Readings in Soteriology
Jan. 9, 30; Feb. 27; Mar. 27; Apr. 24 (10:00a–12:00p)
Readings in Soteriology is a research seminar dedicated to special issues concerning the biblical doctrine of salvation. As a result of reading, research, writing, presentation, peer-review, and class discussion, the student will be able to 1) summarize significant themes in the doctrine of salvation; 2) explain the role and significance of key literary contributions to the doctrine of salvation; 3) evaluate opposing positions regarding select issues in the doctrine of salvation; 4) formulate theological responses to select questions in the doctrine of salvation; and 5) correlate personal theological conclusions in terms consistent with a biblically governed theological method.
Prerequisites: enrollment in MBSC, MDiv, or ThM program; completion of 5351 Theological Method, God, and Scripture; completion of 5353 Christ and Salvation.
- 40% – Reading (1500 pages)
- 40% – Writing Assignments (4 @ 5-7 pages each)
- 20% – Seminar Participation