ST 5202 THEOLOGY II: THE GOSPEL OF GOD
This course focuses on the gospel, the economy of salvation, the incarnation of the Son, and the Holy Spirit. The course begins by treating the human condition as now fallen, and sin as the backdrop of the gospel. Attention then turns to the work of Christ, particularly the atonement and accomplishment of redemption as the content of the gospel. The course then considers the application and consummation of redemption by examining the work of the Holy Spirit, the nature, mission, and destiny of the church as the gathered people of God as the climax of the gospel. The course concludes with a consideration of how the gospel story ends, for believers and unbelievers in the glory of God’s being all in all in the new heaven and the new earth.
- MDiv Elective (3 semester hours)
- Friday, 6:30-9:30 pm; Saturday, 8:30 am-4:30 pm
- January 18-19, February 15-16, March 15-16 & April 12-13, 2019