• The Saints in Corinth Part 2 Media Resource by

    2 Corinthians 5:14-21

    The gospel is the power of God for salvation for all people, yet it remains veiled for all who are hardened in unbelief. This reality proves that the atonement is not universal, and that salvation must be accomplished through a sovereign act of God. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson teaches the doctrines of grace within the context of 2 Corinthians, explaining why some reject the gospel while others experience God’s power. View Resource

  • Salvation in Galatians & Ephesians Media Resource by

    Ephesians 1:3-14

    The books of Galatians and Ephesians are full of rich doxology precisely because they are full of rich theology. This is particularly true in Ephesians 1:3–14, a beautiful passage that outlines Paul’s theology of election. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson highlights the truth of election and the nature of the atonement in Galatians and provides a lengthy study of election in Ephesians 1. View Resource

  • Depravity & Election in John Media Resource by

    John 3:3-8

    The gospel of John is the Mount Everest of the doctrines of grace. In it, we catch a glimpse of the doctrines of grace from the highest vantage point, from the perspec-tive of eternity. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson introduces a study on the loftiness of the doctrines of grace in the gospel of John by starting with the doctrines of total depravity and unconditional election. View Resource

  • The Evangelism of Acts Media Resource by

    Acts 13:48

    The book of Acts is the most evangelistic book in the entire Bible. In it, the power of the gospel is on display as the gospel goes forth from Jerusalem to the ends of the earth. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson overviews the doctrines of grace in the history of the first-century church as contained in the Acts of the Apostles. View Resource

  • The Grace & Love of God Media Resource by

    Romans 11:36

    The doctrines of grace are a pure expression of God’s love and grace. In the previous lecture, Dr. Lawson introduced five characteristics of the doctrines of grace to begin our study through the New Testament. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson continues his introduction by offering seven more characteristics of the doctrines of grace to show the coherent arrangement and rich theological content of the doctrines of grace. View Resource

  • Grace Throughout the Ages Media Resource by

    Matthew 16:18

    God’s grace extends triumphantly throughout the ages, calling men and women to believe the gospel and, when they do, bringing them all the way to glory. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson continues his introduction to the doctrines of grace in the New Testament with five additional characteristics of the doctrines of grace, exploring such concepts as man’s responsibility and God’s faithfulness to the church throughout all of history. View Resource

  • The Love of God in Christ Media Resource by

    John 3:16

    “For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.” John 3:16 is the most well-known verse in the entire Bible, and for good reason. It clearly communicates the love that God has for us in Christ. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson studies the doctrine of limited atonement in the gospel of John, presenting the unique interpretive challenges of John’s vocabulary alongside the undeniable case for the particular nature of the atonement in his gospel. View Resource

  • Man’s Sin in the Synoptics Media Resource by

    Matthew 5:3

    The Synoptic Gospels—Matthew, Mark, and Luke—contain parallel teachings of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. As the sum and substance of the doctrines of grace, Jesus is the greatest expositor of the doctrines of grace ever to have lived. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson looks at Jesus’ teaching on the doctrine of total depravity in the Synoptic Gospels by focusing on the book of Matthew. View Resource

  • Our Calling & Security Media Resource by

    John 3:3-16

    Thus far, Dr. Lawson has demonstrated the doctrines of total depravity, unconditional election, and limited atonement from the gospel of John. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson will make the case for the doctrines of irresistible grace and the perseverance of the saints in John’s gospel, highlighting passages that clearly teach the efficacious ministry of the Holy Spirit in making and sustaining believers all the way to the end. View Resource

  • The Long Line Continues Media Resource by

    The absolute uniformity of the doctrines of grace in the Old Testament carries over with an equal uniformity to the New Testament. The reason for this consistency is that the doctrines of grace did not originate with man. They are God’s doctrines. In this lesson, Dr. Lawson introduces this study of the doctrines of grace in the New Testament by providing an overview of five primary characteristics of the doctrines of grace. View Resource

  • Herald of Covenant Promises Media Resource by

    Jeremiah 1:5

    The prophet Jeremiah began his ministry during the reforms of King Josiah. He witnessed the short-lived reforms in Judah and prophesied of a coming exile at the hands of the Babylonians. The prophecies and laments about this historic event are contained the books of Jeremiah and Lamentations. In this lesson, Dr. Lawson examines these books to direct our attention to the promises of God during one of the most calamitous times in the history of Israel. View Resource

  • Minor Prophets, Major Message Media Resource by

    Hosea 2:23

    The prophets warned the Israelites before exile, strengthened them during exile, and gave them hope after exile. This hope was founded on the fundamental truth that salvation is of the Lord. In this lesson, Dr. Lawson surveys the Minor Prophets by highlighting the doctrines of grace to demonstrate that, though they are called “Minor” Prophets, they have a major message. View Resource

  • Prophets of Renewal & Power Media Resource by

    Ezekiel 11:19-20

    Like the book of Jeremiah, the book of Ezekiel is filled with God’s promises to make a renewed people for Himself. For this reason, Ezekiel is rich with the truth of the working of God’s sovereign grace in the heart. In this lesson, Dr. Lawson focuses on the new covenant promises in the book of Ezekiel as well as key passages about the sovereignty of God in the book of Daniel. View Resource

  • The Book of Beginnings Media Resource by

    Genesis 5:3

    The doctrines of grace can be traced in Scripture all the way back to the book of beginnings. In the previous lecture, Dr. Lawson surveyed the doctrines of grace in the account of the creation and fall in Genesis. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson will trace the doctrines of grace throughout the rest of the book to demonstrate how these doctrines form the theological foundations of all of Scripture. View Resource

  • Creation & Fall Media Resource by

    Genesis 1-3

    The doctrines of grace are introduced in the opening scenes of the Bible. In telling of the events from the creation of all things to the fall of man, these chapters display God’s sovereign power and mercy. In this lesson, we will begin to trace the doctrines of grace through the Old Testament, beginning with the first book of Moses, as Dr. Lawson unfolds the revelation of the doctrines of grace in Genesis 1–3. View Resource