• A Ransom Paid by

    Jesus told His disciples that He came to give His life as a ransom for many. Who did Jesus pay the ransom to? Was it the devil whom Jesus identified as the father of sinners? In this message entitled “A …

  • 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-Apostle & Mediator by

    The Bible unequivocally declares that there is one mediator between God and man, the man Christ Jesus. This was the message of the apostles. And for that message they lived and died to spread the good news of the gospel …

  • Christ Crucified by

    The Crucifixion remains the central event of history. The apostle Paul went so far as to say that he preached nothing but Christ and Him crucified. What did he mean? What did Christ do that upset the world so much …

  • 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 …

  • Christ Our Substitute by

    This session expands on the prophecy of the Suffering Servant in Isaiah 53, showing that Christ is the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world. It deals with the substitutionary nature of the atonement, explaining how …

  • Crucifixion by

    The apex of Christ’s redemptive work occurred when He was nailed to the cross and bore the penalty due to us. His crucifixion was an act of propitiation, satisfying the justice of God. In this lecture, Dr. R.C …

  • For Whom Did Christ Die? by

    Where did the idea of limited atonement come from? Do Calvinists believe that Jesus’ work on the Cross is limited? What was God’s design and purpose for the atonement of Christ? Did God offer the possibility of salvation for …

  • Questions and Answers by

    R.C. Sproul demonstrates why we need atonement and why Jesus is the only one who could atone for our sins. 

  • Resurrection by

    The Jewish and Roman leaders probably breathed a sigh of relief after Jesus died on the cross. They were finally rid of this man who had exposed their evil and hypocrisy. Or so they thought. In this lecture, Dr. R …

  • The Atonement by

    Paul reminds us that, as Christians, we are not our own, that we were bought with a price, and Jesus is our Master. Where does this metaphor of slavery come from? How does that relate to the metaphor of the …

  • The Christological Crisis by

    Who do you say that I am?” Jesus asked His disciples this question shortly before His death, and the same question presents itself to us. It is the most important question any of us will ever face. In this session …

  • The Curse of the Cross by

    Of the sayings on the cross that Jesus uttered, the one that has given Christians the most difficulty is “My God, my God! Why has thou forsaken me?” What exactly did Jesus mean by those words? Is it just an …

  • The Meaning of the Cross by

    Often when people are at a loss for words to describe an event, they say that you just had to be there to understand the full import of what happened. Does that apply when we contemplate the significance of Cross …

  • The Necessity of the Cross by

    Was the cross of Christ necessary in order for God to forgive sins? Why did God choose to use the means of the crucifixion to redeem His people from their sins? What is it about God that requires the death …