Theological skill: the ability to reason theologically.
Theological content: knowledge of the key concepts, thinkers, and movements in Christian theology.
Argumentation: the ability to marshal resources (theological, philosophical, scientific) to make a theological argument.
Interpretation: the ability to read complex texts, to dissect those texts, and to understand them. Further, the ability to critique the arguments found in those texts.
Written presentation: the ability to compose a paper that is well-structured, grammatically correct, and persuasive.
Oral presentation: the ability to articulate an argument orally, and to answer questions about one’s argument.