Cornerstone College of Virginia

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At Cornerstone, I am able to take courses at cheaper tuition rates than other colleges. Plus, the professors are very friendly and every class feels personal.

Daniel Gowaty CCV Student

I loved taking the Biblical Counseling course last semester. All-in-all, that was one of my favorite courses that I have taken.

Caedryn McKenna CCV Student

Professor Jay quickly became a favorite professor of mine for his similar sense of humor compared to mine, but also his love for helping others in cultivating their own sound theology.

Daniel Milam CCV Student

One of my favorite parts about CCV is the community. I am always excited to come to class because everyone is so friendly and I know my presence is appreciated.

John Velleco CCV Student

If you're on the fence about coming to Cornerstone, then I say just do it! You'll end up having a great time and coming out of it with a degree that will help you no matter what you go into.

Scarlett Sizemore CCV Student


    Systematic Theology 1

    (TH 101) Enrollment details:

    • On-Campus, Online, or Hy-Flex.
    • 8-Week Course or 16-week Course.
    • Materials Required.

    Course Description:

    A study of the church’s doctrinal teaching based on Scripture. Systematic theology deals with the doctrines of the church. It seeks to understand how the biblical message gives rise to a coherent set of teachings that are used as a foundation for further study and reflection. The aim is to see how these teachings converge into a single body of truth which can be used to define what is right conduct in accordance with God’s Word. Topics include the Doctrine of the Word of God, the Doctrine of God, the Doctrine of Man, and the Doctrine of Christ.

    (TH 131) Enrollment details:

    • On-Campus or Online
    • 8-Week Course.
    • Materials Required.

    Course Description:

    Contemporary Theology is an introductory survey of the major theological figures and movements of the last 200 years. The course critically examines each movement in light of its relationship with biblical inspiration, authority, and inerrancy. Students evaluate how contemporary thinkers approach key issues such as revelation and inspiration, miracles, sin and redemption through Christ, God’s sovereignty over creation, and human responsibility.