The Covenant of Grace in the Old Testament (Transcript)

If you listen to many in the church, our Christian lives should be characterized by happiness, excitement, and by overcoming difficulty. But, this life is often characterized by pain, toil, and suffering. What do we do with that? And what is it that we’re called to in the church?

The Covenant of Grace in the Old Testament

This is part 4 from our Introduction to Covenant Theology. In this class, this is our first of two sessions discussing the Covenant of Grace. In this session, we talk about the nature of the Covenant of Grace. Then we turn our focus on the promises and progressive revelation of the Covenant of Grace and trace them through the Old Testament, from Genesis to Malachi.

Introduction To Covenant Theology Part One

In this course, we are going to explore Covenant Theology. We will show you how Covenant Theology provides a framework for rightly reading and understanding your Bible that arises from scripture itself.

Did It Matter How Jesus Died? (Transcript)

Why is it that Jesus died on a cross–and not some other way? Does it matter? (Hint: It does.) Jon and Justin answer this question using all of Scripture from a redemptive-historical, covenantal perspective.

Did It Matter How Jesus Died?

Why is it that Jesus died on a cross–and not some other way? Does it matter? (Hint: It does.) Jon and Justin answer this question using all of Scripture from a redemptive-historical, covenantal perspective.

Is Your Theological System Any Good?

Some people say we should read the Bible with no presuppositions–and that it isn’t good to have a theological system. Is that possible? Is that right? Jon and Justin consider these things and how we should do biblical theology.

Is Your Theological System Any Good? (Transcript)

Some people say we should read the Bible with no presuppositions–and that it isn’t good to have a theological system. Is that possible? Is that right? Jon and Justin consider these things and how we should do biblical theology.

The “Five Points” of Reformed Theology

Jon and Justin answer a question that we get all the time: “When you say ‘reformed’ theology, what do you mean?” We offer our own “five points” on the subject.

The Waldo Hermeneutic

A quote by Sinclair Ferguson on how we have been improperly taught to read the Bible. The following paragraphs were taken from "A Preacher's Decalogue" under point three, "Don’t Lose Sight of Christ."

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