COURSE TITLE: Romans 6-8: Foundations for Sanctification
INSTRUCTOR: Rev. Timothy A. Williams, BA., MA., PhD.
COURSE INVITATION: The Christian is called to a life of holiness or sanctification. The foundations for this sanctification are expressed in Romans 6-8. Any study on the topic of sanctification, therefore, must grapple with Paulâ€™s teaching in these chapters.
In day wherein sanctification is set aside, it is imperative that we return to the foundations of this doctrine and rediscover the basis and means of sanctification.
I invite you to join us as we seek to investigate the biblical foundations of sanctification by the means of a careful, detailed look at Romans 6-8.
COURSE TIME: Starting March 2nd, 2009; Every Monday Evening for 6 weeks (6:30 to 8:30)
COURSE LOCATION: Heritage Baptist Church 6905 Greenwood Road Woodstock, IL 60098
COURSE DESCRIPTION This course is designed to lead the student in an in-depth study of Romans 6-8. In doing so, it will seek to place these chapters in the context of the overall teaching of Romans and then by following the argument and thought of Paul closely, investigating the grammatical process of Paul. However, it will focus on the theological content more grammatical structure.
COURSE OBJECTIVES After completing this course, the student should be able to: * Articulate the purpose of Romans 6-8 in the overall argument of Paul; * Outline the flow of thought in Romans 6-8; * Explain the various means of interpreting the passages; * Define and interpret the chapters accurately and practically.
COURSE COST The cost for this course is $60 per individual or per family (sharing sets of notes).
COURSE OUTLINE The Context of Romans 6-8 The Believerâ€™s deliverance from sin (Chapter 6) The Believerâ€™s deliverance from the law (Chapter 7) The Believerâ€™s deliverance from death (Chapter 8) Summary of Doctrine of Sanctification