• A Heavenly Birth by

    For those who stand outside of faith, the message of the gospel may appear burdensome and shackling. Yet, this could not be farther from the truth. The regeneration of the Spirit liberates believers to turn their affections to Christ and …

  • A Heavenly Helper by

    The thought of walking, sitting, and eating with Jesus brings Christians great joy, and His physical absence leaves us longing to be in His presence. As wonderful as this thought and longing is, we should not neglect the truth that …

  • His Deepest Desires Revealed by

    The room was silent as Jesus continued praying—probably as His disciples had never heard Him pray before. Judas had departed, and Peter likely sat disturbed about the denial Jesus had predicted. We saw in the last lesson that Jesus’ prayer …

  • The Holy Spirit by

    With the rise of Pentecostalism and the charismatic movement in the twentieth century, the Holy Spirit is no longer the forgotten person of the Trinity. There is, however, great confusion among many church members about His person and work and …

  • Homo Sapiens by

    In its third year as an academic institution, Reformation Bible College remains committed to providing an education governed by the wisdom of God revealed in Scripture. This session featuring Dr. Sinclair Ferguson is the address that is part of our …

  • Inerrancy in the Pulpit by

    Jesus told Peter to feed His sheep (John 21:17). Asserting that the Bible errs in any of its parts attacks the very source of Christian nourishment. In this session, Dr. Sinclair B. Ferguson describes why inerrancy is vital to …

  • The Inward Groan by

    All Christians face the tension in their lives between the promise of complete, permanent restoration and the present state of struggle with sin. Yet, it is important to remember that if we were left alone and unaided, then there would …

  • It Is Better That Another Comes by

    Martin Luther’s students often conversed over dinner with him and recorded many of his comments in what became known as Table Talk. In this lesson, Dr. Ferguson speaks of the “table talk” of Jesus that John recorded in the …

  • It’s Just a Book by ,

    The Word of God is living and active, the lamp for our feet that not only guides us in righteousness, but also creates new life in fallen people as the Holy Spirit brings it to bear on our darkened hearts …

  • Justification and the New Perspective on Paul and Related Issues by

    Sinclair Ferguson takes a critical look at justification, the New Perspective on Paul, and other related issues.

  • A Knowledge With No End: The Omniscience of God by

    In this session, Sinclair Ferguson will explain the meaning of God’s omniscience, demonstrating how it is taught throughout the Scriptures. We are reminded of how a proper understanding of this attribute of our great God is a true comfort …

  • The Last Things by

    Many Christian leaders try to avoid teaching anything about the last things, or “eschatology,” but this element of theology is as important as any other. Christians must be taught by those called to lead that Jesus Christ has promised …

  • The Law, the Prophets and the Last Days by

  • The Least of These by

    The darkness of this present age is particularly clear in the low view of life that classifies the weak as unfit and not worth preserving. Yet the light of God’s truth tells us that life is precious in the …

  • The Lord Our God, The Lord is One: The Simplicity of God by

    Scripture indicates that God is not composed of parts and is not divisible. This attribute of God has traditionally been referred to as God’s “simplicity.” In this lecture, Sinclair Ferguson will explain the meaning and implications of this doctrine.