• A Gnostic Gospel by

    Americans are incurably “spiritual,” but this spirituality expresses itself in ways that are incompatible with biblical Christianity. It expresses itself in ways that are essentially Gnostic. The American church has not been immune to the influence of this American Gnosticism …

  • A Holy Nation by

    The history of redemption reveals God calling a people out of the world to be a holy people. In this lecture, Dr. Carson examines why God has called His people in both the old and new covenants to be a …

  • Back to Basics by

    In every age and in every nation, the church is tempted to capitulate to the values and ideals of the surrounding culture. In every age and in every nation, the solution is the same: repentance and faith. To be faithful …

  • Becoming a Better You by

    Some of the most popular preaching in America presents a message of positive thinking. The alternative Gospel of Joel Osteen and the prosperity preachers forgoes the cross and advises us to merely “do our best.” At its heart, this is …

  • Biblical Images of the Church by

    In this message we enter the subdivision of systematic theology known as ecclesiology. Dr. Sproul discusses different aspects of the Biblical Church, including the true meaning of church and how the true people of God exist substantially within “the invisible …

  • Blessed Are You If You Do Them by

    Just prior to suffering the unimaginable, the Lord of glory did the unthinkable — He took the form of a servant and washed the disciples’ feet. Then He called us to do the same. Drawn from the common painful experiences of …

  • Chapter 24, Sec. 1-Chapter 25, Sec. 2 by

    The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this message, Dr. John Gerstner examines the Westminster’s teaching regarding marriage and divorce and begins looking at the doctrine …

  • Chapter 24, Sec. 3-Chapter 27, Sec. 1 by

    The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this message, Dr. John Gerstner explains the responsibility of believers to commune with one another.

  • Chapter 30, Sec. 1-Chapter 31, Sec. 4 by

    The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this message, Dr. John Gerstner takes a look at church discipline and the place of synods and councils in the …

  • Conversion by

    We find many people who join the church who are not believers. Instead of focusing on the need for conversion though, many become tolerant to the hypocrisy. In this message, Mark Dever provides biblical thoughts on conversion and looks at …

  • Covenant Church by

  • Doctrine Divides by

    Many churches have proven that they can enjoy peace and unity. But at what cost? What divisive element can break the unity and be labelled a disturber of the peace? In this message, Dr. Sproul reminds us that “Doctrine Divides …

  • First Church by

  • Founded on the Apostles by

    If someone wants to know about Jesus, then reading the words He spoke would be a fine place to start. However, it may be tempting to remain in the gospels and neglect of rest of the New Testament. For some …

  • Good Advice or Good News? by

    In many American churches, the Good News of what Jesus Christ has accomplished for us has been replaced with Good Advice about what we can do for God. We have replaced the proclamation of Christ and Him crucified with an …