• The Church and the Governing Authorities Media Resource by

    Romans 13:1-7

    As image bearers of God, we are instructed to pray for those in authority over us and to submit to them (Rom. 13:1–7; 1 Tim. 2:1–2). In this session, Dr. Derek Thomas considers and applies these responsibilities during periods of calm and crisis. View Resource

  • The Splendor & Fall of Babylon the Great Media Resource by

    Revelation 17:1-18:8

    Revelation’s seventh cycle begins with a vivid and detailed description of Babylon. Appearing as a prostitute who has seduced many nations and peoples, Babylon exudes arrogance, indulgence, and self-glorification. However exalted and unconquerable she may appear, the angels announce that her doom is certain. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey will examine John’s account of Babylon the great, noting the warning, hope, and encouragement that this narrative offers to God’s people. View Resource

  • On Heritage and Heroes Media Resource by

    At Reformation Bible College, students are trained in biblical, theological, and worldview studies in order to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ with clarity, urgency, and passion—regardless of what profession they enter. To do that, they need biblical principles and examples to follow. In this convocation address, Dr. Albert Mohler considers the role of heritage and heroes in developing Christian character. View Resource

  • The Eclipse of God Media Resource by

    In this session Dr. Sproul considers how modernism gave us a tame deist god, and then discarded him and how theological liberalism followed close behind. It will argue that within and without the church we seek to diminish God’s glory in the pursuit of our own. View Resource

  • God in a Book Media Resource by

    Reformed people are often accused of putting “God in a box.” This session explores how the Bible doesn’t limit our view of God but expands it, and how sundry methodologies such as Eastern prayer practices, Charismatic extremes, and others actually diminish God rather than exalt His transcendence. View Resource

  • The Lamb Who Reigns Media Resource by

    This message is a pre-conference round table discussion on Christianity, culture, and the reign of Christ over all things with Drs. George Grant, Keith Mathison, Michael Morales, Stephen Nichols, R.C. Sproul Jr., and R.C. Sproul. Video outline:1:57 What are we praying for when we pray the petition in The Lord’s Prayer that begins with “…thy Kingdom come?” 8:09 How would we reconcile Jesus’ statement that His kingdom is not of this world with His assurance that He has overcome the world and all authority in heaven and on earth have been given to Him? 25:28 What, if … View Resource

  • Questions & Answers Media Resource by , , , ,

    Drs. George Grant, Michael Morales, Stephen Nichols, R.C. Sproul Jr. and R.C. Sproul answer a variety of questions covering God’s sovereignty in salvation, predestination, the role of scholarship in doxology, religious pluralism, and more. Video outline: 00:41 Why are Reformed theologians are enamored with Roman Catholic writers such as G.K. Chesterton? 06:27 Does being a “city on a hill” imply that we don’t need to go meet the world where they are? 10:56 How do we minister to those who believe they have blasphemed the Holy Spirit? 12:34 How can we learn to study the … View Resource

  • The Fear Factor Media Resource by

    In the centuries following the Enlightenment, the flood of challenges to Christianity has been ongoing, and in the last century they have increased at a rapid rate. Scientific advances have become challenges. As the world has grown smaller, encounters with other religions have also raised challenges. In this message, Dr. Michael Horton looks at the way many Christians have responded in fear rather than taking up the challenge and offering a reasoned defense of the faith. View Resource

  • Foolishness to the Greeks Media Resource by

    Anti-intellectualism is not the only danger Christians face. Those who seek to reclaim the Christian mind face the opposite danger—allowing a desire to please God to mutate into pride and a vain desire for worldly respect. In this message, Dr. Steven Lawson explains how we must walk a fine line and never accommodate the gospel in an attempt to please the cultured despisers of Christianity. We have already seen the sad results of a previous attempt to do this in the nineteenth century. View Resource

  • Ignorance Is Not Bliss Media Resource by

    The apostle Paul knew his opponents’ views better than they did and never argued from a position of ignorance. In order to regain our Christian mind, we too must once again engage the world in a fully-informed way. In this message, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey explains the importance of training up a new generation of Christians who will reject anti-intellectual approaches and engage the philosophical, scientific, and religious challenges of the day in a fully-informed, Christ exalting way. View Resource

  • The (True) Scandal of the Evangelical Mind Media Resource by

    One of the most serious scandals of the evangelical mind is the fact that it has lost any coherent grasp of the “evangel”—the gospel. Among those claiming to be evangelicals, substitutionary atonement, imputation, and justification are all denied. In this message, Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. reminds us that we cannot have a Christian mind without the Christian gospel. View Resource

  • When Worlds Collide Media Resource by

    Truth is coherent, and we weaken our defense of it when we deal with issues in an atomistic manner. In order to regain our Christian mind, we have to have a coherent, fully-orbed Christian worldview. In this message, Dr. Del Tackett explains the importance of a Christian worldview, what it entails, and how we articulate it. View Resource

  • Have You Lost Your Mind? Media Resource by

    Christians today often do not think. Logic is considered worldly while contradiction is prized as a hallmark of true faith. In this message, Dr. R.C. Sproul provides an overview and introduction to the sad state of the Christian mind today, providing real world illustrations and examples of some of the problems we must overcome. View Resource

  • I’ve Got Half a Mind Too Media Resource by

    Our modern culture today is a theater of the absurd where irrationalism and relativism run rampant. We are told that Christianity may be “our truth,” but it isn’t everybody’s truth. In this message, Dr. Albert Mohler looks at the roots of today’s irrationalism, exposes its dangers, and explains how we as Christians should respond to it and inoculate ourselves against it. View Resource

  • OPTIONAL SESSION: The Next Story Media Resource by

    In this optional session, Tim Challies explains how and why our society has become reliant on digital technology, what it means for our lives, and how it impacts the Christian faith. Related Resource: The Next Story View Resource