January 21, 2018

On Salvation (Soteriology)

At the heart of the Reformation is a biblical understanding of how a person is saved. The key Latin phrases of Sola Fide (faith alone), Sola Gratia (grace alone), and Solus Christus (Christ alone) represent three of the five key tenets of the Reformation, and all focus on the matter of salvation. In this weekend’s message, we will examine several New Testament passages to see that salvation is deliverance from sin and death by the sacrifice of Jesus and nothing else—Christ alone. It is received by faith alone through grace alone.

The first five messages in our series are available on audio and video along with our series resource links.

Additional Resources

Small Group Curriculum

Sermon Notes

Here I Stand: 7 Must-Believes for Christians
On Salvation (Soteriology)
Pastor Todd Dugard // Various scriptures
January 20–21, 2018

What I believe…
Salvation is deliverance from sin and death by the sacrifice of Jesus Christ

Why I believe it...
• Justification (Romans 8:29-30)

• Sanctification (Romans 6:15-19)

• Glorification (Romans 8:29-30)

How I’m living because of it...
• Assured of my position (Romans 8:31-39)

• Aware of my victory (Romans 7:15-8:1)

• Attentive to the Word (John 17:17)

• Anticipating eternity (1 Corinthians 15:50-58)