Unity and DiversityDoing Theology in the Emerging Context         Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights reser...
Unity and Diversity How do we do theology in ouremerging context?  Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights rese...
Unity and Diversityemper reformand           “Always reforming”   This is the Reformation principle that Christian        ...
Unity and Diversity       Apostles’         CreedI believe in God the Father,Almighty, Maker of heaven          and earth ...
Unity and Diversity       Apostles’         Creed And in Jesus Christ, his only begotten Son, our           LordWho was co...
Unity and Diversity        Apostles’          Creed  He descended into the           graveThe third day he rose again     ...
Unity and Diversity       Apostles’         CreedFrom thence he shall cometo judge the quick and the            deadI beli...
Unity and Diversity     Apostles’       CreedThe resurrection of the          bodyAnd the life everlasting.        Amen. C...
Unity and DiversityUnity and Diversity     among the     Traditions   Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights r...
Unity and Diversity                Doctrine of Man and                Grace (fifth century)              Doctrine of Chris...
Unity and Diversity   Unity andDiversity among   ProtestantDenominations Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All right...
Unity and Diversity    Five “Solas” of the Protestant ReformationReformed         Sola           Sola          Sola Gratia...
Unity and Diversity                                             Doctrine of Scripture              Doctrine of Man and    ...
Unity and Diversity       Unity and        Diversity       among the         Sexes Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program....
Unity and Diversity       Unity and        Diversity       among the        Nations Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program...
Unity and Diversity  Unity and   Diversity  among the   Peoples Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights reserved.
Unity and DiversityLuke 8:5-18   Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights reserved.
Discussion Groups      Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights reserved.
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Intro to theology (ses 10)

  1. 1. Unity and DiversityDoing Theology in the Emerging Context Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights reserved.
  2. 2. Unity and Diversity How do we do theology in ouremerging context? Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights reserved.
  3. 3. Unity and Diversityemper reformand “Always reforming” This is the Reformation principle that Christian theology is always undergoing change, enhancement, and development. the Reformers understood that if theology was, at any point, thought to be solidified and one person’s, group’s, tradition’s, or denomination’sperspective was thought of to be “above all reproach” and, therefore, unable to be developed, the task of
  4. 4. Unity and Diversity Apostles’ CreedI believe in God the Father,Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights reserved.
  5. 5. Unity and Diversity Apostles’ Creed And in Jesus Christ, his only begotten Son, our LordWho was conceived by the Holy Ghost, born of the Virgin Mary Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights reserved.
  6. 6. Unity and Diversity Apostles’ Creed He descended into the graveThe third day he rose again from the dead He ascended intoheaven, and sits at the right Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights reserved.
  7. 7. Unity and Diversity Apostles’ CreedFrom thence he shall cometo judge the quick and the deadI believe in the Holy Ghost I believe a holy catholicchurch; the communion of Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights reserved.
  8. 8. Unity and Diversity Apostles’ CreedThe resurrection of the bodyAnd the life everlasting. Amen. Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights reserved.
  9. 9. Unity and DiversityUnity and Diversity among the Traditions Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights reserved.
  10. 10. Unity and Diversity Doctrine of Man and Grace (fifth century) Doctrine of Christ Definition of Chalcedon (451) Trinity (325) Doctrine of the Counsel of Nicea Atonement (eleventh (325) century)100 400 1100 1600 2000A.D. A.D. A.D. A.D. A.D.
  11. 11. Unity and Diversity Unity andDiversity among ProtestantDenominations Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights reserved.
  12. 12. Unity and Diversity Five “Solas” of the Protestant ReformationReformed Sola Sola Sola Gratia Sola Fide Sola deoUnderstandi Scriptura Christus GloriangMeaning The The work of Justification “Faith alone” All is done “Scripture “Christ is by means is the only for “God’s alone” alone” is the of God’s instrumental glory alone.” contains basis for “grace cause of primary justification. alone.” justification. authority to dictate the lives of believers.
  13. 13. Unity and Diversity Doctrine of Scripture Doctrine of Man and (sixteenth century) Grace (fifth century) Doctrine of Justification Doctrine of Christ (sixteenth century) Definition of Chalcedon (451) Trinity (325) Doctrine of the Counsel of Nicea Atonement (eleventh (325) century)100 400 1100 1600 2000A.D. A.D. A.D. A.D. A.D.
  14. 14. Unity and Diversity Unity and Diversity among the Sexes Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights reserved.
  15. 15. Unity and Diversity Unity and Diversity among the Nations Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights reserved.
  16. 16. Unity and Diversity Unity and Diversity among the Peoples Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights reserved.
  17. 17. Unity and DiversityLuke 8:5-18 Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights reserved.
  18. 18. Discussion Groups Copyright © 2004, The Theology Program. All rights reserved.

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