The most common view of the atonement of Jesus is that Jesus died for everyone—that is, all people from all places in all times, every single human being that ever existed. But in order to take advantage of the benefits of the cross, one must first believe to be saved. Such a view is attractive, until we take a closer look at it. Dr. Sproul will look at this view in light of Scripture in this message entitled “Limited Atonement.”
Throughout this series, Dr. Kruger has critiqued the prevalent belief that the New Testament canon was invented by the church in the fourth or fifth century. But when did the books of the New Testament start being used as Scripture? In this lesson, Dr. Kruger examines the history of the early church, uncovering substantial evidence that the believers from the period of the New Testament onward were consistently reading, teaching, and relying on the core of the New Testament canon as the Word of God.