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Mobile Ed: Jack W. Cottrell on Grace and Baptism (2 courses)
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Mobile Ed: Jack W. Cottrell on Grace and Baptism (2 courses)

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Learn more about the doctrines of grace and baptism from theologian and author Jack W. Cottrell with this two-course bundle. Dr. Cottrell walks through these important concepts, unpacking key verses and discussing historical positions. You’ll learn how these doctrines relate to topics like salvation, justification, faith, and works.

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TH268 Jack W. Cottrell on the Doctrine of Grace

  • Instructor: Jack W. Cottrell
  • Publication Date: 2018
  • Video Hours: 10

In this course on the doctrine of grace (TH268), Jack W. Cottrell will help you dive deep into the biblical and theological underpinnings of the topic of grace. “Grace” is a word we use often as Christians; however, as a theological concept it is often underdeveloped and misunderstood. Dr. Cottrell will help you develop a robust understanding of grace as he guides you in an exploration of the attributes of grace in relation to the law, key passages of Scripture, and the contributions of historical figures who helped develop the doctrine of grace. Dr. Cottrell demonstrates how a proper understanding of grace applies to and changes your life.

Contents:

Introduction
  • Introducing the Speaker and Course
Unit 1: Key Distinctions Regarding Grace
  • An Overview
  • The Law System or the Grace System?
  • The Two Gates into Heaven
  • Is Salvation Egocentric or Theocentric?
  • Wages or Gift?
  • What Is the Law System?
  • What Is the Grace System?
  • The Mentality of Grace
  • The Balance Scale Mentality
  • Extra Merit? There’s No Such Thing!
  • Grace: A Uniquely Biblical Doctrine
Unit 2: Grace and the Book of Romans
  • The Message of Romans
  • “How Lost Are the Heathen?”
  • More on the Message of Romans
  • Double Trouble
  • The Double Cure for Sin
Unit 3: The Righteousness of God
  • The Righteousness of God in the Gospel
  • How Does God Bestow His Righteousness on Us?
  • The Purpose of the Incarnation
  • Christ Our Righteousness
Unit 4: Grace, Justification, and Faith
  • Justification: The Heart of Grace
  • The Essence of Justification
  • Justification as a Problem for God
  • The Cross as the Basis for Justification: Part 1
  • The Cross as the Basis for Justification: Part 2
  • The Substitutionary Atonement
  • How Do We Become Justified? The Calvinist View
  • How Do We Become Justified? By Faith Alone?: Part 1
  • How Do We Become Justified? By Faith Alone?: Part 2
  • Martin Luther’s Approach to “Faith Alone”
  • The Distinction between Means and Conditions
Unit 5: Faith and Works
  • Faith and Works in Paul’s Writings
  • What Paul Does Not Mean by “Works”: Part 1
  • What Paul Does Not Mean by “Works”: Part 2
  • What Paul Does Mean by “Works”: Part 1
  • What Paul Does Mean by “Works”: Part 2
  • “Obedience to the Gospel” vs. “Works of Law”
Unit 6: Conditions of Grace
  • Is Grace Conditional or Unconditional?: Part 1
  • Is Grace Conditional or Unconditional?: Part 2
  • The Premiere Grace Condition: Part 1
  • The Premiere Grace Condition: Part 2
  • Is Faith the Only Grace Condition?
  • The Second Condition for Salvation: Part 1
  • The Second Condition for Salvation: Part 2
  • The Third Condition of Grace
  • The Fourth Condition of Grace
  • Why a New Condition?
Unit 7: Justification, Works, and Judgment
  • How Do We Reconcile Paul and James?
  • Will We Be Judged by Works?
  • If We Are Justified by Faith, Why Are We Judged by Works?
Unit 8: The Assurance of Salvation
  • The Question of Assurance
  • “Once Saved, Always Saved” Explained
  • “Once Saved, Always Saved” Refuted: Part 1
  • “Once Saved, Always Saved” Refuted: Part 2
  • “Always Trying, Never Sure”
  • “Simply Trusting, Fully Forgiven”
  • Grace and Assurance in Summary
  • How Does One Fall from Grace?
  • Can the Fallen Be Restored?
Unit 9: Original Sin
  • What Is the Doctrine of Original Sin?
  • Why Did Paul Write Romans 5:12–21?: Part 1
  • Why Did Paul Write Romans 5:12–21?: Part 2
  • Original Grace, Not Original Sin
Unit 10: Grace and Good Works
  • How Do Good Works Fit In?: Part 1
  • How Do Good Works Fit In?: Part 2
  • “I Can Do Good Works Because of Grace”
  • “I Ought to Do Good Works Because of Creation”
  • “I Will Do Good Works Because of Love”

TH278 Jack W. Cottrell on the Doctrine of Baptism

  • Instructor: Jack W. Cottrell
  • Publication Date: 2018
  • Video Hours: 5

Jack W. Cottrell’s course on the doctrine of baptism explores the connection between baptism and salvation through an in-depth examination of this rite in the New Testament. The course begins with a presentation of principles for Christian baptism and then moves on to a study of key related Scripture passages. Dr. Cottrell covers historical perspectives on baptism and fields questions about and objections to his perspective. The course concludes with an evaluation of the practice of infant baptism.

Contents:

Introduction
  • Introducing the Speaker and the Course
Unit 1: Principles of Baptism
  • Foundation for the Doctrine of Baptism
  • Christian Baptism and Pentecost
  • Baptism Is the Double Cure
  • Baptism Is a New Covenant Work of God
Unit 2: Baptism and Jesus
  • Baptism in Jesus’ Ministry
  • The Great Commission
  • Trinity and Baptism
  • Trinity and Conditions of Baptism
Unit 3: Baptism in the Book of Acts
  • The New Covenant Genesis
  • Spirit and Water Baptism
  • Baptism and Salvation
  • First Samaritan Baptisms
  • First Gentile Baptisms
  • Baptism of Saul of Tarsus
Unit 4: Baptism in the Apostolic Writings
  • Romans 1–6: New Life in Christ
  • Timing of Death and Rebirth
  • Baptism and Paul
  • Baptized into One Body
  • Baptism and Circumcision
  • Faith and Baptism
  • Baptism Saves
  • Good Conscience
Unit 5: Questions and Objections
  • Early Church Perspectives on Baptism
  • Zwingli on Baptism: Part 1
  • Zwingli on Baptism: Part 2
  • Faith Alone?
  • Contradiction of Grace?
  • Physical Event with Spiritual Results
Unit 6: Infant Baptism
  • Introduction to Infant Baptism
  • Original Sin and Household Baptism
  • Old Covenant Purpose and Fulfillment: Part 1
  • Old Covenant Purpose and Fulfillment: Part 2
  • New Covenant
  • Baptism Not Circumcision

Product Details

  • Title: Jack W. Cottrell on Grace and Baptism
  • Instructor: Jack W. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2018
  • Product Type: Logos Mobile Education
  • Resource Type: Courseware, including transcripts, audio, and video resources
  • Courses: 2
  • Video Hours: 15

About the Instructor

Dr. Jack W. Cottrellhas been a professor of theology at Cincinnati Christian University since 1967. Dr. Cottrell has earned a BA, ThB from Cincinnati Christian University; a BA from the University of Cincinnati; an MDiv from Westminster Theological Seminary; and a PhD from Princeton Theological Seminary.

He’s been married to his beautiful wife, Barbara, for over 50 years, and he ministers at the Bright Christian Church in Bright, Indiana. Dr. Cottrell has been teaching theology at the Cincinnati Christian University for over 40 years, and he’s been writing for over 30 years. He and Barbara have three children and four grandchildren.

Those who know Dr. Cottrell know he’s a huge fan of University of Kentucky basketball and bluegrass music. He likes to read mystery novels and watch Wheel of Fortune and Texas Hold’em tournaments.

Getting the most out of Mobile Ed

Logos Mobile Education is a highly effective cross-platform learning environment that integrates world class teaching with the powerful study tools and theological libraries available in Logos Bible Software. Every course provides links to additional resources and suggested readings that supplement the lecture material at the end of every transcript segment.

All courses in this bundle come with an Activities resource that functions as a type of “workbook” for the courses. This resource includes learning activities such as: places for you to respond to reflection questions, exercises that will challenge and show you how deepen your understanding of this course by using specific Logos tools and resources, tutorial videos on different features of Logos Bible Software, and links to relevant Logos guides and tools. A link to open the Activities resource is conveniently placed at the end of every segment.