Dr. Sproul examines questions about life which were raised by one of the wisest men who ever lived. Each lecture offers insight into the dynamics of a responsible Christian world view.
“When Christ redeemed us from sin and death, He incorporated all believers into His body. It is therefore critical to understand the nature and calling of the church that we might be effective members of the one body that is called to bear witness to God’s grace in this world. This overview of the book of Ephesians by R.C. Sproul examines these important topics and demonstrates why they are essential to life before the face of God.” Learn More
The fundamental bases of the Christian faith are explored, answering such questions as, “Why did God save me?”, “What should the role of the church be?” and “What does it mean to be a Christian?” Learn More
This 3-unit course is designed to provide you an overview of the New Testament Epistles. Learn More
This study examines the basic foundations of Judeo-Christian thought, contrasting the biblical explanation and the secularist’s view of life’s meaning. Through an exploration into the lives of the patriarchs of Genesis, the lecturer finds valuable insights into how we can live, growing in our recognition and appreciation of God. Learn More
This series covers the revelation, person and creation of God. The three main divisions of this study are entitled “God and the Bible”, “The Attributes of God”, and “God and Creation.” Learn More
In this course, students explore the proper place of Christ in perspective with the whole of scripture. Each of the twelve insightful lectures presents a new aspect of the role of Christ as seen from a Jewish perspective. Yom Kippur, the lineage of Christ, and progressive revelation through the context of scriptures are brought to light. Qualities of faith in Christ, including endurance, continued maturity and adoration for God are displayed for the student’s contemplation. Learn More
Joshua, a great leader in scripture gives us a practical example of what God can accomplish through a committed believer. Dr. Campbell explores the life and exploits of Joshua. The life and ministry of Daniel is presented in light of his relationship to the world in which he lived and his commitment to God. Lessons are drawn from Daniel in light of their impact upon the lives of believers today. Learn More
A 3 section overview of the New Testament based on the book, “What the Bible Is All About” by Dr. Henrietta C. Mears and the video series with the same title with teacher Dr. Elmer L. Towns. Material is also taken from Walk thru the Bible and Nelson’s Complete Book of Bible Maps and Charts.
A 3 Section overview of the Old Testament based on the book, “What the Bible Is All About” by Dr. Henrietta C. Mears and the video series with the same title with teacher Dr. Elmer L. Towns. Material is also taken from Talk thru the Bible and Nelson’s Complete Book of Bible Maps and Charts.
Join Dr. Sproul on a unique study tour as he explores the major themes, events, and people that are brought to life in the Bible. Dust to Glory provides a panorama of biblical truth and a starting point to help you understand the content of the Bible. Dust to Glory can energize your study of the Bible, provide you with new insights, and improve your ability to read, understand, and apply Scripture to your life.
Life today is filled with the stress of dealing with change. Even the child of God is susceptible to fear and doubt because of the effect of life’s circumstances. But in the Epistle to the Philippians, the Apostle Paul explains how we can rejoice no matter what our circumstances. Because of what Christ has done and is doing in us, we can have joy in life. Learn More
Part I includes chapters 1-7. Sin, justification by faith alone, sanctification, comfort in Christ and the sovereignty of God are highlighted. Learn More
Part II encompasses chapters 8-12. Salvation, righteousness, and unity and diversity in the church are explored. Learn More
Part III dwells on chapters 13-16. This section deals with such issues as the Christian and government, liberty in Christ and encouraging one another. Learn More
If you own a Bible, you have the result of 3450 years of the God of the universe communicating with the people He created and loves. Yet, how did this wonderful message from God become the Bible we know and love today?
The Enduring Word is the little known story of the writing and preservation of the Bible from its earliest form to its most famous English revision—the King James Version of 1611.
InFaith field staff member Terry Pruett will take us on a journey through the history of our Bible. The message will include a Powerpoint presentation with audio, of actual pages salvaged from the remains of Bibles from the 11th to the 17th century—including an Akkadian cuneiform tablet, ca. 1900 B.C. and a portion of a Hebrew Torah scroll.
12 lessons—Dr. J Dwight Pentecost
This is a study of the gospel account of the life and ministry of Christ in relation to the historical and cultural settings of the day. In this course, the principal messages of Christ’s teachings are presented. Learn More