Christology, Soteriology, and Anthropology (Man, Sin & Grace): Systematic Theology B

Speaker(s): James I. Packer
Date: 1996
Length: 27:18:00
Product ID: RGDL2645S

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This, the second of a three-part series covering the whole Christian faith, deals with (1) the human person: our nature, dependence, destiny, and fallenness, (2) the Lord Jesus Christ: his person, place, and mediatorial role, and (3) the Holy Spirit: his person, and agency in new birth and new life. The aim throughout is to provide theological resources for personal life and pastoral ministry. Rival options, past and present, are compared. Lectures include:

  • Introduction and Anthropology
  • SIN
  • Christology (3 Lectures)
  • Atonement
  • Pneumatology (2 Lectures)
  • Regeneration and Sanctification
  • Sanctification
  • Life Together and Eschatology

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James I. Packer was the Board of Governors' Professor of Theology at Regent College. His many books include Knowing God and Rediscovering Holiness.

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