Doctrine of Salvation

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Doctrine of Salvation

Details

Number of Lessons: 24Avg. Lesson Length: 43 MinutesTime Required: 34 Hours MinimumLevel: Advanced

Description

“Sirs, what must I do to be saved?” No question is more important or more debated than this one posed by the Philippian jailer. This course presents a critical and historical overview of the message, plan, and components of salvation. The lectures trace each element of the salvation process, from God’s decree to our final glorification and union with Christ. Topics such as the order of salvation, the nature of justification, and the possibility of perfection are given in-depth treatment. The course emphasizes a Reformed view of salvation, while offering fair treatment to all sides.

This course is part of our Legacy Series of courses from renowned scholars over several decades.

Professor

ProfessorRoger R. Nicole, PhD, ThD (1915-2010)
  • Wheaton College, DD
  • Harvard University, PhD
  • Gordon Divinity, STM and ThD
  • Paris-Sorbonne University in Paris, France, MA
  • Gordon Divinity, BD
  • Gymnasie Classique in Lausanne, Switzerland, AB

Objectives

  1. Understand and define the key terms used in the discussion of soteriology.
  2. Explain the Reformed perspective on this process as it relates to our predestination, justifcation, sanctifcation, and glorifcation.
  3. Interact with alternative viewpoints and offer arguments which support both sides of various issues.
  4. Understand the study of soteriology within its historical context.

Activities

Study GuideAudio LecturesTranscriptsCourse Assessment