Systematic Theology II: Soteriology/Christology

Course number: DETS2102 • Credit hours: 3 hrs


Distance Education Course: The person, work and nature of Christ is examined and the ministry of salvation for humanity is explored.

Course Description: The second of the Major IBOLT Systematic Theology courses deals with the person, nature, and work of Christ with particular emphasis placed upon the great salvation that Christ brought to humanity. The student will examine the Incarnational ministry of Christ on this earth and explore the significance of this ministry as an expression of the love and mercy of God through His plan of salvation.

Prerequisite: DETS1203 God and the Human Condition

Course Textbooks:
An Evangelical Christology: Ecumenic and Historic, 
Bernard L. Ramm, Vancouver, B.C. Regent College Publishing, 1983. ISBN: 1573830089
The Cross of Christ, 
John R.W. Stott Downers Grove: IVP, 1986. ISBN: 0877849986

    Instructor:  Anil Satralkar

Biography: Anil and his family live in Kolkata, India what is known as the ‘City of Joy’ where Mother Teresa worked and went to be in heaven. His wife, Asha, is the headmistress at the Assembly of God Church School providing education to the underprivileged children for the last seventeen years. They have two daughters, Ashnil and Anisha.

Anil grew up in the home of a rural pastor and has overcome tremendous poverty. For the past 20 years, he has taught in Bible Colleges and engaged in ministry in India, the USA and most recently in Canada.

I love Cricket as majority Indians do, especially a one-day game and what is recently known as 20, twenty one-day game.

Bachelor of Theology, 1984, South Asia Bible College, Bangalore, South India, India
Bachelor of Divinity, 1988, South Asia Bible College, Bangalore, South India, India
Masters in Theology, 1994, South Asia Institute of Advanced Christian Studies, Bangalore, South India, India