• Is Christ Really the Only Way? Media Resource by

    Acts 4:12

    Many people today believe that Jesus existed, but who do they believe that He is? What does the Bible say about the “most influential person in history,” and what does He say about Himself? In this session, Dr. Stephen Nichols discusses the importance of knowing the truth claims Jesus made about Himself and how to provide a biblical answer for objections to His holiness. View Resource

  • Chapter 1:6-10 Media Resource by

    Galatians 1:6-10

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  • The Apostle’s Defense Media Resource by

    Galatians 1:11-24

    In the introduction of his letter to the Galatians, the Apostle Paul offered a definition of the gospel along with a warning about the destructive nature of false gospels. Because certain false teachers were attacking the legitimacy of Paul’s ministry in an attempt to undermine the gospel, Paul needed to defend his own ministry and Apostleship. In this lesson, Dr. Thomas focuses our attention on the significance of Paul’s teaching about his past, his conversion, and the origin of his gospel. View Resource

  • The Only Gospel Media Resource by

    Galatians 1:1-9

    The grace of God in the gospel is central to the Christian faith. No sooner had the message of the gospel taken root in the churches of Galatia than false teachers began to disseminate a false gospel among new believers. In response, the Apostle Paul zealously defended the truth of the gospel for the preservation of Christianity. In this lesson, Dr. Thomas introduces us to the background and key factors involved in the Galatian controversy, along with the Apostle Paul’s zeal to defend the gospel. View Resource

  • Advancing the Gospel Media Resource by

    Philippians 1:12-18

    Paul was so committed to the gospel that he was pleased when it was being presented accurately even if the motives of particular preachers were not pure. In this session, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey reminds us of the primacy of the gospel and that God’s Word will not return void regardless of man’s imperfection. View Resource

  • Approving What Is Excellent Media Resource by

    Philippians 1:1-11

    The Apostle Paul had a special affection for the church at Philippi, and this love shines through in the opening verses of his epistle to the Philippians as he tells them how he is praying for them. In this session, Dr. Stephen Nichols highlights Paul’s priorities in prayer. View Resource

  • A Reformation of the Heart Media Resource by

    Ephesians 1:7-10

    The Reformation brought a renewed sense of the depths of human depravity as well as gospel assurance. In this session, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson explores how the Reformers restored to Christians a true view of their sin, the love of God, and other matters of the heart. View Resource

  • 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

  • The Unknown God Media Resource by

    Acts 17:16-31

    In today’s world, Christians must answer the claims of atheists, agnostics, and those who claim that there are many ways to God. In this session, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey looks to Paul’s encounter on Mars Hill from Acts 17 as a model for how we are to answer objections to the Christian faith. View Resource

  • Optional Session: Guarding the Faith Media Resource by

    2 Timothy 1:13-18

    This session explains the importance of guarding the Christian faith by faithfully expositing the Word of God, and it considers how the careful teaching of God’s Word is bringing awakening in Latin America. View Resource

  • What Is the Gospel? Media Resource by

    The Reformation was born as people sought to recover the biblical gospel, and in our own day there is a desperate need for men and women to return to the gospel found in Scripture. This meditation defines the gospel and exhorts us to stand fast for its truth. View Resource

  • Living the Reformation Today Media Resource by

    Romans 1:16-17

    While we must honor what God has done in the past, God calls us to serve Him today. This meditation addresses what it means to be a light in the world as we learn from the Reformation how to follow Jesus in our own context. View Resource

  • Grace in the Gospel Media Resource by

    Matthew 11:28

    The Marrow Controversy raised fundamental questions about the gospel, how it is to be presented, and what exactly it is. In this lesson, Dr. Ferguson clarifies the relationship between the doctrine of election and the free offer of the gospel. View Resource

  • How a Marrow Grew Media Resource by

    Ephesians 1:3-10

    Controversy erupted in eighteenth-century Scotland over the Auchterarder Creed and a work titled The Marrow of Modern Divinity. In this lesson, Dr. Ferguson recounts the history of this debate and its relevance for the Christian life. View Resource

  • International Panel Discussion Media Resource by , , , , ,

    On this panel, various international speakers discuss how God is working in their respective countries. They consider how reformation is taking place today and what the global future of the church may look like. Questions: What is the difference between the church in Scotland, and the church in America? (1:15) What does training for gospel ministry look like in the UK? (6:42) How is the exclusivity of Christ alone under attack in different cultural contexts? (11:38) How can the North American church and the global church better pray and serve each other? (29:35) Note: Answers given reflect the … View Resource