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David Cramer's "Mennonite Systematic Theology in Retrospect and Prospect," which appeared in the Fall 2013 volume of The Conrad Grebel Review, has generated considerable debate about the history, future, and even possibility of "Mennonite Systematic Theology.
Systematic Theology is a special kind of address to the question of the nature and function of God that differs from Biblical Theology in its constructs and formulae.
Hegstead reconciles the invisible church of systematic theology with the visible church of empiricists and social scientists, showing that a sound theological interpretation of the church does not require the dichotomy.
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