Researching the major contemporary perspectives of soteriology among Southern Baptists in order to develop a curriculum for Texas Baptist students
Leighton Charles Flowers
The purpose of the project was to research the major contemporary perspectives pertaining to the biblical doctrine of salvation in order to create a student curriculum to effectively teach a non-Calvinistic Southern Baptist perspective. As a result of the research, a greater understanding of the soteriological issues and the various biblical interpretations was gained. The data was then compiled into a format that is easy to understand and engage. Modern teaching resources which have proven to be effective in training students were employed in developing the new curriculum. Evaluation of the soteriological content, curriculum effectiveness, and the overall growth of the project director were fundamental to the completion of this project.
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