Explore the power and mystery of salvation.
Christianity is a religion of salvation, and Christ is the Savior, but what does it mean to be saved? In the New Testament and throughout history, powerful images and models have been used to describe the event of salvation.
Now, in What Does It Mean to Be Saved?: The Theology of Salvation, you will systematically explore these powerful images. Through these 12 brilliantly taught lectures, you will gain a much-enhanced understanding of salvation. You will examine such models as revelation, redemption, liberation, justification, expiation, reconciliation, and deification.
You will explore many of your most important salvation questions, such as: What is salvation? Who saves, and who is saved? What is one saved from and for? What is the role of Christ in salvation? When is salvation achieved? And, most importantly, how is one saved?
As Prof. Brouillette examines these questions and many others with you, you will encounter profound new insights into the Christian tradition. Your journey will be grounded in the Biblical testimony about salvation, especially in the New Testament. You will also draw on insights from theologians, the saints, the Church Fathers, and more.
On your journey, the depth and the breadth of the mystery of salvation will unfold before you, revealing how the union with the Trinitarian God is at the heart of being Christian. Exceptionally well taught, this course will reignite your faith.