Starting in November 2013, Grace Providence Church began a series focusing specifically on the Biblical theology of salvation.

  • How can sinful man be reconciled to a Holy God?  
  • How can God remain just and be the justifier of the wicked?
  • Is man dead or just mortally ill in his sins and trespasses?  
  • Is grace absolutely necessary, or is there anything man can contribute to his salvation?  

These are just a few of the many questions that we have strived to answer in this course.

Feel free to share and use the material in these lessons for yourself or others.  This page is still under construction. The following are the recordings.

NOTE: Files do not play on mobile devices.  We are working on a solution for that.  Files do work properly on a regular desktop or laptop computer.

For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek.  For in it the righteousness of God is revealed from faith to faith; as it is written, ‘But the righteous man shall live by faith.'” (Romans 1:16-17, NASB).

Salvation is not something God offers to any man. It is a gift of God imputed to some men through God’s mercy and by His free and sovereign grace.  All men, because of their sin and rebellion, should repent based on the Law of God they have broken. Obviously, all men do not repent because total depravity inhibits them completely.  Therefore, a man given God’s grace for repentance proves God’s gracious election.” – David Norczyk



Lesson 1:
Of Human Depravity and Inability – David norczyk2Norczyk

Lesson 2:
Of Election – Part 1 – David Norczyk
Of Election – Part 2 – David Norczyk
Of Election – Part 3 – David Norczyk

Lesson 3:
Of the Extent of the Atonement – Parts 1 & 2 – Samuel Bonderov
Of the Extent of the Atonement – Part 3 – Samuel Bonderov

Lesson 4:
Of Effectual Calling – David Norczyk

Lesson 5 & Conclusion:
Of Eternal Salvation & Security – David Norczyk


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