Glossary for Lessons 1-3
Glossary for lessons 1-3. SCROLL DOWN to review key names and terms. You may also search for a term by clicking on its first letter below.
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Used to describe a quality of thinking where we recognize various degrees of confidence in certain beliefs
In theology, it means the study of the doctrine of man.
The doctrine of Christ
Respectful submission to the judgment of another
Name of city in Holland where a synod debated the Arminian controversy and decided in favor of the Five Points of Calvinism
The doctrine of the church
Doctrine of the end times
The process of extracting the proper interpretation of a passage of Scripture
Word used to describe the kind of revelation that comes to all of humanity through nature and history
The study of the proper interpretation of Scripture
Last name of famous theologian from Princeton (1797-1879). First name: Charles. Wrote Systematic Theology.
Reformed Christians persecuted in France during reformation
The Holy Spirit’s work in giving insight into special revelation
Attribute of God, referring to His closeness to man, especially His kindness, mercy, love, tenderness, patience, and presence
Last name of Scottish reformer
Greek word (transliteration) for the science, doctrine, or study of something. It also means "word."
Last name of theologian that expressed five different positions regarding the relationship between Christians and culture
Referring to the mind, this term is used to categorize the intellectual effects of sin.
Right or straight thinking
Right or correct feelings or emotions
Right behavior or practice
In theology, it is the doctrine of the Holy Spirit.
Quality of affecting each other mutually.
Calvinistic school of theology, with emphasis on transcendency of God, unity of Scripture, and transformation of culture
God's communication of truth to man.
The doctrine of salvation
Name given to revelation that is for only certain segments of humanity, and that is especially for the purpose of revealing Christ
Greek word for "God" (transliteration)
First name of famous theologian from Aquinas who lived during the Middle Ages (1225-1274). He is considered a key theologian by Roman Catholics. Wrote Summa Theologica.
Attribute of God, referring to His superiority to man, especially His eternality, immutability, sovereignty, aseity, omnipotence, and omnipresence