Part 31 of an exposition of systematic theology. Mr. Brogden explains the Baptist view of Baptism, another means of Grace, teaching the history and flaws of paedobaptism, but more importantly the significance of this ordinance and what it teaches us about salvation.
Part 30 in an exposition of systematic theology. Mr. Wright elevates God's Word as our primary means of Grace, from which all other means flow.
Part 29 of an exposition of systematic theology. Mr. Loyd defines the regulative principle as it applies to worship, using passages from the both Old and New Testaments.
Part 28 of an exposition of systematic theology. Mr. Loyd explains the doctrine of the Sabbath day, establishing a proper understanding of what the Sabbath was in the Old Testament, and teaching us ways in which the Sabbath has changed in the New Covenant, so that we may properly observe ...
Notes on Church Gov't & PowerPart 27 of an exposition of systematic theology. Pastor Stephen addresses the issue of church structure and government, listing the most common views on the subject, focusing on the eldership view, also known as Reformed Baptist Congregationalism.
Dr. James White gives a concise, scholarly apologetic for the historical reliability of the New Testament manuscripts, giving us the basic information we need to combat the argument that the New Testament is an unoriginal, erroneous document filled with translation error.
Part 26 of an exposition of systematic theology. Pastor Stephen teaches us what the church is, who it's members are, and the responsibilities of the leaders of the church.
Part 25 of an exposition of systematic theology. Mr. Brogden teaches about the doctrine of the baptism of the Holy Spirit, answering questions such as what it means to be baptized by the Spirit, whether we can have other experiences with the Spirit after regeneration, and how we should understand ...