Cultivating a Christian Worldview: The Experience of Salvation
Cultivating a Christian Worldview: The Experience of Salvation
Ephesians 2:8; Philippians 2:12; Romans 13:11
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Sunday School,  March 2, 2008

One of the key elements of the Christian worldview is the doctrine of salvation. Salvation can be approached from many angles, including its original promise in the Garden of Eden (Gen. 3:15), its accomplishment by Christ (Phil. 2:5-11), or its reception by faith and repentance (Acts 20:21). In this lesson, Richard Winston approaches the doctrine of salvation as it is experienced by the believer in three phases: justification, sanctification, and glorification. Each phase is defined and proofs are given with Scriptures.

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