Our focus in this series has been on the gospel that Paul preached, one that meets us at our point of need as sinners and continues with us all the way. Thus, it is fitting that Dr. Waters in our last lesson brings us to the end as we wrap up all that Christ purposes for us in the future. In many respects, we have seen already in the gospel that the future breaks into the present. Whether it is our justification or sanctification, we grasp to some extent now what awaits us in the end. Through the Spirit, as …
Reformation theology is more than an abstract set of Scriptural tenets. Rather, it is a coherent and comprehensive framework for thinking, living, and worship that is united around a central theme. Without the beautiful and compelling nucleus of the sovereign goodness and majesty of God, Reformed theology would lose its heart and soul. In this lesson, Dr. Reeves turns our attention to this magnificent core of Christianity: the joy-laden pursuit of the glory of God.