Learning theology can be confusing, all the more so with the bizarre terminology often used. So, here is a guide to some of the terms and their possible meanings (tongue firmly in cheek):
Soteriology - learning how to make fried potatoes
Eschatology - 1. the study of automated stairs, 2. learning how to speak posh at the races (Ascott)
Justification - the reason why none of my behaviour really matters...
Atonement - (pronounced a-tone-ment) how to be theologically discordant
Christology - the study of pretty, shiny rocks
Hermeneutics - the art of making the Bible mean whatever you want it to
Ethics - a county in southern England
Canonical criticism - sizing up the opposition's guns
Heresy - 1. A 5-piece pop band, 2. second-hand information
Hypostasis - staying still too long
Immutability - unfortunately, you can't stop them talking
Impeccability - impersonating woodpeckers
Sovereignty - a very posh cup of tea
I hope that helps you on your quest for theological knowledge. If I've missed out any important ones that you're still stuck on, do let me know.