Alive in Christ: A Study of Salvation concerns the doctrine of salvation. It presents salvation as both the will and work of God that rest upon Christ’s atoning work. The course gives preliminary consideration to the grace of God as the source of salvation. It examines the biblical teaching on election and foreordination as background for consideration of the respective roles of God and humanity in salvation. The author takes care to avoid the extremes of emphasis on either God’s initiative or the initiative of humankind in the process and progress of salvation. Included in this study are the biblical teachings of repentance, faith, conversion, regeneration, justification, adoption, sanctification, and glorification.
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:1.Relate the respective roles of God and humanity in salvation.2.Put the logical steps of salvation in sequence.3.Explain the biblical basis for the assurance of salvation.4.Contrast the method of salvation presented in the Bible with any non-biblical approach.5.Appreciate more deeply the love, grace, and wisdom of God that is revealed in His salvation.
Mode of Study
•Lecture•Video•Student interaction•Hands on
•50 objective multiple choice questions•Online or pencil and paper•Passmark 70%
CHRISTIAN SERVICE IN THE
MQF Level 3 Qualification
30 ECTS Credits
Biblical Studies (Division)
6 ECTS Credits
•Tents, Temples, and Palaces•Alive in Christ•Understanding the Bible•Counselor, Teacher, and Guide•The Kingdom, The Power, and The Glory•Cornerstones of Truth