This course is designed to refute and assure. To refute the
heresies surrounding the doctrine of Eternal Security and assure the student that his
Salvation through Christ and his destination because of Christ are
eternally secure. The course will guide the student through the bedrock
biblical proofs and refutations surrounding this question- "Is the
believer secure in Christ?"
The question will be studied in 6 chapters of the textbook by Dr.
Chapter One - What is Salvation, According to the Bible
Chapter Two - What Happens When A Christian Does Sin
Chapter Three - Does Good Works Or Baptism Save A Soul
Chapter Four - Argumentation and Reasoning's
Chapter Five - What Would Happen If A Christian Could Lose Their Salvation
Chapter Six - Additional Scripture Verses Showing Eternal Security
Although there are only six chapters in the textbook there are eight sections of study when we include the Introduction and the Summary.
We have noticed a tendency, actually 1 out of 6 new students which amounts to hundreds of students total, to rush through this course
because it is so basic. Therefore, we have included the following explanation to
clarify study and testing matters:
These instructions concern only the Eternal Security Course.
Attendance for the entire course is 11 weeks minimum.
Attendance per section is 1 week minimum and tests need to be taken a minimum of 1 week apart.
Under no circumstances can you complete more than 1 section and take the test for it in any one week. The next section cannot be started until the following week begins.
If you fail a test then you cannot retake it until at least the next day. You need to spend at least one day finding all of the correct answers in the textbook or workbook or KJV Bible, whichever is appropriate for the question, for every question missed on the test. You will automatically receive a copy of the test and you can use the correct answers on it to make sure you find them in the study materials.
attendance is figured from the date
that you submit your Sign In form for the course. If
you submit a Sign In form with incorrect information on it then you will be
instructed to submit an "Amended" Sign In with the correct
information. In that case your attendance will be figured from the date
of your submission of the Amended form.
The most common mistakes on the Sign In form are to submit the wrong Required Attendance per Lesson or the wrong Required Attendance for the course overall. You will find both of those attendance requirements on each course main page. It is given on those pages as required minimum attendance per lesson and required minimum attendance for the course overall. It is not the same for all courses. Each course main page will plainly give both of those requirements for that course. There are no maximum attendance requirements.
Failure to meet the lesson or overall course attendance or
testing requirements will result in any tests not meeting
those requirements being disallowed and discarded. Also, any tests which follow that test in sequence cannot be turned in until you have met the full minimum attendance requirement per lesson for them after retaking the failed test. If they are turned in before the retake is completed and passed then they will be disallowed as being out of sequence.
In plain terms:
If you send in your first test in this course sooner than 7 days after your Sign In date, that test will be disallowed and you will have to retake it at the proper time.
If you submit your second test less than 7 days after your first test, then that test will also be be disallowed and you will have to retake it at the proper time.
The rest of the section tests must be spaced in like manner, 1 test per 1 week minimum attendance for each section or they will also be disallowed and you will have to retake them at the proper times.
If you submit your Final Test before completing the entire 11 weeks of attendance, that Final Test will also be disallowed and you will have to retake it at the proper time.
These are college courses and following instructions is part of what is being taught. Therefore, exact adherence to all instructions is required of all students at all times. The instructions given on the website are specifically designed to help the student have the best chance at a quality education in the Word and Ways of God and they are also designed to facilitate the operation of the college in an effective manner.
Failure to follow instructions is the biggest problem among not only the unsaved, but it is also the biggest problem among God's people and one of the main reasons that the name of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit, is blasphemed among the nations. Failure to follow the instructions of the earthly authority that God has placed over a person, not only in this area of
education but also in every other facet of their Christian life, is a sure indication that they will also neglect to follow the instructions of God as given in His Word, the Bible.
Therefore, to facilitate the necessary and in-depth training of the students, SLBC requires complete adherence to the instructions given in each course. This will help facilitate the students best opportunity to obtain an good education in the Word and Ways of God.
If you proceed faster than the required pace, then you will not retain the information in the text nor will you be able to locate the information to score in the passing range on the open book tests. Some tests require less than 100% to pass but most tests require a 100% passing score because they are open book tests.
first for this course and mark the form
"Begin" unless you have done so
previously. You do not sign in when you finish each
lesson. You only sign in and mark the form "Finish" when
you have completed the entire course and you are ready to submit your request for the password for the Final Test.
Download and print the COURSE RECORD FORM.
On it you will keep a record of your sign in
"Begin" date because
you will be required to enter it on the Sign In
"Finish" form that you will submit at the end of the
entire course. You will also keep other pertinent
information on that form such as date and score for each test so
that you will be able to keep track of your progress through the
Final Test Instructions
After you have completed all of the requirements for this course, then you must submit a Sign In form marked "Finish" and then you may retrieve the Password and take the Final Test.
Click HERE to go to the Finish Sign In form to submit the Finish form for your attendance.
If you have not yet submitted a Testing Instructions Agreement, please do so now.
Click HERE to go to the Testing Instructions form. Close that page to return here.
(Only one such form is required for each student.)
Once you have returned to this page, then submit the Retrieve Password form below.
(click on words or picture)
You must have this password to gain access to the Final Test.
Once you have obtained the Password,
then click the words to go to the Final Test.
Final test is "open book" i.e., you may use your
textbook and workbook and any other study
materials while taking the final test.