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2019 MacDonald Lectures: Issues in Sanctification

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Central Baptist Theological Seminary

900 Forestview Lane North

Plymouth, MN 55441

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One of the most important issues in the life of every believer is sanctification. How are we being conformed into the image of Christ? What does this process look like? What does the Bible say about growing in the faith? What about Lordship Salvation?

We invite you to join us as Dr. Jonathan Pratt seeks to answer these important questions.

This four-lecture series will cover several significant topics related to the doctrine of sanctification such as the models of sanctification, the meaning of perseverance and assurance, and the effects of antinomian theology in Dispensational and Reformed circles.

Dr. Jonathan Pratt is the Academic Dean and Professor of New Testament Studies at Central Baptist Theological Seminary.

Every winter, Central Seminary conducts the MacDonald Lectures Series in Bible and Theology. This academic lecture series was created in memory of Charles MacDonald, Th.D. (1903-1971), beloved professor of pastoral theology at Central Seminary.

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8:00am-8:30 Registration / Greet

8:30-9:30 – Session I - What are they Saying about Sanctification?

9:30-9:50 – Break

9:50-10:50 – Session II - The Meaning and Means of Perseverance

10:50-11:00 – Break

11:00-12:00 – Session III - Perseverance and Free Grace Theology

12:00pm – 1:00 – Lunch

1:00-2:30 – Session IV - Antinomianism in Reformed Theology

Lunch will be included with purchase of a ticket.

Nursery will be provided through age 5 until noon. Please inquire for details.

Email info@centralseminary with any questions.

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