Practical Christian Theology
Christian studies[edit | edit source]
- Division of Christian Studies
- Department of Biblical Studies — includes topics like Ancient Hebrew and the Book of Genesis and Hermeneutics
- Department of Christian Apologetics — includes topics like a Defense of the Resurrection and Prophecies Fulfilled and the Inerrancy Project
- Department of Historical Christian Theology — includes topics like the Ante-Nicene Fathers and the Nicene Creed and the Reformation
- Department of Practical Christian Theology — includes topics like Preaching and Worship and Liturgy and Teaching Children
- Department of Systematic Christian Theology — includes topics like the Trinity and Christology and Predestination and Divine Grace
- Department of Traditional Christian Theology — includes topics that are relevant primarily to particular traditions
- Center for Eastern Orthodox Studies — includes topics like Gregory Palamas and Theosis
- Center for Roman Catholic Studies — includes topics like Pope Leo XIII and Thomism and Latin Rite Worship
- Center for Reformation Studies — includes topics like Peter Waldo and Calvinism and the 1646 London Baptist Confession
- Center for Restorational Studies — includes topics like Alexander Campbell and the Book of Mormon
Practical Christian Theology[edit | edit source]
This department is here to develop Christian theology learning resources through practical means. Many good and above average learning resources and Bible study tools have been created at Wikiversity. Our focus is two-fold: Content and community.
Content development[edit | edit source]
Like Wikipedia:WikiProject Christianity our job is to find, list, link, prioritize, categorize, and organize existing Wikiversity content.
Learning community development[edit | edit source]
As practical Christians, we know the importance of working together as a functioning team "forsaking not the assembly". We're not suggesting anything like the "Church of Wikiversity" but we would like to organize content developing groups (School:Theology, Portal:Christianity, etc.) into a communicationally integrated whole, thus practicing the core Christian principle of Koinonia. We should also work to establish a context of scholarly ethics, excellence and civility within Wikiversity:Culture as a community of practice.
Content development groups (School namespace): School:Theology, ...,
Content development groups (Topic namespace):
Participation[edit | edit source]
The core Christian principle of Koinonia involves participation.
Active participation[edit | edit source]
Please sign up here:
Merit system[edit | edit source]
Bible Tools[edit | edit source]
Learning resources[edit | edit source]
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- The Hope - A Story of God's Promise for All People - A video of God's promise of redemption.
- The Four Spiritual Laws - A simple gospel presentation.