Part 4 of an overview of church history. Mr. Wright looks at several of the important characters and works that were important during the Christianity’s interaction with the Roman Empire.
Part 3 of an overview of church history. Mr. Frye discusses some of the background, personalities, and literature of the Sub-Apostolic Age.
In the third and final part of our series on missions, Pastor Voddie examines the text of 2 Timothy and its relation to the idea of missions.
Pastor Voddie Baucham examines the Great Commission and explains what is the meaning and significance of this great passage.
Pastor Voddie addresses the conflict that those who seek to evangelize often meet with; disbelief in the resurrection.**NOTE** Part one of this series will hopefully become available within seven days. Thank you for your patience.
Pastor Voddie Baucham begins a three part Sunday School series on the topic of Missions. This class explains the Biblical Basis of missions from both the Old and New Testaments.
Mr. Wright argues for the classic reformed doctrine of the threefold division of the law.
Mr. Wright addresses the significant biblical genre of Old Testament Narrative, warning us to avoid simply using the stories for moral character lessons.
Pastor Stephen teaches us the unique attributes of Revelation as literature, and how to interpret it from an idealist perspective.