Faculty Profile

Dr. Elaine Elizabeth Belz

Adjunct Professor of Theology

Classes

SYS6000 Systematic Theological I: Thinking Theologically


2019 Fall/Theology Professor Elaine Elizabeth Belz Adjunct Professor of Theology Foundations in Systematic Theology I is the first of a two part course series. STI focuses on theological thinking in conversation in our traditoins, our local communities, and the broader world, while beginning to survey out the doctrinal and historical terrain. Systematic Theology II focuses on mapping doctrines and their histories, while continuing to develop the skills necessary for responsible, life-giving, and faithful theological thinking. Masters of Arts (Academic), Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry, Master of Divinity, Certificate in Theological Studies. REGISTER




SYS6100 Systematic Theology II: Doctrines


2020 Winter/Theology Professor Elaine Elizabeth Belz Adjunct Professor of Theology Systematic Theology II is the second of a two-part course series. Systematic Theology I focuses on theological thinking in conversation in our traditions, our local communities, and the broader world, while beginning to survey out the doctrinal and historical terrain. Systematic Theology II maps Christian doctrines and their histories in relation to contempoary theological conversations, while developing the skills necessary for responsible, life-giving, and faithful theological thinking. These courses can be taken in any order. Certificate in Theologicl Studies, Master of Arts (Academic), Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry, Master of Divinity REGISTER




SYS7005 Doctrines of Salvation


2020 Winter/Theology Professor Elaine Elizabeth Belz Adjunct Professor of Theology Master of Arts (Academic), Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry, Master of Divinity REGISTER




UM107 - Theology in Context


2017 Spring, 2018 Spring, 2019 Spring/Theology Professor Elaine Elizabeth Belz Adjunct Professor of Theology This course introduces the student to the complex world of theological thought and theory. The purpose of the course is to help the student learn how to do theology with his/her context in view. Urban Ministry Diploma REGISTER





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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