• Parable of the Ten Virgins Teaching Series with John Gerstner

    Matthew 25:1-13

    When Christ returns to claim His bride, it will be revealed that some of those who claim to know Him are in actuality false believers. He will find both wise virgins who have possessed faith and foolish virgins who have only professed faith. In this study of Matthew 25:1–13, John Gerstner reminds us that there are many in the church who are not really saved. He examines the outward works that both Christians and non-Christians may produce and encourages people in the church to search their hearts for the obedience that demonstrates the reality of the faith professed. View Resource

  • Handout Theology Teaching Series with John Gerstner

    In this classic one-hundred-message series, Dr. John Gerstner provides an in-depth overview of systematic theology. He explores what God has clearly revealed in Scripture about Himself, mankind, the fall, redemption, the church, and many other essential doctrines of the Christian faith. View Resource

  • The Westminster Confession of Faith Teaching Series with John Gerstner

    The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this series, Dr. John Gerstner focuses his lifetime of scholarship on a comprehensive treatment of the meaning and application of this important confession for the life of the church. This is an exceptional series for pastors and church leaders. View Resource

  • The Three Faces of Adam Teaching Series with John Gerstner

    From all eternity, God devised a plan to save a people for Himself. In this classic series, Dr. John Gerstner traces what he calls the three faces of Adam: as man, as sinner, and as saint. View Resource

  • Handout Church History Teaching Series with John Gerstner

    Dr. John H. Gerstner examines the twists and turns of church history, addressing major theological developments along the way. He demonstrates how God has been at work in each stage of church history and explains that Christians today can be confident that God continues to work in the church for His glory. View Resource

  • Silencing the Devil Teaching Series with Various Teachers

    We cannot know that God exists,” is something you thought would never be uttered from the mouth of Dr. R.C. Sproul. In this series, this statement, along with other assertions, is made by Dr. Sproul defying the possibility of knowing God as well as the existence of God. In Silencing the Devil, Dr. Sproul delivers the most common and forceful arguments against truth, God, and the Bible. But even Dr. Sproul as the Devil’s advocate is no match for Dr. Gerstner’s ability to turn false reasoning to dust. Silencing the Devil, while entertaining, is an effective and practical tool for … View Resource

  • Leadership Teaching Series with John Gerstner

    Luke 22

    Like the apostle Peter, we all run the risk of overestimating our loyalty to Christ in a way that makes us especially vulnerable to the attacks of the enemy. For Christian leaders especially, it is easy to think that the evil one will never be able to shake our faith. In this lecture based on portions of Luke 22, Dr. John H. Gerstner looks to Peter as a model of Christian leadership whom the Devil attacked. Dr. Gerstner reminds us that we must never underestimate the opposition or overestimate our own strength, and calls us to always remember Jesus Christ … View Resource

  • Handout Apologetics Teaching Series with John Gerstner

    Christian apologetics is that which deals with answering any and all critics who oppose or question the revelation of God in Christ and the Bible. This study explores a whole host of doctrines important to the church and defends them all against common objections and misconceptions. Working through this series will challenge and equip you to defend the faith. John H. Gerstner (1914-1996) was a Professor of Church History at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and Knox Theological Seminary and an authority on the life and theology of Jonathan Edwards. He pastored several churches before accepting a professorship where he taught church … View Resource

  • The Theology of Jonathan Edwards Teaching Series with John Gerstner

    Jonathan Edwards is often considered to be one of the greatest theologians in American history. Yet many people today have only a cursory understanding of this leader from the First Great Awakening. In this classic series, Dr. Gerstner systematically surveys Edwards’ theological convictions and explores the enduring influence of this eighteenth-century preacher. View Resource

  • Hell and Heaven Teaching Series with John Gerstner

    Many people deny the existence of the afterlife, especially the existence of hell. In this series, Dr. John Gerstner reminds us of the biblical truth: hell and heaven are real, and how we live today has eternal consequences. Drawing from the writing and preaching of Jonathan Edwards, he considers the terrors of hell, the treasures of heaven, and the reality that all of us will one day come face to face with God. View Resource

  • Galatians Teaching Series with John Gerstner

    Galatians 1-6

    Today, many people believe that their good works will get them into heaven, but they are gravely mistaken. When the early church in Galatia began to embrace this same error, the Apostle Paul wrote them an urgent letter in defense of the true gospel of grace. In this classic teaching series, Dr. John Gerstner closely examines Paul’s letter to the Galatians, outlining seven arguments that the Apostle makes to prove that we can only be made right in the sight of God through faith alone in Christ alone. View Resource