• The Essentials of Biblical Faith by

    The question isn’t ‘how much faith does a person need to be saved?’ but is ‘what kind of faith does a person need to be saved?’ And the answer is rather simple: Biblical faith. Continuing this study on …

  • The Great Exchange by

    First Corinthians 6:20 tells us that we were bought with a price. But there was more that happened at the cross than a flat out purchase. An exchange took place that was more of a legal transaction than a …

  • The Means of Salvation by

    What has caused your salvation? How were the benefits of Christ’s work on the cross applied to you? Through what means does God use to accomplish his plan of salvation? Dr. Sproul discusses these questions in “The Means of …

  • The Necessity of the Atonement by

    This session deals with the reason why atonement is necessary. It explains that it is due to the nature of God (His justice, holiness, and righteousness) and the nature of sin (the violation of God’s justice and law). Sin …

  • The New Perspectives on Paul (Part 1) by

    D.A. Carson examines the New Perspectives on Paul in this first of three lectures.

  • The New Perspectives on Paul (Part 2) by

    D.A. Carson examines the New Perspectives on Paul in this second of three lectures.

  • The New Perspectives on Paul (Part 3) by

    D.A. Carson examines the New Perspectives on Paul in this last of three lectures.

  • Theology Matters: Peace with God by

    Why does the believer in Christ not fear the wrath that is justly due to his or her sins? James White from Alpha and Omega Ministries examines this question.

  • The Reformed Doctrine of Justification by

    Dr. John V. Fesko, academic dean and associate professor of systematic theology at Westminster Seminary California, joins the panel of Christ the Center to discuss his book, Justification: Understanding the Classic Reformed Doctrine.

  • The Remission of Sins by

    When God sets His holy gaze into the hearts of men, He sees sin and wickedness embedded deep in us. What can possibly remedy the effects of this plague on our souls? When the filth of sin has stained your …

  • These He Also Glorified by

    This lecture will remind us that justification is not the end of the story. God has promised to make us righteous, and we can be confident that He will fulfill His promises.

  • The Selling of Indulgences by

    What if the coins in your pocket could free your loved ones from suffering under God’s wrath and send them straight to heaven? Dr. Sproul brings us back to the sixteenth century when people fell victim to the common …

  • What Does a Biblical Ecumenacism Look Like? by

    Ligon Duncan explains what a biblical ecumenacism looks like.

  • What Is at Stake with Wright’s View? by

    What is at stake with Wright’s view of justification? Steven Lawson and Sinclair Ferguson answer this important question.

  • Why Has Wright Struck Such a Chord? by

    Sinclair Ferguson and Ligon Duncan explain why N.T. Wright has struck such a chord with the evangelical community.