Theological Education


The word “theology” comes from two Greek words that combined mean “the study of God.” Christian theology is simply an attempt to understand God as He is revealed in the Bible. No theology will ever fully explain God and His ways because God is infinitely and eternally higher than we are. Therefore, any attempt to describe Him will fall short (Romans 11:33-36). However, God does want us to know Him insofar as we are able, and theology is the art and science of knowing what we can know and understand about God in an organized and understandable manner. Some people try to avoid theology because they believe it is divisive. Properly understood, though, theology is uniting. Proper, biblical theology is a good thing; it is the teaching of God's Word (2 Timothy 3:16-17).

The study of theology, then, is nothing more than digging into God’s Word to discover what He has revealed about Himself. When we do this, we come to know Him as Creator of all things, Sustainer of all things, and Judge of all things. He is the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and end of all things. When Moses asked who was sending him to Pharaoh, God replied “I AM WHO I AM” (Exodus 3:14). The name I AM indicates personality. God has a name, even as He has given names to others. The name I AM stands for a free, purposeful, self-sufficient personality. God is not an ethereal force or cosmic energy. He is the almighty, self-existing, self-determining Being with a mind and a will—the “personal” God who has revealed Himself to humanity through His Word, and through His Son, Jesus Christ.

To study theology is to get to know God in order that we may glorify Him through our love and obedience. Notice the progression here: we must get to know Him before we can love Him, and we must love Him before we can desire to obey Him. As a byproduct, our lives are immeasurably enriched by the comfort and hope He imparts to those who know, love, and obey Him. Poor theology and a superficial, inaccurate understanding of God will only make our lives worse instead of bringing comfort and hope we long for. Knowing about God is crucially important. We are cruel to ourselves if we try to live in this world without knowing about God. The world is a painful place, and life in it is disappointing and unpleasant. Reject theology and you doom yourself to life with no sense of direction. Without theology, we waste our lives and lose our souls.

All Christians should be consumed with theology—the intense, personal study of God—in order to know, love, and obey the One with whom we will joyfully spend eternity.


The current state of the church (Body of Christ) has fallen into Galatian's mentality. Many churches have watered-down the Gospel, pursued a seeker-friendly atmosphere to increase their numbers and focus on feel good topical sermons which has created a church body of self-deceived professing "Christians" who know very little about the Bible and know next to nothing about who God is, the depravity of man and the rich, profound truths of God's Word. We also see this type of either watered-down teaching or outright false teaching being exported to other nations by missionaries and "evangelist" corrupting the beautiful truths of the Gospel with unbiblical interpretations, emotionalism, word and faith false doctrines, outright heresies and further distancing their teachings from the inerrant and sufficient Word of God, the Bible.

We are called to share not our biblical interpretations, not a denomination biblical interpretation but teach what the Bible actually says while understanding that there are many subjects in the bible which are a mystery but because of our faith in Jesus Christ and the sovereignty of our awesome God we trust in His word, even in the areas which are difficult for humans to understand. Because of our fear of God and love of His word, we carefully teach undisputable truths of the Bible in order to glorify God and bring man to a deeper understanding of Him allowing the Holy Spirit to regenerate souls to bring them to repentance and salvation.

The Hope Movement produces materials and teaches using a systematic theology approach. “Systematic” refers to something being put into a system. Systematic theology is, therefore, the division of theology into systems that explain its various areas. For example, many books of the Bible give information about the angels. No one book gives all the information about the angels. Systematic theology takes all the information about angels from all the books of the Bible and organizes it into a system called angelology. That is what systematic theology is all about—organizing the teachings of the Bible into categorical systems.

Theology Proper or Paterology is the study of God the Father. Christology is the study of God the Son, the Lord Jesus Christ. Pneumatology is the study of God the Holy Spirit. Bibliology is the study of the Bible. Soteriology is the study of salvation. Ecclesiology is the study of the church. Eschatology is the study of the end times. Angelology is the study of angels. Christian Demonology is the study of demons from a Christian perspective. Christian Anthropology is the study of humanity. Hamartiology is the study of sin. Systematic theology is an important tool in helping us to understand and teach the Bible in an organized manner.

The Hope Movement along with preaching the Gospel and teaching theology in churches, conferences, seminars and outreach missions, we also preach and teach through our online broadcast in various languages, which have been watched by hundreds of people around the world.​​