This lesson look at how people who deny the sufficiency of Christ will judge true Christians. As sub-categories this lesson covers the three aspects of the Mosaic law, Christian liberty, asceticism, and a few old Baptist taboos.
This lesson reminds us that we have everything we need in Christ by following Paul's thought regarding the triumph of Christ in us and outside of us. We examine four things, 1. Christ has filled us, 2. Christ has given us new life, 3. Christ has cancelled our debt, and 4. Christ has disarmed and shamed the enemy.
This lesson examines three things. 1. What does Paul mean when he says, "do not be taken captive?" 2. What does Paul mean by "philosophy and empty deceit?" 3. It looks at seven questions that get to the heart of any worldview, in order to find out whether it is built on the Rock of Christ Jesus or on sinking sand.
Defending Sola Fide by looking at James 2:18-24, Luke 18:18-31 and other texts commonly used by those who disagree with Sola Fide. Do those texts support or oppose justification by faith alone?
In this lesson we look at three things. We are told to have full assurance of understanding, we are warned not to be deluded by plausible arguments, and finally, we are encouraged to be rooted and built up in Christ Jesus. Other questions explored are, how do we know if we are knitted together in love, what are some of the plausible arguments used by the world, and what does it mean to think Christianly about everything.
Sola Fide demonstrated throughout the Bible, using various texts.
In this lesson we look at the role that suffering plays in ministry as we unpack Paul's statement, "I am filling up what is lacking in Christ's afflictions." We also look at what Paul means by mystery, and by what power it is all accomplished.
Introduction to Sola Fide, including history of heresies and discussion of Calvinism and the Baptist Confession of Faith.
This lessons looks at three primary points, 1. remember who you were, 2. remember what Christ has done for you, and 3. hold fast to the gospel. Other subtopics include biblical reasoning (deductive and inductive), the noetic effects of sin, and the perseverance of the saints.