• Sin, Part 1 by

    In the last lesson, we began with a summary of the gospel from 1 Corinthians 15. As we continue our studies, we will open up this message in more detail from Paul’s epistle to the Romans. In this lesson …

  • Sin, Part 2 by

    In the last lesson we began to look at the gospel Paul preached by considering the sin that makes the good news necessary. In Romans, Paul shows us how widespread and deep-rooted this plague of sin is. For hearts in …

  • Paul’s Life by

    Imagine if you were a first-century Christian meeting the Apostle Paul—or Saul of Tarsus, as he was called by his Jewish name. Instead of admiring him, you likely would have feared him as you faced this violent persecutor 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 Wicket Gate by

    When a person becomes aware of his or her sinfulness and need for a savior, he or she may experience a sudden and dramatic spiritual rebirth. Many Christians today and throughout church history have attested to their lives being instantly …

  • 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 …

  • Chapter 8, Sec. 5-Chapter 9, Sec. 5 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 concludes his study of the mediatorial work of Christ, followed by a look at whether …

  • Chapter 5, Sec. 2-Chapter 6, 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 examines the providence of God and the fall of man into sin.

  • Chapter 6, Sec. 5-Chapter 8, 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 finishes his study of the corruption of fallen man. He also looks at God’s …

  • Theology Night with Sinclair Ferguson & R.C. Sproul by ,

    On January 20, 2012, R.C. Sproul was joined by Ligonier Teaching Fellow Sinclair Ferguson to answer questions submitted by online viewers and those present at Saint Andrew’s. During this relaxed and informative evening, these two notable theologians and …

  • Why Do Christians Still Sin? by

    All Christians struggle with continuing sin in their lives, and many wonder why. If God answers prayers that are according to His will, and if God’s will is that we do not sin, why doesn’t God grant our …

  • What Is Evil & Where Did It Come From? by

    Many skeptics have challenged the consistency of the Christian worldview, arguing that evil could not have originated in a universe created by a wholly good God. Therefore, since evil exists, the universe could not have been created by a wholly …

  • Created in God’s Image by

    According to John Calvin, knowledge of God and knowledge of ourselves are intimately connected. It is important, therefore, that Christian leaders in the church teach and defend what God has revealed about the origin and nature of man. We did …

  • Cosmic Treason by

    Man did not remain in the state of righteousness in which he was created. He sinned against God and fell, becoming dead in sin and defiled in every faculty of soul and body. Most people today deny this fact, believing …

  • Man the Sinner by