Catholic Apologetics: Salvation
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Catholic Apologetics: Salvation

How to defend the Catholic Faith with those who say we just need to believe to be saved
4.8 (2 ratings)
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3 students enrolled
Created by Rose Wright, M.A.
Last updated 2/2020
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  • 30 mins on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Catholic Theology
Requirements
  • Watch my free course on Introduction to Catholic Apologetics before this one for help.
Description

This course will cover Catholic Apologetics specifically on the topic of salvation. Some Protestants believe that Roman 10:9 means we just need to believe in Jesus and we are automatically saved. But what does that exactly mean in the understanding of salvation for them? Are they transformed by the Blood of Christ? Are they living saints? And are we as Catholic saved? This course will answer those questions and more to help you understand the Catholic teaching on salvation as well as prepare you to discussion salvation with others.

Who this course is for:
  • Catholics who want to share their Faith with others or increase knowledge for their own personal growth
Course content
Expand all 7 lectures 29:45
+ Introduction
1 lecture 03:15

Students will understand the purpose of this course after watching this lecture. Salvation is a topic often discussed among Protestants, particularly Fundamentalists (a specific type of Protestant who tends to read the Bible literally). Using Romans 10:9, many have suggested that salvation happens by just loving Jesus as your Lord and Savior. We will dig deeper into this topic and discuss whether or not the Bible does hold this understanding of salvation or if perhaps there is a deeper, fuller definition of salvation.

Preview 03:15
+ Salvation Part 2: Definitions of Salvation, Justification and Redemption
1 lecture 04:47

This lecture will include definitions on salvation, justification and redemption. Students will be able to define these terms to then explain with others the distinction between Protestant and Catholic understandings.

Preview 04:47
+ Salvation Part 3: Overcoming Objections in the Bible
1 lecture 06:19

Students will distinguish the word 'salvation' in its various forms of past, present and future tense. It's important to notice that using salvation in different ways changes the meaning so that now we can better understand Romans 10:9 in the proper context. Salvation is a journey, not just a moment of saying "I believe so I am saved."

Preview 06:19
+ Salvation Part 4: Are Catholics Saved?
1 lecture 04:57

Students will confront the question "Are Catholics saved?". This question is important to answer and also to share with other Catholics who perhaps are unsure on where the Church stands regarding salvation. Many scripture references will be discussed in this section to show how the Bible explains the full understanding of salvation and where that fits with Catholic doctrine.

Salvation Part 4: Are Catholics Saved?
04:57
+ Salvation Part 5: Are we already Saints?
1 lecture 03:45

Students will study the understanding of atonement in the Old Testament and compare this understanding to that of salvation and whether or not we are saints.

Salvation Part 5: Are we already Saints?
03:45
+ Salvation Part 6: Objections with Other Doctrines
1 lecture 04:32

Students will learn how salvation fits within the other Catholic doctrines. If salvation is understood in the Protestant sense, do the other doctrines work? And if they do not work, how can someone decide what is true and what is not? These answers are explained in this lecture.

Salvation Part 6: Objections with Other Doctrines
04:32
+ Salvation Part 7: Conclusion
1 lecture 02:10

Students will have a summary of the course, revisiting the highlights that are most important to remember when speaking to those about salvation.

Salvation Part 7: Conclusion
02:10