Eric Carroll


Eric D. Carroll, MA Shepherd’s Staff Bible College: Vice-Chancellor Email: or ACADEMIC & TEACHING EXPERIENCE: Shepherd’s Staff Bible College Vice-Chancellor of SSBC May 2013 – Present Academic Dean and Professor of Theology and Biblical Studies Courses: Hermeneutics I & II The Holy Spirit in Theology Greek Exegesis Ethics in Christianity Hebrew Exegesis History of the Reformation Systematic Theology I & II History of the Early Church Old and New Testament Survey History of the Medieval Church PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION: Grand Canyon University Doctor of Education, enrolled as of July 2014 Organizational Leadership with an emphasis on Christian Ministry Azusa Pacific University Master of Arts Theological Studies, 2013 Thesis: The Openness View versus the Classical View of Theology Excelsior College Bachelor of Science, 2008 Liberal Arts focus in Business Management, History, Religious Studies, and Leadership.


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This course examines the history of interpretation and introduces the student to literary, form, and redaction criticism. The basic method presented is the inductive approach.

Course Objectives

  1. Acquire and demonstrate the principles of Systematic Theology
  2. Develop the skills associated with making observations
  3. Demonstrate use of theological resources
  4. Learn how to analyze various writings
  5. Acquire knowledge of the basic principles of various critical theologies, including open theism, platonism, pantheism, panentheism, polytheism, and monotheism
  6. Acquire and demonstrate the principles of writing apologetically in regards to the different views of theology

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