• Here We Stand in Christ Alone Media Resource by

    Romans 8:2-4

    The person and work of Christ form the heart of the Christian faith, and the Reformers called for the changes and reforms that they did only because they sought to make sure that Christ alone is glorified in our salvation. In this message, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson considers the key elements of solus Christus, looking at Christ’s incarnation, His active and passive obedience, His resurrection, and our union with Him. View Resource

  • Chapter 1:1-5 Media Resource by

    Galatians 1:1-5

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  • The Word Made Flesh: The Ligonier Statement on Christology Media Resource by

    Hebrews 1:1-4

    In this session, Dr. Nichols introduces the Ligonier Statement on Christology and explains why a biblical understanding of the person and work of Christ is the most pressing issue facing the church today and in the next generation. View Resource

  • No Hope Without It: The Life of Christ Media Resource by

    Luke 22:31-34

    God requires us to be holy as He is holy. As sinners, we deserve to be eternally punished for breaking God’s law. To satisfy our guilt before God, we need a substitute not only to die for our sins but also to fulfill the righteous requirements of the law on our behalf. In this session, Dr. Joel Beeke details the significance of the active obedience of Christ in His role as the second Adam and explain why there is “no hope without it.” View Resource

  • No Hope without It: The Life of Christ Media Resource by

    Galatians 4:4-5

    God requires us to be holy as He is holy. As sinners, we deserve to be eternally punished for breaking God’s law. To satisfy our guilt before God, we need a substitute not only to die for our sins but also to fulfill the righteous requirements of the law on our behalf. We need a mediator to succeed where Adam failed in keeping God’s commands. In this session, Dr. Steven Lawson details the significance of the active obedience of Christ in His role as the second Adam and explain why there is “no hope without it.” View Resource

  • OPTIONAL SESSION: Lessons from the Upper Room Media Resource by

    John 13-17

    In this session, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson highlights his new teaching series, Lessons From the Upper Room, which walks through John 13-17, and reminds us of the centrality of Christ in all of life. View Resource

  • Questions and Answers #1 Media Resource by , ,

    Deuteronomy 28

    Steven Lawson, Stephen Nichols, and R.C. Sproul answer questions ranging from the atonement and church history, to the dangers of Roman Catholic theology and Arminianism. Questions: What is the difference between the spiritual blessing of God found in the gospel, and the blessings or curses (based on obedience) that seems to be indicated in Deuteronomy? (1:30) Explain the picture that is being painted when the priest would lay his hands on the scapegoat in the Old Testament. (4:23) Was there a form of church discipline in the Old Testament? (7:10) What is the correlation between that (see previous question) … View Resource

  • Questions and Answers #2 Media Resource by , , ,

    Galatians 4:5-6

    Liam Goligher, Steven Lawson, Stephen Nichols, and R.C. Sproul answer questions ranging from the deity of Christ and the gifts of the Spirit, to church history and the future of ethnic Israel. Questions: Liam Goligher: What are the opportunities and challenges of ministering here in Philadelphia? (00:52) I know that God allowed sin to be in the world, but why would He if He could have prevented it? (3:15) How does expressing joy in worship relate to the Regulative Principle of worship? (5:47) In view of the previous question, would some in the Reformed community view George Whitefield skeptically … View Resource

  • Do for Others What Has Been Done for You Media Resource by

    John 13:12-21

    Most people are familiar with the “Golden Rule” of Matthew 7:12: “Do to others as you would have them do to you.” In this message, Dr. Ferguson connects this wellknown maxim to the foot-washing in John 13. As he continues to open up this event, Dr. Ferguson discusses the gospel as the key to understanding what Christ has done in washing His disciples’ feet and what He wants them to do in washing the feet of others. Dr. Ferguson challenges Christians to “do for others what has been done for you” by Christ. View Resource

  • Foot Washing in Five Stages Media Resource by

    John 13:1-12

    The day before His crucifixion, Jesus shared His heart with His disciples. In what we know as the Upper Room or Farewell Discourse of John 13-17, He announced His betrayal and denial; foretold His death, glorification, and departure from this world; promised the coming Holy Spirit; and prayed in preparation for all that was to take place. In this series, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson walks us through these events, whose setting he calls “five wonderful hours with the Master.” In this message, Dr. Ferguson especially examines Jesus’ foot-washing in five stages, physically and theologically, in which He reveals Himself as the … View Resource

  • Crucifixion Media Resource by

    Romans 3:21-25

    The apex of Christ’s redemptive work occurred when He was nailed to the cross and bore the penalty due to us. His crucifixion was an act of propitiation, satisfying the justice of God. In this lecture, Dr. R.C. Sproul explains what happened on the cross, how Christ was both a propitiation for sin and our redeemer. View Resource

  • Temptation Media Resource by

    Romans 5:12-19

    Immediately after His baptism, Jesus is driven into the wilderness to be tempted by the Devil. We are reminded here not only of Israel’s testing in the wilderness, but of the original test—the temptation of Adam. In this lecture, Dr. R.C. Sproul compares and contrasts the temptations of the first Adam and the second Adam, explaining how the results of each rested on whether trust was placed in the Word of God. View Resource

  • Baptism Media Resource by

    Matthew 3:13-15

    After four hundred years of silence, the voice of prophecy resumed in Israel with the arrival of John the Baptist. He came, calling all Israel to repent and be baptized. Jesus’ baptism by John marks the official beginning of His public ministry. In this lecture, Dr. R.C. Sproul looks closely at the baptism of Jesus, explaining how significant it was in his life and how relevant it is for our salvation. View Resource

  • The Glory of the Promise Media Resource by

    Genesis 3:12-15

    Dr. Ferguson will focus on the promise of God to crush the head of the Serpent, affirming that the fall did not frustrate God’s plan to make manifest His glory, but was in every way a part of His plan. View Resource

  • The Mystery of the Messiah Media Resource by

    Matthew 16:21-23

    From a small town mayor all the way up to the most powerful of world leaders, there are advisors who counsel public-office holders to help minimize potential damage to their career. The Bible records a scenario in which a King does not heed the counsel of one of His closest confidants, and as a result, the King paid with His life. Who was that King? Why didn’t He listen to the one who counselled Him? What was the scandal that the King’s friend was desperately trying to avoid? In this message, Dr. Sproul answers these questions as he discusses “The … View Resource