Theology
As the lead pastor of Colorado Community Church, Robert Gelinas '99, serves the vibrant multi-cultural, interdenominational community of 3000+ followers of Christ in the Denver Area.

Theology

"Of all the knowledge we can ever obtain, the knowledge of God, and the knowledge of ourselves are the most important."
  - Jonathan Edwards, American preacher, theologian, and missionary (1703-1758)

The Theology degree at Colorado Christian University builds a biblical and theological foundation essential for students who feel called to vocational ministry and/or graduate study. Because all Christians benefit from an informed theological education, even if you're entering another professional field, you can benefit from this major. The Theology program is designed to help you think deeply about faith within a community of Christian professors and students.

Theology in the Christian University

As a Theology major or minor at CCU, you'll look closely at how Christianity engages the culture around us, and how you can use your faith to address our world's toughest issues. You'll explore Christian doctrine and how it developed; you'll discover why you believe what you believe. You'll develop abilities and virtues that will affect your everyday life and prepare you for your calling and career.

3+1 Dual Degree Program

Interested in earning both your Bachelor of Arts in Theology and your Master of Arts in Theological Studies in only four years? A rigorous and accelerated academic path, students accepted in the 3+1 Dual Degree program complete their B.A. in Theology in three years, then complete their M.A. in Theological Studies in their fourth year through the College of Adult and Graduate Studies. Traditional undergraduate students interested in the 3+1 Dual Degree program must work with their academic advisor beginning in their first year to plan their course schedule and complete all bachelor’s degree requirements in the first three years. See the academic catalog for more information on dual degree program requirements.

Course Catalog
Interesting Theology classes you might take:
  • Acts and Pauline Literature
  • Old Testament Poetry and Wisdom
  • The Synoptic Gospels
What can you do with a degree in Theology ?
  • Author
  • Missionary
  • Non-profit work
  • Pastor
  • Professor

Spotlight

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Michael Plato

Assistant Professor of Intellectual History and Christian Thought
School of Theology

I believe Christian academics are called to be modern "men of Issachar" (1 Chron. 12:32), who understand the times so that they may better instruct others.
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Contact Info

Undergraduate Admissions

Phone: 303-963-3200

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Email: ccuadmissions@ccu.edu