Doctrine of Sanctification in Context

The unit Doctrine of Sanctification in Context (CALD) seeks to enable students to interpret and integrate the biblical material on sanctification into a coherent doctrinal framework within the student’s cultural and religious context. It lays the doctrinal framework for use in pastoral ministry settings. It is an advanced unit and may form part of a Major in the sub-discipline of Systematic Theology within the Discipline of Theology.

This unit is available only to candidates enrolled in the BTh and BMin CALD Stream.

Study Level




Credit Points



One 7200 series unit in Theology (CALD)


T7218 Doctrine of Sanctification

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this unit students will be able to:

  1. Analyse the chief forms in which sanctification is expressed in the Old and New Testaments
  2. Explain how the doctrine of sanctification developed within the Church
  3. Critically evaluate, from a biblical perspective, representative constructive theologies of sanctification
  4. Integrate the material studied into their own articulation of the doctrine of sanctification within their cultural context.
  5. Apply the results of their study to contemporary issues raised by their ministry situation in their ministry setting.
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