Looks at the Holy Spirit’s work of applying salvation to individual believers.
We Believe In Jesus – Lesson 1
Explores the role of God the Son throughout redemptive history.
We Believe In Jesus – Lesson 2
Explores the life and ministry of Jesus Christ.
We Believe in Jesus – Lesson 3
Explores Jesus’ fulfillment of the Old Testament office of prophet.
We Believe In Jesus – Lesson 4
Explores Jesus’ fulfillment of the Old Testament office of priest.
We Believe In Jesus – Lesson 5
Explores Jesus’ fulfillment of the Old Testament office of king.
We Believe In God – Lesson 1
Introduces how evangelical systematic theologians have approached some of the most basic issues related to understanding who God is and what he does.
We Believe In God – Lesson 2
Focuses on what theologians have often called God’s incommunicable attributes, how gloriously unlike his creation God is
We Believe In God – Lesson 3
Examines what theologians commonly call God’s communicable attributes, the ways that God and his creation are similar.
We Believe In God – Lesson 4
Explores how evangelical systematic theologians have approached the plan of God and the works by which he accomplishes his plan.
The Gospels – Lesson 1
Explores the literary character of the Gospels, their status in the Church, and their unity and variety.
The Gospels – Lesson 2
Matthew wrote the first gospel to explain that Jesus was the king of Jews that brought the kingdom of heaven, even though Jesus didn’t arrive in the way people expected.
The Gospels – Lesson 3
The persecution of Christians was on Mark’s mind as he wrote the second Gospel. Mark told the story of Jesus’ life in ways that strengthened the faith of early Christians and encouraged them to persevere through suffering.
The Gospels – Lesson 4
Luke described Jesus Christ as the one who saves. Humanity is lost and desperate, without help or hope, in need of salvation. The third gospel reminds us that Jesus died to save us.
The Gospels – Lesson 5
John wrote the fourth gospel to assure persecuted Jewish believers that Jesus was the fulfillment of God’s ancient promises to the Jews that Jesus really is the Christ, the Son of God. John wanted to make sure that they would remain faithful to Jesus and enjoy abundant life in him.
Islamic Perspective on the Doctrine of the Trinity
Islamic critics of Christianity regularly criticise Christians for apparently deviating from this emphasis upon the unity of God (often referred to by the Arabic word tawhid) through the doctrine of the Trinity. This doctrine is argued to be a late invention, which distorts the idea of the unity of God, and ends up teaching that there are three gods.
Kingdom & Covenant in the New Testament – Lesson 1
Examines why it’s important to devote ourselves to the careful, in-depth study of New Testament theology.
Kingdom & Covenant in the New Testament – Lesson 2
Points out one of the most prominent teachings of the New Testament: the kingdom of God.
Kingdom & Covenant in the New Testament – Lesson 3
Explores how New Testament authors relied on the concept of the new covenant to shape some of their most significant theological perspectives.
Kingdom Covenants & Canon of the Old Testament – Lesson 2
Explores a proper understanding of the Bible’s theology of the Kingdom of God by providing the most comprehensive outlook on the Old Testament.
Kingdom Covenants & Canon of the Old Testaments – Lesson 3
Explores how God governed his kingdom through a series of covenants that he established in Old Testament history.
Kingdom Covenants & Canon of the Old Testament – Lesson 4
Explores how the Old Testament canon presents specific guidance by examining the Old Testament as mirror, window and picture.
Building Biblical Theology – Lesson 1
This lesson focuses on a basic orientation toward biblical theology, the development of biblical theology through the centuries, and the interconnections between history and revelation.
Building Biblical Theology – Lesson 2
This lesson on synchronic synthesis of the Old Testament touches on three main issues: a basic orientation about what “synchronic synthesis” is; the ways Old Testament passages convey the historical information used in synchronic synthesis; and the synthetic theological structures discovered through synchronic syntheses of the Old Testament historical information.
Building Biblical Theology – Lesson 3
Diachronic development is the ways theological structures grew or developed over time. This lesson provides a basic orientation toward diachronic development, explores how epochal developments took place between major historical periods or epochs, and looks at how specific topics developed over time in the Old Testament.
Building Biblical Theology – Lesson 4
There are many similarities between the ways biblical theology approaches both Testaments, but there are also significant differences. This lesson focuses on: an orientation toward New Testament biblical theology, the development of the Bible’s teaching about eschatology, or the last days (a crucial issue in New Testament biblical theology), and how biblical theologians have approached New Testament eschatology itself.
Building Systematic Theology – Lesson 1
Compares New Testament theology with systematic theology, surveys historical developments, and explores the values and dangers of systematic theology.
Building Systematic Theology – Lesson 2
Begins with a general orientation toward technical terms, explores the formation of technical terms as well as the values and dangers of technical terms.
Building Systematic Theology – Lesson 3
Begins with a general orientation, explains the formation of propositions as well as the values and dangers of propositions.
Building Systematic Theology – Lesson 4
Begins with a general orientation, explains the formation of doctrines as well as the values and dangers of doctrines.