• Deliverance & Wilderness Media Resource by

    Exodus 33:19

    Israel was delivered from Egypt by the mighty hand of the Lord, yet the people rebelled against Him and wandered in the wilderness for forty years before entering into the Promised Land. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson examines the doctrines of grace in the books of Exodus, Leviticus, and Numbers to show how the light of the doctrines of grace shine even in Israel’s darkness. View Resource

  • God’s Grace in the Psalms Media Resource by

    Psalms 93-99

    The book of Psalms fully acknowledges the extent of man’s sin in order to magnify the glory of God’s grace. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson continues his study through the book of Psalms in order to showcase passages that teach the doctrines of grace and thus demonstrate why the Psalms are fundamentally a book of praise. View Resource

  • Grace in the Law Media Resource by

    Deuteronomy 2:30

    The book of Deuteronomy is the last book in the Pentateuch and is known as the “Second Law.” It consists of a series of sermons Moses preached to Israel so that they might be devoted to the Lord before entering the Promised Land. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson maps out the doctrines of grace in the book of Deuteronomy through a study of seven significant passages about God’s sovereignty and love. View Resource

  • Man’s Sin in the Psalms Media Resource by

    Psalms 2

    Studying the doctrines of grace in the book of Psalms can be a massive undertaking. With 150 different psalms collected over a thousand-year period, there is significant ground to cover. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson begins a study through the book of Psalms, highlighting passages that plainly teach about the reality of sin and thus affirm the doctrine of total depravity. View Resource

  • Messenger of Gospel Grace Media Resource by

    Isaiah 6:5

    The book of Isaiah has been called “The Fifth Gospel.” It is the first book found in the prophetical works of the Old Testament and is full of the truth of God’s sovereignty in salvation, pointing forward to the Messiah who would come to accomplish it. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson studies the major passages in Isaiah that demonstrate the consistency of the biblical witness about the doctrines of grace. View Resource

  • The Sovereign in History Media Resource by

    Judges 21:25

    The narrative line running through the book of Joshua to the book of Esther showcases God’s sovereignty over human history. Whether from the radical corruption in the period of the judges to His mighty power in the hearts of unbelieving kings, God’s sovereign presence is undeniable. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson surveys a large portion of Scripture, from Joshua to Esther, pointing out the work of God’s sovereign grace along the way. View Resource

  • The Sovereign in Suffering Media Resource by

    Job 14:4-5

    The book of Job is a window into the sufferings of a righteous man. It can be considered one of the darker books of the Bible, but that is precisely the reason why the doctrines of grace shine so brightly through it. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson focuses on the doctrines of the sovereignty of God and total depravity in the book of Job to shine a light on why the grace of God is absolutely necessary to save sinners. View Resource

  • Wisdom & Folly Media Resource by

    Proverbs 10:11-32

    The books of Proverbs and Ecclesiastes contain the wisdom of Solomon, son of David and king of Israel. After Solomon had been made king, he asked the Lord for an understanding mind, so it is no surprise that we find the truths of the doctrines of grace in his writings. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson highlights the depravity of man and the sovereignty of God in the books of Proverbs and Ecclesiastes in order to establish that God alone has the authority to bring about His saving purposes in the hearts of sinful men. View Resource

  • A Long Line of Godly Men Media Resource by

    Throughout history, there has existed a long line of godly men who have taught the doctrines of grace with one voice. These men were able to speak with one voice because they did not invent or create the doctrines of grace but only remained faithful to the teachings of Scripture. In this lesson, Dr. Lawson provides a panoramic view of the doctrines of grace as consistently taught throughout Scripture, from the Old Testament to the New. View Resource

  • God’s Unchanging Word Media Resource by

    1 Corinthians 1

    The Holy Spirit can use apologetics to break down barriers to the gospel; however, people are finally converted to Christ only through the power of the Word of God. In this session, Dr. Steven Lawson reminds us that the power of God is found in His Word and that He saves people through the preaching of the gospel that is foolishness to the world but the wisdom of God unto salvation (1 Cor. 1:20–25). View Resource

  • Preaching & Apologetics (Optional Session) Media Resource by

    In this session, Dr. Steven Lawson emphasizes the necessity of preaching and defending the truth when addressing both believers and unbelievers. View Resource

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

    A questions and answers session with Drs. W. Robert Godfrey, Steven Lawson, Stephen Nichols, and Derek Thomas. Questions: How can we defend the faith confidently when we have uncertainty? How can we fight doubt? (00:26) What does it mean biblically to be “called”? (07:00) How should understanding the history of the world, both biblical and secular, shape our reaction to modern events and future events? (10:25) How does personality come into play with apologetics? How can introverts be good witnesses for Christ? (13:02) What are the different approaches to apologetics, and which one do you prefer? (16:04) How should … View Resource

  • Teaching Fellows Roundtable Media Resource by , , , , , ,

    This roundtable discussion touches on topics related to discipleship, the state of the church, and Ligonier’s outreach. Questions: Why did you join this teaching fellowship? (1:01) From the beginning, we’ve been facing the culture, but we’ve also been facing the church, calling the church to be the church. How is that mission different today? What are the prospects for the future? What makes the ministry of Ligonier distinct and perhaps even unique in our day and age? (21:15) In what way does Ligonier come alongside the church? Why is what we do not competition with the local church? (27:59) … View Resource

  • Optional Session: The Moment of Truth Media Resource by

    This session describes the importance of biblical truth and explores some of the content from Dr. Lawson’s new book, The Moment of Truth. View Resource

  • Questions & Answers with DeYoung, Ferguson, Godfrey, and Lawson Media Resource by , , ,

    A questions and answers session with Kevin DeYoung, Sinclair Ferguson, W. Robert Godfrey, and Steven Lawson. Questions: Is awakening an event or a process? (00:42) How do we distinguish genuine awakening from counterfeit awakening? How does awakening in our personal lives differ from awakening in the church? (5:32) How does the First Great Awakening compare to the Second Great Awakening? (10:17) What is the difference between revival and reformation? How is awakening different from reform? (15:46) Does the Holy Spirit regenerate a sinner apart from hearing the gospel and exercising faith and repentance? (21:46) How should I deal with … View Resource