Understanding The Bible
STUDY REFERENCE
Clarence E. Mason's "Soteriology"
COURSE LIST ONLY

BY THE AUTHOR
Dr. Clarence E. Mason, Jr.
Philadelphia College of Bible
1970

SOTERIOLOGY
edited by Dr. Clarence E. Mason, Jr.
PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF BIBLE 1971

THE DOCTRINE COURSES in the
EVENING SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION of PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF BIBLE

FIRST YEAR*
E12I DOCTRINE I: Names of God

SECOND YEAR
E223-224 DOCTRINES II and III: Theology Proper and Angelology; Anthropology; Hamartiology
(Doctrines of God, the Tri-unity; Angels and Satan; Man; Sin) E226 DOCTRINE IV: Christology (Doctrine of Christ)

THIRD YEAR
E321-322 DOCTRINES V and VI: Soteriology I
(Doctrines of Salvation)
E323-324 DOCTRINES VII and VIII: Soteriology II
(Doctrines of the Christian Life and Holy Spirit)
E326 DOCTRINE IX: Eschatology I
(Doctrine of Ages and Dispensations)

FOURTH YEAR
E425 DOCTRINE X: Eschatology II
(Doctrines of the Covenants and the Church (Ecclesiology)
E426 DOCTRINE XI: Eschatology III
(Doctrine of Future Things)
The Doctrine of Bibliology (Inspiration) is taught in the Evening School of Continuing Education as part of the course in Biblical Introduction.


OUTLINE OF THIRD YEAR DOCTRINE COURSES
in the
EVENING SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION of
PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF BIBLE

SOTERIOLOGY I and II
E321-322 DOCTRINES V and VI ............. 1 hr., two semesters

SOTERIOLOGY I (Doctrines of Salvation):

The Extent of Christ's Death, 1 Tim. 4:10

The Unlimited Availability of Christ's Sacrifice: ATONEMENT, PROPITIATION, RECONCILIATION.
The Actual Foreknown Result of Christ's Sacrifice: FOREKNOWLEDGE, ELECTION, PREDESTINATION.

The Doctrines of Salvation
(General Statement of Three Tenses of Salvation)

The Means of Salvation: CONVERSION, REPENTANCE, FAITH.
The Blessings of Salvation: REDEMPTION, FORGIVENESS, JUSTIFICATION (Imputation of Righteousness), REGENERATION, ADOPTION.

E323 -324 DOCTRINES VII and VIII . ........... 1 hr., two semesters

SOTERIOLOGY II (Doctrines of Christian Life and Holy Spirit):

The Present Deliverance of Salvation

Introductory contrasts: The Believer's Standing and State, Advocacy, Assurance, Believers and Professors, the Believer's Two Natures (Flesh).
The Goal Attained: SANCTIFICATION (Holiness) through the power of the Holy Spirit (PNEUMATOLOGY).

The Practical Expression of Salvation "Saved.. .unto good works."

The Service of the Saints, Faith and Works, Rewards (Crowns), Prayer.

 

"Mason's Notes"


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