• Questions and Answers by , , , ,

    A Questions and Answers session with Drs. Nathan Busenitz, Steven Lawson, John MacArthur, Stephen Nichols, and R.C. Sproul. Questions:

    1. What are some tips for showing mercy and grace when introducing the doctrines of grace into a church? (00:08 …

  • Those Who Are Called by

    Salvation is the sovereign work of the triune God. His grace planned it all and accomplishes it all. Even more, through His grace, the Holy Spirit ensures that all the elect will come to Christ through faith and repentance. This …

  • East of Eden by

    To understand the Bible’s teaching on salvation, we need to grasp why we are in need of redemption. Every individual is by nature sinful and is thus deserving of God’s judgment and unable to make amends with Him …

  • Questions and Answers #2 by , , , ,

    Kevin DeYoung, W. Robert Godfrey, Stephen Nichols, R.C. Sproul, and R.C. Sproul Jr. answer questions on topics such as modern advancements in medical technology, children who die in infancy, what Heaven will be like, and more. Questions:

    1. Considering …

  • Jesus Made in America by

    Our culture is willing to voice respect for Jesus, but the Jesus it respects is not the God-man of Scripture. More often than not, the Jesus in view is just one among many saviors, a man who is nothing more …

  • The Difficulty Today by , , , ,

    Believing in the inerrancy of Scripture can bring difficulties. Often, church members are unable to explain why they believe the Bible is inerrant to questioning non-Christians. Or, a pastor is unsure as to how to deal with a difficult passage …

  • The Chicago Statement: An Interview with R.C. Sproul by ,

    Dr. Steve Nichols interviews Dr. R.C. Sproul about his involvement with the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy. Dr. Sproul spends a brief time giving a summary of the circumstances surrounding that statement—of just what was at stake in the …

  • The Inerrancy Crisis by

    It’s a commonly held belief in America that the Bible contains some truth, but the Bible is certainly not without error—that is, inerrant. Yet this is a far cry from what the church has believed through the centuries. This …

  • Why the God Man? by

    This session explains why a mere human being could not accomplish atonement, nor could a disembodied divine Spirit. It shows that it was necessary for the second person of the Godhead to take on flesh in order to make a …

  • 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 …

  • 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 …

  • 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 …

  • 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 …

  • 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. Despite …