Reformed Theological Seminary - systematic theology
Systematic theology is the discipline of seeking to understand what Scripture teaches about various topics. Systematic theology has historically been organized around various 'loci communes' or common topics, including theology proper (the study of God), anthropology (the study of man), Christology (the study of Jesus Christ, ecclesiology (the study of the Church), and eschatology (the study of the last things). RTS approaches this study with a commitment to the bible and with diligent interaction with both the historical and present community of faith. Systematic theology is an important tool for applying the teaching of the Word of God to situations that are not directly discussed in Scripture. At RTS, you can study with world class professors of systematic theology like John Frame and Doug Kelly.

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