• God’s Design for Adam (Pre-Conference) Media Resource by

    This morning, as we turn to focus and to look at God’s design for Adam — as we’ve just spent some time marveling and looking at the wonder, and the joy, and the delight of what God has done in creating — we’re now going to turn to look specifically at the creation of man. And, while we’ve had some fun thinking about various things about the glory of creation, I now want to turn with you to really an area of contention, an area of debate, and step back a bit into history with you. In the 19th century, … View Resource

  • God’s Design for Creation (Pre-Conference) Media Resource by

    One of the tragic effects of the fall is that men and women seek to serve the creature rather than the Creator. In this session, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey reflects upon current cultural challenges to a biblical worldview in light of God’s design for creation. View Resource

  • The Aseity of God Media Resource by

    Genesis 1:1

    Of God’s many distinct attributes, one of the most difficult for finite human beings to come to terms with is His aseity, or self-existence. Unlike us, God has neither beginning nor end, and He is not dependent upon anyone or anything. In this message, as we consider God’s limitless abundance and our own neediness, Dr. Lawson invites us to seek full satisfaction and delight in the one who is the limitless source of all things. View Resource

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    Genesis 1:1

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  • Creation Ex Nihilo Media Resource by

    Genesis 1:1

    God created all things ex nihilo, “out of nothing.” By the command of His word, all things came into being. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul introduces the Christian doctrine of creation and shows how it is different from secular and atheistic views of creation. View Resource

  • The Eternal Drama Media Resource by

    Genesis 1:1

    How and when did God decide to save sinners from their sin? Was His plan an afterthought of the Fall? Considering all the sin in the world, does God need to constantly re-write the script to ensure that He gets the ending He wants? Considering these questions, Dr. Sproul takes us back to the very beginning to learn about the unfolding drama of redemption, and the director who guarantees all is going according to plan in “The Eternal Drama.” View Resource

  • God’s Eternal Love Media Resource by

    Genesis 1:1

    Because of our creaturely limitations, we are tempted to think of love only in terms of time and space. Almost by default, we frame God’s love in the context of creation. Yet we forget that love was not created. What was the object of God’s love before He made His people? What kind of love does God have for Himself and His children? In this lesson, Dr. Sproul discusses the eternal nature of God’s love and how we receive it. View Resource

  • The Breath of Life Media Resource by

    Genesis 1:1-2

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  • Order from Chaos Media Resource by

    Genesis 1:1-2

    Many Christians have either heard, or even muttered, the phrase, “The Holy Spirit is the forgotten person of the Trinity.” This assertion misses the real problem in the church today, a problem not extant in generations past. Christians know about the Holy Spirit, but, unlike the Father or the Son, they don’t really know who the Holy Spirit is. In this message, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson purposes to remove this ignorance by exploring the questions of the identity of the Spirit, the nature of His character, how we, as Christians, may come to know and have fellowship with Him, and more. View Resource

  • Without Form and Void Media Resource by

    Genesis 1:1-2

    How much time elapsed between Genesis 1:1 and Genesis 1:2? Was there a gap between God’s creation of the heavens and the earth and the six-days of creation? In this message entitled “Without Form and Void,” Dr. Sproul discusses the difficulties associated with the gap theory of creation. View Resource

  • Creation Media Resource by

    Genesis 1:1-3

    The whole scope of Scripture has been given to us by God for our instruction, for our reproof, and for our edification; Here Dr. Sproul starts out the “Dust to Glory” series in the first book of the Bible, Genesis. He speaks on the controversies we see and lessons we learn from Genesis’ recount of “Creation”. View Resource

  • Creation Media Resource by

    Genesis 1:1-3

    The whole scope of Scripture has been given to us by God for our instruction, for our reproof, and for our edification; Here Dr. Sproul starts out the “Dust to Glory” series in the first book of the Bible, Genesis. He speaks on the controversies we see and lessons we learn from Genesis’ recount of “Creation”. View Resource

  • The Holy Spirit in the Old Testament Media Resource by

    Genesis 1:1-3

    Most people are confused by the work of the Holy Spirit in the lives of the Old Testament saints. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul begins a study of the person and work of the Holy Spirit by looking at His work within the context of the Old Testament, confirming His role in empowering individuals to carry out particular functions on behalf of God. View Resource

  • Origin, Meaning, Morality, Destiny Media Resource by

    Genesis 1

    Our origin as creatures made in God’s image is the only thing that can give our lives meaning and serve as a basis for ethical living (Gen. 1:26–28). In this session, Ravi Zacharias looks at the importance of understanding our origin as image bearers of our divine Creator so that we can understand the meaning of life, what morality entails, and our final destiny. View Resource

  • Created in Six Days (Part 1) Media Resource by

    Genesis 1-2

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