• How Should We Pray? by

    Many Christians struggle not only with questions regarding the purpose of prayer, but also with questions regarding how they should pray.  The disciples themselves asked Jesus to teach them how to pray.  In this message, Dr. John …

  • Inerrancy in the Pew by ,

    (live via video from Los Angeles, Steven Lawson moderator) Inerrancy isn’t just a word for pastors or academics; rather, it’s become a major question for everyone. In this session, Dr. Steven J. Lawson interviews Dr. John MacArthur on …

  • Is Jesus the Only Way? by

    Religious pluralism is one of the greatest challenges facing Christianity in today’s world. Is Jesus Christ just one way among many valid paths to God? In this message, Dr. John MacArthur explains how pluralism conflicts with the exclusive claims of …

  • Jesus, the Head of the Church by

    The church does not exist apart from Christ, her Head.  The Church is defined in terms of its relation to Christ.  In this message, Dr. John MacArthur will explore what the Bible teaches regarding Christ as the Head of the …

  • Love Rejected by

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  • Love Your Neighbor by

      In writing his first epistle to Timothy, Paul relied heavily on his understanding of God’s love. Echoing Christ’s teaching that the greatest commandment is love, he exhorted Timothy to focus on ‘love from a pure heart a good conscience …

  • Loving Until It Hurts by

  • Meeting There at Last by

    The biblical doctrine of salvation has past, present, and future aspects to it. In anticipation of heaven, the Bible teaches that every true believer will persevere from this world to the next. As Jonathan Edwards wrote to his daughter Esther …

  • The Myth of Influence (Part 1) by

    This lecture will warn the church that we build the kingdom not by looking like the world, but that we are called to be set apart and distinct from the world around us.

  • The Myth of Influence (Part 2) by

    Dr. MacArthur will affirm that our fathers who went before us are witnesses to us today, not principally of their own faith, but of the faithfulness of God. He will call us to join that cloud as witnesses to the …

  • None Other by

    I am the Lord, and there is no other, besides me there is no God” (Isa. 45:5). Counterfeit religions and philosophies present views of God or the gods that are ultimately the creation of humanity’s imagination. The God …

  • The Nonnegotiable Gospel by

    Martin Luther’s rediscovery of the doctrine of justification by faith alone was prompted by his need to be found righteous in the sight of God. His “evangelical breakthrough” forced him to evaluate his standing before God as well as …

  • Our Redeemer Lives by

    At Reformation Bible College, students are trained in biblical, theological, and worldview studies in order to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ with clarity, urgency, and passion—regardless of what profession they enter. This convocation address will examine the Bible’s …

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    Note: Answers given during Questions and Answers sessions reflect the views of the individual speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views of Dr. R.C. Sproul and Ligonier Ministries. Here is our Statement of Faith.