Богословский курс Сильвестра Кулябки в Киево-Могилянской академии (1741–1745) и влияние на него лютеранской схоластики.
Courses of theology, which were taught in Kiyv-Mohyla college/academy, are more or less compilations. Parts of theological course, which Sylvester Kulabka taught 1739-45, are not an exception. What was special was that Kulabka as a teacher of theology closely followed his sources. Kulabka taught parts of the second half of theological course in 1739-41 and then the whole course in 1741-45. For second half of that course (1743-45) Kulabka used his lectures taught in 1739-41. The latter in turn were based on the second half of theological course, which was taught in Kiyv academy by Joseph Wolczanskj in 1721-25. The part about the law of God, which was taught by Kulabka in academic year 1743/4 and which is not found neither in the first course (1739-41) nor in the course of Wolczanskj, was based on one part of theological course by Hilario Lievicki in 1725-29. Kulabka considerably changed the design of parts of the theological course, which he taught in 1743/4, and added some chapters not present in his lectures of 1739/40. These changes seem to have been influenced by the manual of Lutheran theologian Mattias Hafenreffer.