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Last week we explored sola Scriptura and its importance to Protestants.  If you missed the series, it’s well worth having a look to find out what it really means and how it came to be.

In one post, I alluded briefly to seminary courses in systematic theology.  What follows are two short yet informative videos which explain what systematic theology is and what coursework is involved.  The presenter is Dr Richard L Pratt Jr, founder and President of Third Millennium Ministries as well as their Professor of the Old Testament.

The first video covers the reasons why systematic theology is so important and how it relies on sola Scriptura:

The second video discusses what comprises systematic theology and why:

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