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Ephesians

6 Lessons

“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



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FORGIVENESS: The Formula to Freedom

6 Lessons

This workbook based course on forgiveness by Daniel L. Robinson, is designed for application in a person’s life. Forgiveness is not just suggested by God, but commanded. Yet it gets so tangled at times that we lose sight of what it is that God has called us to do. This study is more than an overview; it is practical and can take one on a journey as deep as they need to go. Forgiveness is God’s solution to freedom from many of our personal problems.

Dan and Star Robinson, church missionaries with InFaith, have been ministering the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ at the Takilma Bible Church in Oregon for many years. They have seven children: six girls and one boy. Learn More




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Foundations for Christian Leadership

13 Lessons

In this series, a critical examination of Christian Leadership is made from a Biblical perspective. Fundamental principles are explored pertaining to the qualifications for leadership within the church. These rudimentary standards include personal integrity, spiritual maturity, family relationships, and relationships with others. Basic principles for building unity and spiritual strength within a group of believers are also explored along with steps leading to their practical application. Learn More



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Foundations: An Overview of Systematic Theology, Part 1

30 Lessons

Does your knowledge of theology make you a better Christian? Or is it just an intellectual exercise? The background of the word theology is rather simple and points out the importance of its study. The word comes from two Greek words, theos and logos, meaning “God” and “word” correspondingly. Thus, theology attempts to come to a coherent understanding of the knowledge of God. In the case of the Christian faith, B. B. Warfield said, “Theology is the science of God and His relationship to man and the world.”

However, many Christians are suspicious of one word in that definition: science. What many do not know is that for most of the last two thousand years, there was no animosity between science and theology. Theology was called “The Queen of the Sciences,” and all other disciplines saw her as their matron and themselves as her handmaidens. Theology informed the natural sciences with answers to the ultimate questions of being, while the natural sciences informed theologians of the glories of God revealed in the stars, the oceans, and the human body. But there came a time when man’s desire for autonomy confounded this mutually beneficial relationship. From the Enlightenment onward, theology, far from being simply demoted to a handmaiden, became an outcast, a crazy aunt hidden in the basement of academia.

This series is but an introduction to the field of systematic theology. And it is no substitute for knowing personally the God for whose glory these lectures and this study guide were created. But this field of study has been extraordinarily rewarding to me in my Christian journey. Not a day passes that I do not benefit from God’s revealing of Himself in a logical fashion. We serve a God who is rational, and systematic theology highlights that good news.

May this series better enable you to love God with your heart, soul, mind, and strength.

Sincerely,
R.C. Sproul



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