At a Glance
The module aims to
- Introduce students to some of the major themes in the doctrines of salvation, the church and eschatology
- Develop skills in reasoning and systematic theology
- Enable students to make connections both from theology to practice and from practice to theology
- Equip students to guard against error in the life of a congregation
Each lesson includes
- A set text to aid and deepen your learning
- A high-level introduction to key truths that shape our understanding of God’s work and purpose in Salvation, the Church, and Eschatology
- Wider reading and video material to extend your understanding
- Interactive reflection and exercises to help you apply what you learn
This course is ideal for
- Existing or aspiring church leaders, those in specialist ministries, or church planters who want to deepen their own theological understanding and that of others
- People with busy schedules who want to grow in their understanding of how key doctrines shape church and our lives
- Church planters who want to embed strong doctrines that shape community and mission in their church planting teams
Work through an introduction to the major themes in the doctrines of salvation, the church and eschatology.
Brought to you by Crosslands, the Salvation, the Church and Eschatology course is divided into 9 lessons:
- Lesson 1 - Redemption Accomplished
- Lesson 2 - Predestined and Called
- Lesson 3 - Justified and Glorified
- Lesson 4 - Ungraded Assignment
- Lesson 5 - The Sacraments
- Lesson 6 - The Church
- Lesson 7 - The Future
- Lesson 8-9 - Graded Assignment
- If you are interested in pursuing seminary credit for any of these courses, please contact the BibleMesh Institute here.
- For more information about Crosslands, click here.
Dr. Tim Chester
Tim Chester is a pastor of Grace Church in Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire, a faculty member of Crosslands. He is the author of over 30 books and commentaries including You Can Change and A Meal with Jesus, as well as being co-author of Total Church.
Dr. Dan Strange
Dan Strange is Acting Principal at Oak Hill Theological College, lecturing in Culture, Religion and Public Theology and part of the Crosslands faculty. With a PhD from Bristol University, he leads a North London church and is married to Elly with seven children. His most recent monograph is For Their Rock is Not as Our Rock: An Evangelical Theology of Religions.