• A Rekindled Flame: The Reformation’s Rediscovery of God by

    This formal address by Stephen Nichols during convocation ceremony at Reformation Bible College will consider how Rome’s self promotion to the place of mediator between God and man led to the manipulation of God. The medieval church thought His …

  • Christ and Him Crucified by

    The message of Christ crucified is a stumbling block to the Jews and foolishness to the Greeks. In this session, part of Reformation Bible College’s fourth annual convocation service, Dr. Stephen Nichols will explain why the crucifixion was such …

  • Christ Our Ransom by

    This session expands on Christ’s declaration in Mark 10:42-45 that He came to give His life as a ransom for many. It explains the difference between the false ransom theory of the atonement that existed in the early …

  • God in a Book by

    Reformed people are often accused of putting “God in a box.” This session explores how the Bible doesn’t limit our view of God but expands it, and how sundry methodologies such as Eastern prayer practices, Charismatic extremes, and others …

  • His Big Idea by

    Jonathan Edwards is often portrayed as a disgruntled, unhappy figure concerned only about judgment and doom. With titles for his works such as Original Sin and “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God,” what more should we expect? As …

  • His Early Life by

    Human beings tend to romanticize and idealize the lives of those individuals we admire, particularly those that lived in an era far removed from ourselves. We smooth out a wrinkle here, turn a blind eye to an episode there, and …

  • History by

    Our God upholds, directs, disposes, and governs all creatures, actions, and things, from the greatest to the least, by His most wise and holy providence. In short, what God creates, He sustains. In this lecture, Stephen Nichols examines the biblical …

  • OPTIONAL SESSION: Jonathan Edwards by

    In this session, Dr. Stephen Nichols introduces us to one of America’s greatest theologians. We often romanticize the lives of former saints, considering their lives “charmed.” The life of Jonathan Edwards, perhaps America’s greatest theologian, challenges this tendency …

  • Questions and Answers by , , , , ,

    Gregory Beale, Michael Morales, Stephen Nichols, R.C. Sproul, R.C. Sproul Jr., and Derek Thomas answer questions ranging from Jesus’ baptism, the atonement, and church history, to their favorite books of the Bible, and the theology of N.T …

  • Questions and Answers #1 by , ,

    Steven Lawson, Stephen Nichols, and R.C. Sproul answer questions ranging from the atonement and church history, to the dangers of Roman Catholic theology and Arminianism. Questions:

    1. What is the difference between the spiritual blessing of God found in the …

  • Questions and Answers #2 by , , ,

    Liam Goligher, Steven Lawson, Stephen Nichols, and R.C. Sproul answer questions ranging from the deity of Christ and the gifts of the Spirit, to church history and the future of ethnic Israel. Questions:

    1. Liam Goligher: What are the opportunities …

  • Questions & Answers by , , , ,

    Drs. George Grant, Michael Morales, Stephen Nichols, R.C. Sproul Jr. and R.C. Sproul answer a variety of questions covering God’s sovereignty in salvation, predestination, the role of scholarship in doxology, religious pluralism, and more.
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  • Questions & Answers by

    More than a history lesson, Dr. Nichols helps believers understand why the Reformation mattered then and matters now. Questions covered in this section are: If the Reformers profiled in this series could speak to us, what would be their most …

  • Revelation: Where Would We Be Without It? by

    Romans 1:19-21 to demonstrates, among other things, the nature of revelation and the benefits and demands flowing from it. All men witness the glory of God and owe Him allegiance, for the oceans, mountains, and forests attest to His …

  • Scripture for Life: The Sufficiency of Scripture by

    The concept that an ancient book might offer sufficiency for life rubs against the grain of our postmodern culture. How can one source possess all the answers for life, let alone an archaic, outdated text? Behind this question lies the …