2023-2024 Catalog


REL-424 Christian Theology II: Advanced Soteriology

An intensive study of soteriology, including the doctrines of sin, prevenient grace, justification, sanctification, and glorification are presented in this course. Foundations presented include trinitarian, biblical, historical, and practical perspectives. Students will examine the meaning of God's holiness, mutual relationships within the Trinity, and divine-human fellowship. Students will explore God's purpose for the practice of holy living in one's cultural context and our ultimate conformity to Christ. The Wesleyan Arminian tradition will provide the theological framework for this course. Students will examine other theological views from this perspective. Prerequisite: REL-233, REL-232, or THE-201. Students receiving credit in this course may not receive credit for THE-333.




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