• Confidence in the Bible Media Resource by

    Established on God’s very own character, His Word abides through the ages. In this lesson, Dr. Nichols links the past with the present to show how the Bible is our sure-footed foundation for confidence and is as culturally relevant today as ever. View Resource

  • Confidence in the Gospel Media Resource by

    The gospel knows no bounds, and we have the testimony of the early church to prove it. In this lesson, Dr. Nichols shares how the gospel reached into the very heart of the Roman Empire despite all attempts to stop it. View Resource

  • A Time for Confidence Media Resource by

    History has demonstrated that there is nothing new under the sun. In this lesson, Dr. Nichols pulls from the history of the church to sketch models of godly confidence for us to follow through the cultural confusion of our own day. View Resource

  • Questions & Answers with Horton, Godfrey, Nichols, and Thomas Media Resource by , , ,

    A questions and answers session with Drs. Michael Horton, W. Robert Godfrey, Stephen Nichols and Derek Thomas. Questions: Dr. Horton, do you hear a who? (0:02) Is it okay if I don’t remember the moment I was converted? (1:09) Please define mercy and grace. Are they synonymous or distinct? (2:31) When Jesus says from the cross, “Father, forgive them for they do not know what they do,” does that imply ignorance can save? (3:36) Is there a point where we can go too far in confessing our sins to one another? (6:26) How can I witness to my friends … View Resource

  • Optional Session: The Legacy of Luther Media Resource by

    Martin Luther’s actions five-hundred years ago still affect us today. This session considers his legacy by touching on the book The Legacy of Luther. View Resource

  • Ligonier Teaching Fellows Panel Discussion Media Resource by , , , , ,

    Chris Larson moderates a panel discussion with some of the Ligonier Teaching Fellows on the subject of the goal of the Reformation. Questions: What is the goal of reformation? (1:08) What do we mean when we say ordinary means of grace ministry? (8:30) What is the mission of God as we look to the next 500 years? (21:31) Note: Answers given reflect the views of the individual speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views of Dr. R.C. Sproul and Ligonier Ministries. Here is our Statement of Faith. View Resource

  • A Discipleship Reformation Media Resource by

    The commitment of the Reformers’ to catechesis, formal education, developing Christian literature, and church planting as faithful methods of discipleship created a cultural infrastructure for biblical teaching to be passed down from one generation to the next. This session discusses how the biblical call to discipleship includes carefully developing and leveraging resources for the church in the West and abroad in order to proclaim the holiness of God in all its fullness to as many people as possible both now and in the future. View Resource

  • Living God’s Word: The Life of Augustine Media Resource by

    Augustine is one of the greatest theologians of the early church and one of the most important thinkers in western civilization. In this session, Dr. Nichols considers his doctrine of Scripture by focusing on his expositions of the Psalms and draws application concerning how the life of Augustine can instruct Christians in their study of Scripture. View Resource

  • October 30, 1517: The Eve of the Reformation Media Resource by

    Most people remember October 31, 1517 as the day Martin Luther nailed the ninety-five theses. But what drove him to list a series of theological statements for public dispute? Why did he focus on the importance of repentance for the Christian life? What did he want to achieve? In this session, Dr. Nichols considers what lessons can be learned from the life of Martin Luther on the eve of the Reformation. View Resource

  • Questions & Answers with Mohler, Nichols, Sproul, and Thomas Media Resource by , , ,

    A questions and answers session with Drs. Albert Mohler, Stephen Nichols, R.C. Sproul, and Derek Thomas. Questions: “No man knows the day or the hour concerning the second coming, not even the Son of man.” Does Jesus know now? (01:01) What does it mean when we say that Christ had a “reasonable” soul? (06:01) “Without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness of sins.” Why does it take blood and not some other substance? (06:53) Why was Jesus in the grave for only three days? (09:38) Since the Reformers were fallible sinners, can we trust their view of … View Resource

  • The Word Made Flesh: The Ligonier Statement on Christology Media Resource by

    In this session, Dr. Nichols introduces the Ligonier Statement on Christology and explains why a biblical understanding of the person and work of Christ is the most pressing issue facing the church today and in the next generation. View Resource

  • Morning Stars: What Was God Doing Before the Reformation? Media Resource by

    John Wycliffe has been called “the Morning Star of the Reformation.” Along with other luminaries such as John Hus, these earlier Reformers stood historically between the darkness of the medieval church and the light of the Reformation. In this session, Dr. Nichols explains how God used these men as forerunners of the Reformation. View Resource

  • Questions & Answers with Nichols, Sproul, and Sproul Jr. Media Resource by , ,

    A Questions and Answers session with Drs. Stephen Nichols, R.C. Sproul, and R.C. Sproul Jr. Questions: What is the value of studying church history before the Reformation? (00:08) What is the difference between Pelagianism and Semi-Pelagianism? How do these affect the world today? (03:17) Sproul, you have labeled yourself an “Imputationist.” Why have you chosen that label? (09:42) Since becoming a Christian, I have committed a lot of big sins. I am living a repentant life, but still fell guilty. What can I further understand? (13:19) Jesus is the Way, the Truth, the Life. What do each of these … View Resource

  • The Word Made Flesh: The Ligonier Statement on Christology Media Resource by

    In this session, Dr. Nichols introduces the Ligonier Statement on Christology and explains why a biblical understanding of the person and work of Christ is the most pressing issue facing the church today and in the next generation. View Resource

  • The Word Made Flesh: The Ligonier Statement on Christology Media Resource by

    A clear understanding of the person and work of Jesus Christ is absolutely vital for the church. Dr. Sproul and the Ligonier teaching fellows have labored carefully over each element of this unique and timely document. View Resource