• Questions & Answers #1 by , , ,

    Ligon Duncan, Sinclair Ferguson, Steven Lawson, and R.C. Sproul answer questions about the church. 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 …

  • Vespers by

      We believe that God has ordained the preaching of His Word, prayer, and the sacraments as the means by which He sanctifies people’s lives. There is no substitute for the Scriptures if we want to know and please God …

  • God-Centered Concept of Truth by

      We believe that God has ordained the preaching of His Word, prayer, and the sacraments as the means by which He sanctifies people’s lives. There is no substitute for the Scriptures if we want to know and please God …

  • God-Centered Theology by

      We believe that God has ordained the preaching of His Word, prayer, and the sacraments as the means by which He sanctifies people’s lives. There is no substitute for the Scriptures if we want to know and please God …

  • Emmaus Road Preaching by

      We believe that God has ordained the preaching of His Word, prayer, and the sacraments as the means by which He sanctifies people’s lives. There is no substitute for the Scriptures if we want to know and please God …

  • The Nature of Saving Faith by

    Saving faith is not merely mental acceptance of the Gospel, and justification is not secured by a mere outward profession of faith. As Dr. Sinclair Ferguson will explain in this message, saving faith includes mental assent to the content of …

  • The Substitutionary Atonement of Christ by

    Because of Jesus’ obedience on the cross, we have gained forgiveness and eternal life, but, what did Jesus gain? Dr. Sinclair Ferguson contemplates this thought in this special message, as he reminds us of the substitutionary nature of the atonement …

  • 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.

  • 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 Glory of the Power by

    This lecture will remind us that we are at the center of our purpose when we are centered at worship, and that the purpose of worship is to bring glory to God. Any other goal than worship for the Lord …

  • The Glory of the Promise by

    Dr. Ferguson will focus on the promise of God to crush the head of the Serpent, affirming that the fall did not frustrate God’s plan to make manifest His glory, but was in every way a part of His …

  • Strange Fire by

    Worship in the evangelical church has drastically changed in the past few decades causing no small controversy known as the so-called contemporary verses traditional worship debate. What is the most important thing about worship? Should we design our worship service …

  • The Necessity of Works by

  • Man the Sinner by

  • No Greater Love 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 …