The Bible Project is a non-profit organization that is working to help equip the church with good systematic, and biblical theology. Here is a blog containing the rest of the videos they have created. AdvertisementsRead more "Want An Introduction to “Covenants”?"
This is a short story from a wonderful little book about God’s personal, unconditional and irresistible love. It is a little hoaky in spots, but serves for illustrating the powerful point that God’s love doesn’t wait for us to ask for it – but overcomes our resistance to Him. God doesn’t wait for hard hearts to […]Read more "God’s Love is Stronger Than Our Hate"
Does the name of your ministry really matter? Is it just the garnish on the side of the real meat and potatoes of what you are doing? The whip cream on top of the cake? Probably, I think. But it is also the first thing that people will hear when they are invited, and it is […]Read more "What is “Sola”?"
In the book of Exodus, God explains that for the construction of the Tabernacle and the Ark, He has uniquely gifted two men, Oholiab and Bezalel, and “filled them with the Spirit of God, with ability and intelligence, with knowledge and all craftsmanship, to devise artistic designs…” (Ex. 31:3-4). Upon viewing the content that is […]Read more "The Bible Project"
How was Abraham saved? What about Noah? Adam? Moses? David? How did they get to heaven, if Christ hadn’t come to die on the cross and raise from the grave yet?Read more "How Were People in the Old Testament Saved?"
One of the many indictments brought against those who affirm the doctrines of grace (the five points of Calvinism) is that it makes prayer unnecessary. Why pray if God has already predestined everything to happen? Doesn’t prayer make much more sense with a God who is less controlling than the God of Calvinism? John Piper […]Read more "Why Do Calvinists Pray? (Video)"
“Christ did not die to forgive sinners who go on treasuring anything above seeing and savoring God. And people who would be happy in heaven if Christ were not there, will not be there. The gospel is not a way to get people to heaven; it is a way to get people to God. […]Read more "Heaven is Not For Everybody"