Doctrine of Salvation

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Doctrine of Salvation

  1. 1. The Doctrine of Salvation
  2. 2. Lesson OutlineWe shall examine six aspects of the doctrine ofsalvation: 1. Election 2. Conversion 3. Justification 4. Regeneration 5. Sanctification 6. Glorification
  3. 3. Election
  4. 4. Option ATHE CALVINIST VIEW
  5. 5. The Calvinist ViewTULIP
  6. 6. The Calvinist ViewT Total DepravityULIP
  7. 7. The Calvinist ViewT Total DepravityU Unconditional PredestinationLIP
  8. 8. The Calvinist ViewT Total DepravityU Unconditional PredestinationL Limited AtonementIP
  9. 9. The Calvinist ViewT Total DepravityU Unconditional PredestinationL Limited AtonementI Irresistible GraceP
  10. 10. The Calvinist ViewT Total DepravityU Unconditional PredestinationL Limited AtonementI Irresistible GraceP Perseverance
  11. 11. Option BTHE ARMINIAN VIEW
  12. 12. The Arminian ViewDREAM
  13. 13. The Arminian ViewD Divine WillREAM
  14. 14. The Arminian ViewD Divine WillR Responsibility of ManEAM
  15. 15. The Arminian ViewD Divine WillR Responsibility of ManE Election based on ForeknowledgeAM
  16. 16. The Arminian ViewD Divine WillR Responsibility of ManE Election based on ForeknowledgeA Atonement for EveryoneM
  17. 17. The Arminian ViewD Divine WillR Responsibility of ManE Election based on ForeknowledgeA Atonement for EveryoneM Maintenance of Relationship
  18. 18. Towards a ResolutionKEY QUESTIONS TO ANSWER
  19. 19. Towards a ResolutionSince you may welldisagree with theconclusions wepresent in the coursenotes, all we shallpresent here is the keyquestions forreflection anddiscussion.
  20. 20. Towards a Resolution1) Does God want all people to be saved?2) Does sin paralyse people’s free will?3) Did Jesus die only for the sins of the elect?4) Is election based on God’s foreknowledge?5) Is our salvation eternally secure?
  21. 21. Conversion
  22. 22. Conversion1) The meaning of conversion
  23. 23. Conversion1) The meaning of Conversion is our conversion response to God’s grace, a change of heart in us when we decide to stop being his enemy and embrace his lordship and friendship.
  24. 24. Conversion1) The meaning of conversion2) The elements of conversion
  25. 25. Conversion1) The meaning of Point 1: Conversion has a conversion negative and a positive aspect:2) The elements of conversion • Negative: repent of sin • Positive: believe in Jesus.
  26. 26. Conversion1) The meaning of Point 2: Conversion conversion involves the mind, the will, and the emotions:2) The elements of conversion • Mind: recognise your sin • Emotions: regret your sin. • Will: repent of your sin.
  27. 27. Conversion1) The meaning of conversion2) The elements of conversion3) The purpose of conversion
  28. 28. Conversion1) The meaning of The purpose of conversion conversion is to change a person …2) The elements of • from being an enemy conversion of God,3) The purpose of • to being a child of conversion God.
  29. 29. Justification
  30. 30. Justification1) The meaning of justification
  31. 31. Justification1) The meaning of Justification is the legal justification side of our salvation. God pardons our sins and declares us righteous in his sight.
  32. 32. Justification1) The meaning of There are three major justification benefits of justification:2) The benefits of justification
  33. 33. Justification1) The meaning of There are three major justification benefits of justification:2) The benefits of • freedom from justification alienation
  34. 34. Justification1) The meaning of There are three major justification benefits of justification:2) The benefits of • freedom from justification alienation • freedom from anger
  35. 35. Justification1) The meaning of There are three major justification benefits of justification:2) The benefits of • freedom from justification alienation • freedom from anger • freedom from accusation
  36. 36. Regeneration
  37. 37. Regeneration1) The meaning of regeneration
  38. 38. Regeneration1) The meaning of Regeneration is the regeneration experiential side of our salvation. It is a real change the Holy Spirit produces in us when he indwells and revives our spirits.
  39. 39. Regeneration1) The meaning of There are three major regeneration benefits of regeneration:2) The benefits of regeneration
  40. 40. Regeneration1) The meaning of There are three major regeneration benefits of regeneration:2) The benefits of • spiritual communion regeneration
  41. 41. Regeneration1) The meaning of There are three major regeneration benefits of regeneration:2) The benefits of • spiritual communion regeneration • spiritual consciousness
  42. 42. Regeneration1) The meaning of There are three major regeneration benefits of regeneration:2) The benefits of • spiritual communion regeneration • spiritual consciousness • spiritual conscience
  43. 43. Sanctification
  44. 44. Sanctification1) The stages of There are three major sanctification stages of sanctification:
  45. 45. Sanctification1) The stages of There are three major sanctification stages of sanctification: • positional holiness
  46. 46. Sanctification1) The stages of There are three major sanctification stages of sanctification: • positional holiness • personal holiness
  47. 47. Sanctification1) The stages of There are three major sanctification stages of sanctification: • positional holiness • personal holiness • prospective holiness
  48. 48. Sanctification1) The stages of Sanctification has both a sanctification negative and a positive aspect:2) The scope of sanctification
  49. 49. Sanctification1) The stages of Sanctification has both a sanctification negative and a positive aspect:2) The scope of sanctification 1) Negative: separation from sin
  50. 50. Sanctification1) The stages of Sanctification has both a sanctification negative and a positive aspect:2) The scope of sanctification 1) Negative: separation from sin 2) Positive: separation to God
  51. 51. Sanctification1) The stages of sanctification2) The scope of sanctification3) The source of sanctification
  52. 52. Sanctification1) The stages of Sanctification is an sanctification • orderly work2) The scope of • gradual work sanctification • divine work3) The source of sanctification
  53. 53. Sanctification1) The stages of There are three agents of sanctification sanctification:2) The scope of • Agent 1: The Son sanctification • Agent 2: The Spirit3) The source of • Agent 3: The Scriptures sanctification
  54. 54. ComparisonJustification Regeneration SanctificationLegal Experiential ProgressiveTakes place in heaven Takes place in man Takes place in manJesus Christ does it for us Holy Spirit does it in us Holy Spirit does it with usPardon for sin Power over sin Power over sinChange of status Change of nature Change of behaviourDeclared righteous Made righteous Becoming righteous
  55. 55. Glorification
  56. 56. Glorification1) The meaning of glorification
  57. 57. Glorification1) The meaning of Glorification refers to the glorification end goal of God’s redemptive plan, the time when his original glorious purpose for creation will be fully realised in a restored world. So glorification refers to our final destiny, the end result of salvation.
  58. 58. Glorification1) The meaning of There are five aspects of glorification glorification to consider:2) The nature of glorification
  59. 59. Glorification1) The meaning of There are five aspects of glorification glorification to consider:2) The nature of • perfect ruling glorification
  60. 60. Glorification1) The meaning of There are five aspects of glorification glorification to consider:2) The nature of • perfect ruling glorification • perfect righteousness
  61. 61. Glorification1) The meaning of There are five aspects of glorification glorification to consider:2) The nature of • perfect ruling glorification • perfect righteousness • perfect reconciliation
  62. 62. Glorification1) The meaning of There are five aspects of glorification glorification to consider:2) The nature of • perfect ruling glorification • perfect righteousness • perfect reconciliation • perfect resurrection
  63. 63. Glorification1) The meaning of There are five aspects of glorification glorification to consider:2) The nature of • perfect ruling glorification • perfect righteousness • perfect reconciliation • perfect resurrection • perfect residence
  64. 64. Conclusion
  65. 65. Conclusion1. Election: God chooses to save believers.2. Conversion: We turn to God in repentance and faith.3. Justification: God declares us right in his sight.4. Regeneration: The Holy Spirit makes our spirits alive.5. Sanctification: The Holy Spirit works in us to make us holy.6. Glorification: The end of God’s work in and for us.

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