by Derek Thomas
“Ordo salutis” is Latin for “the order of salvation,” which refers to the sequence of conceptual steps involved in the salvation of the Christian. The sequence is meant to be logical instead of chronological; some steps occur sequentially while others occur instantaneously. What follows is a classically Reformed understanding of the way in which God saves his people.
Glorification (MP3) by Dr. Mark McDowell - No handout
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