• After Darkness Light by

    The Apostle Paul warned the church against those who would replace the true gospel, embraced by faith alone, with a false gospel. In this new series, Dr. Sproul looks at what the doctrine of justification means, and the consequences awaiting …

  • Apart From the Works of the Law by

    This lecture will explain and defend the doctrine of justification by faith alone, emphasizing the imputed righteousness of Christ.

  • The Article on Which the Church Stands or Falls by

    Was the Reformation debate over justification by faith alone a tempest in a teapot? There are many today who think so, many who argue that the Reformation is over. In this message, Dr. R.C. Sproul will explain why the …

  • Assessing the Piper-Wright Debate on Justification by

    Denny Burk leads a panel discussion at Boyce College on the subject of N.T. Wright’s new book Justification: God’s Plan & Paul’s Vision (April 2009). Denny Burk is joined by SBTS professors Tom Schreiner, Mark Seifrid, and Brian Vickers.

  • Attacks on Justification by

    Joseph Pipa addresses contemporary attacks on justification.

  • Blessing and Curse by

    This session places the atonement within its redemptive-historical (i.e., covenantal) context. It explains the meaning of blessing and cursing from a biblical perspective, and what it meant for Christ to bear the curse of God (Gal. 3:13).

  • By Christ Alone by

    Can good works save you from your sins? Of course they can. Although there is no good work a sinner can do that deserves merit from God, there is One whose work does deserve merit. And it is because of …

  • By Faith, or By Faith Alone? by

    If we were truly saved by faith alone, wouldn’t the Bible use the term faith alone? If that phrase isn’t in the Bible, then why are the protestant Reformers always teaching this concept? In “By Faith, or Faith Alone …

  • The Carnal Christian by

    Do works produce faith, or is it the other way around? There are many who have confused the order of things concerning faith, justification, and works. In “The Carnal Christian,” Dr. Sproul addresses this problem and helps us understand the …

  • The Challenge of the New Perspective to Biblical Justification by

    Albert Mohler interviews John Piper and Ligon Duncan on the topic of justification by faith and the New Perspective on Paul (August 2009).

  • Chapter 10-Chapter 12 by

    The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this message, Dr. John Gerstner examines the doctrines of effectual calling, justification, and adoption.

  • Clothed in Righteousness by

    Justification is the article upon which the church stands or falls, the main hinge on which religion turns. Yet as important as justification is, many Christians remain confused about it, and others actively blur its features. In this lecture, Dr …

  • A Critical Assessment of “The New Perspective on Paul” by

    Dr. Cornelis Venema provides a critical assessment of the New Perspective on Paul. This lecture was presented at the 2004 annual meeting of Reformed Fellowship, Inc. Learn more about Reformed Fellowship at their website www.reformedfellowship.net.

  • The Essentials of Biblical Faith by

    The question isn’t ‘how much faith does a person need to be saved?’ but is ‘what kind of faith does a person need to be saved?’ And the answer is rather simple: Biblical faith. Continuing this study on …

  • For Justification By Faith Alone by

    The doctrine of justification by faith alone was at the center of the Reformation debates. The Reformers declared that justification is by faith alone, not by faith and works. The biblical doctrine of justification by faith alone is absolutely essential …