This is a recent lecture I gave on the doctrine of the Trinity. This is part of the Rooted in Truth class which is an overview of systematic theology.
How was Jesus able to bear our ETERNAL wrath on the cross?
Here is an MP3 download of two sermons I preached recently on the topic of eternal security and perseverance of the saints. Kept by the Power of God Part 1 makes a case from Scripture for the doctrine of the perseverance of the saints. Part 2 looks at arguments and scriptures used to argue that […]
This is a video briefly explaining the three views of the Millennium (Premillennialism, Postmillennialsm and Amillennialism). If you are looking for something a little more in depth, here is a link to a previous post on the issue. The Millennium: A Look at Revelation 20
Here is a short video I did on the importance of systematic theology. It starts with an analogy as to why it is important and then briefly covers the eight main categories usually associated with systematic theology.
When we celebrate Palm Sunday we are celebrating a great event. As we see Jesus ride into Jerusalem on a donkey and allow the people to praise Him as king, there are many things we can learn. But there is one aspect that is fascinating as it deals with Passover. We know that Passover was […]
“Of his own will begat he us.” Regeneration and all consequent blessings come to us entirely through the absolute but gracious will of God. He is not bound to give; he may, if he wills, withhold. We have no claim upon God, except the claim of justice; and what would that involve but that he […]
Gordon Clark being a presuppositionalist normally did not argue for the existence of God, but in this case he thought it was valuable. Taking his cue from Augustine, he developed this argument. This argument is also given by Alvin Plantinga in a slightly different way. The following is Ronald Nash’s explanation of Clark’s argument. Gordon […]