Theology: DIVISIONS OF THEOLOGY

Bibliology: A study of the Bible. (Comes from “biblos” meaning book.)

 

Theology Proper: A study of God. (Comes from “theos” and “logos” meaning God and expression.)

 

Christology: A study of Christ. (Comes from “Christos”)

 

Pneumatology: A study of the Holy Spirit. (Comes from “pneuma” meaning spirit.)

 

Hamartiology: A study of sin. (Comes from “Hamartia”)

 

Anthropology: A study of man. (Comes from “anthropos” meaning man.)

 

Soteriology: A study of salvation. (Comes from “soteria” meaning salvation.)

 

Angelology: A study of angels. (Comes from “angelos” meaning messenger.)

 

Ecclesiology: A study of the church. (Comes from “ecclesea” meaning assembly.)

 

Eschatology: A study of end times events. (Comes from “eschatos” meaning last.)[1]

 


[1] by Stanley L. Derickson. DERICKSON’S NOTES ON THEOLOGY: A STUDY BOOK IN THEOLOGY.

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