• Here I Stand by

    In every generation, new attacks on the veracity of Scripture arise, and the church faces a choice. Will she stand firm on the inspired Word of God, or will she capitulate to the Spirit of the Age? In this message …

  • Higher Critical Views of Scripture (Part 1) by

      This seminary-level teaching series shows how God has revealed Himself both in historical events and in the words recorded and preserved for us in Holy Scripture.   

  • Higher Critical Views of Scripture (Part 1b) by

      This seminary-level teaching series shows how God has revealed Himself both in historical events and in the words recorded and preserved for us in Holy Scripture.   

  • Higher Critical Views of Scripture (Part 2) by

      This seminary-level teaching series shows how God has revealed Himself both in historical events and in the words recorded and preserved for us in Holy Scripture.   

  • Higher Critical Views of Scripture (Part 2b) by

      This seminary-level teaching series shows how God has revealed Himself both in historical events and in the words recorded and preserved for us in Holy Scripture.   

  • Homo Sapiens by

    In its third year as an academic institution, Reformation Bible College remains committed to providing an education governed by the wisdom of God revealed in Scripture. This session featuring Dr. Sinclair Ferguson is the address that is part of our …

  • How the New Testament was Formed (Part 1) by

    Considering all the writings that circulated within the church during the first four centuries, how did we end up with only twenty-seven books in the New Testament? When was the New Testament as we know it today recognized by the …

  • How the New Testament was Formed (Part 2) by

    Besides the writings that bore the familiar names of Peter, Paul, Luke, etc., there were other writings by people like Polycarp and Barnabas, but they were not included in the final New Testament canon. Why was that? We know that …

  • How the Old Testament was Formed (Part 1) by

    Continuing to look at “The Doctrine of Scripture,” Dr. Sproul introduces us to the development of the Old Testament Scriptures and helps us understand some of the history of the canonization of the Bible, in this message entitled “How the …

  • How the Old Testament was Formed (Part 2) by

    Many people consider writings such as the Apocrypha to be the inspired word of God that should be included in the canon of Scripture. Others consider the Talmud to be equally binding as the Old Testament writings. How should the …

  • Human Authors by

    Since God is the ultimate author of the Bible, why is it important for us to know which human hands actually wrote it down for us? Does it really matter whose name is on Matthew’s Gospel? How can it …

  • Human Language by

      R.C. Sproul uses “The Chicago Statement of Biblical Inerrancy” to explain the authority of Scripture. Loaded with helpful information on the implications of this core teaching, Thus Says the Lord can help believers understand and defend the Scriptures, while …

  • Infallibility and Inerrancy by

    With the rise of higher criticism, particularly in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Scripture has come under widespread attack, but specifically, the concepts of infallibility and inerrancy have been sharply criticized.  Dr. Sproul explains the importance of the “Infallibility and …

  • Infallibility and Truth by

    With all of the scientific discoveries we have made, can we still trust our Bibles to inform us in the field of science? Dr. Sproul says, “More than ever!” We constantly witness the ongoing clash between the teachings of secular …

  • Inspiration and Authority of Scripture by

    Out of Luther’s Diet of Worms conflict came the slogan at that time, called “sola scriptura”, simply, “the Scripture alone.” The great reformers would say that even though God did not personally write down the words on parchment, the …