This course has a broader focus than most courses which discuss the Doctrine of Salvation. Some theologians would place section one of this course in “Christology.” It explores some of the ways Christ’s death and resurrection affected God Himself. Christ’s death offered the necessary sacrifice for sin, removed God’s wrath from sinners, reconciles God to sinners, and paid the price needed to purchase the sinner’s freedom from sin. Section two through seven present material which “Soteriology” usually covers. Finally, section eight branches out slightly to explore how one’s view of soteriology shapes the way one preaches the gospel or conducts missions. We believe this expanded approach helps students who will not receive the full array of courses normally included in doctrinal (also called dogmatic or systematic) theology.