• Communion with God by

    In this lesson, Pastor Hamilton highlights a final feature of Calvinism as it shapes the lives of Christians. Calvinism, with its profoundly Trinitarian shape and content, cultivates communion with God. We are struck with such a Trinitarian emphasis as we …

  • A Life of Holiness by

    In this lesson, Pastor Hamilton sets forth three more features of Calvinism that should shape the life of Christians and the church. The first is living coram Deo, “before the face of God.” The second is living according to the …

  • God’s Sovereignty by

    Calvinism affects the life of every individual Christian, but it also affects the church corporately. The Holy Spirit conforms Christians to the image of Christ. In this lesson, Pastor Hamilton calls attention to the sovereign grace of God as one …

  • Godly Catholicity by

    The Reformed faith has a well-defined core of non-negotiable doctrines. But it has never possessed one complete and common theological expression. This fact helps us to appreciate the determined catholicity of John Calvin, which Pastor Hamilton examines in this lesson …

  • Calvinism’s Foundational Experience by

    In this lesson, Pastor Hamilton addresses the foundational experience that lies at the heart of Calvinism. As he does so, we are called to consider Isaiah 6 and the “common notes” that all believers share in the Christian life—even …

  • What Is Calvinism? by

    In this lesson, Pastor Ian Hamilton introduces us to John Calvin and helps us understand Calvinism. In the process, we find that Calvin was not a theological innovator, but he was indeed a magnificent systematician. We also learn that Calvinism …

  • Sanctification, Part 2 by

    In our last lesson, we began studying sanctification, which is very much a part of the gospel Paul preached (Rom. 6:19). Those who are justified become slaves of righteousness in glad submission to Christ and in the power of …

  • Sanctification, Part 3 by

    In our last two lessons, we looked at Paul’s teaching on sanctification from Romans 6 and 7, especially as it related to our union with Christ in His death and resurrection and how we live under His rule. In …

  • Sanctification, Part 1 by

    We have just studied justification by faith alone, which is at the heart—but is not the totality of—the gospel Paul preached. Indeed, we are delivered not only from the guilt and penalty of sin in justification, but also …

  • This is My Father’s World by

    The old saying goes, “You don’t polish brass on a sinking ship,” and Christians today might be tempted to see the world as the sinking ship. In this session, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson will remind us that the world was …

  • Questions and Answers #2 by

    Voddie Baucham, Stephen Nichols, R.C. Sproul, R.C. Sproul Jr., and Derek Thomas answer questions ranging from how God views the elect before they are saved, defining a Reformed view of speaking in tongues, and how to know if …

  • Questions and Answers #1 by , , , ,

    Sinclair Ferguson, W. Robert Godfrey, Steven Lawson, Albert Mohler, and R.C. Sproul answer questions ranging from addressing how we should speak with those who have embraced a homosexual lifestyle, to the use of images of Jesus and recent movies …

  • The World, the Flesh, and the Devil by

    To become a Christian is to be enlisted in a war, one that is fought on three main fronts. In this session, Rev. Voddie Baucham will remind us how the world, the flesh, and the devil work against the kingdom …

  • Do Not Love the World by

    Christians are called to be in the world but not of the world. Historically, many have found this a difficult goal to achieve. In this session, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey will explore why the church finds the world so appealing …

  • Out of This World by

    In previous centuries, it was said by some that children should be seen but not heard. Christians are often treated in the same way. In this session, Dr. Albert Mohler will argue that in our day, as in the days …