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Activism
The use of direct, often confrontational action, such as a demonstration or strike, in opposition to or support of a cause.
Angelology
Doctrine of angels and demons
Anthropology
Doctrine of Humanity
Antinomianism
belief that the Gospel frees Christians from required obedience to any law, whether scriptural, civil, or moral, and that salvation is attained solely through faith and the gift of divine grace.
Apologetics
The defence of the truthfulness of the Christian faith for the purpose of convincing unbelievers
biblical Theology
Study restricted to Bible alone, examining a portion of scripture. Looks at doctrine as developed over time.
Biblicism
The final authority of Scripture over faith and practice. An emphasis on the study and devotional use of the Bible
Bibliology
Doctrine of Scripture
Catechetics
Instructing the people of God
Charismatic Movement
1960’s and 1970’s Pentecostal teaching and experiences introduced into most protestant churches
Contextualisation
To place something(a word or idea, for example) in a particular context.
Conversionism
Personal new birth experience
Cosmological Argument
Is an argument that the universe demands the admission of an adequate external cause which is God
Crucicentrism
The centrality of Jesus Christ and the cross to faith
Dogma
From the Greek word "dogma" (a decree). A revealed truth defined by a faith group. It is important to realize that one group's dogma is often another group's heresy.