THE2023 Soteriology

The doctrine of salvation—the work of Christ in bringing lost humanity into fellowship with God—is the focus of Soteriology. This doctrine is treated in a logical progression, a kind of order of salvation. The study includes the doctrines of repentance, faith, conversion, regeneration, justification, adoption, sanctification, and prayer in the life of a Christian. The author carefully analyzes biblical passages relating to salvation and evaluates historical and contemporary views of salvation. The twelve lessons stress applying salvation truths personally and sharing them with others.
Prerequisite or sequence recommendation:
THE1042/3 Man and Sin
Materials required:
SG: Soteriology by Daniel Pecota
Textbook: The Doctrine of Salvation (2nd ed.) by Charles Horne
Textbook: Newborn by Harold M. Freligh
New International Version of the Bible