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A Reformed Approach to Evangelism (6 CDs - $18.00)
Dr. Kim Riddlebarger

It is often said that Reformed Christians don't care about evangelism. Not only is this not true—for our confidence is in the power of God, not in the will of man--but Reformed Christians have a great deal to say about how we share the gospel with non-Christians. Lots of practical information here.


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A Reformed Approach to Prayer (6 CDs - $18.00)
Dr. Kim Riddlebarger

If God is sovereign, why should we pray? Is prayer getting God to change his mind? Or is prayer about changing us? What can John Calvin and the Heidelberg Catechism teach us about prayer? These are just some of the issues addressed in this series.

 

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Augustine (4 CDs – $12.00)
Professor Kenneth Samples

 

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Francis Schaeffer – His Life and Significance (6 CDs – $18.00)
Dr. Kim Riddlebarger

 

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The Gospel and Galatians (12 CDs - $36.00)
Dr. Kim Riddlebarger

In this series of sermons on Galatians, Dr. Riddlebarger tackles a number of important issues. The Judaizers were telling the Galatians that faith alone was not enough and that Christians must also submit to circumcision. Must we add human merit to the merits of Christ or does Christ plus anything destroy the biblical gospel? What role do good works play in the Christian life? In this great epistle, Paul lays out the doctrine of justification by grace alone through faith alone on account of Christ alone! May Paul's gospel ring in our ears!

 

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Islam & Christianity: Putting the Muslim World-and-Life View to the Test (6 CDs – $18.00)
Professor Kenneth Samples

 

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Making Sense of the Book of Revelation – conference (6 CDs - $30.00)
Drs. G.K. Beale, Steven Baugh, Dennis Johnson, and Kim Riddlebarger

Should Revelation be interpreted literally or symbolically? These are normally the two, mutually exclusive options proposed in treatments of Revelation. But the fact is that no one treats Revelation only literally or only symbolically. These lectures will propose that the visionary symbolism in Revelation can be seen to have four levels of meaning, which will then be illustrated with a brief examination of Revelation 1:10–20. When these principles are understood, Revelation opens up as the rich message for the church yesterday, today, and tomorrow as it was originally intended.

 

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The Sacrament Series (28 CDs - $84.00)
Dr. Kim Riddlebarger

Why do Reformed Christians believe in infant baptism and the real presence of Jesus Christ in the sacrament of the Lord's Supper? What is the Biblical evidence for this? What do we say to Baptists who exclude children from the covenant of grace or to those who think the Lord's Supper is a mere memorial? All of these issues are discussed in great detail.

 

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Thinking Through the Claims of The Da Vinci Code (5 CDs - $15.00)
Professor Kenneth Samples

Historic Christianity is all about Jesus, his identity, message, and mission. For two millennia the Christian church has viewed Jesus as the divine Messiah whose life, death, and resurrection are God’s means for forgiving repentant sinners.

Not only do the authentic historical Gospels present a divine Jesus, but also there is no credible support for the wild claim that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene. Moreover, the alternative ‘Gnostic gospels’, which are the source of the Da Vinci Code claims (Mary, Philip, and Thomas), do not emerge from the apostolic age and therefore do not carry historical, eyewitness testimony about the life of Jesus Christ. This class will explored and critiqued the major claims set forth in the book and movie.

 

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An Introduction to Meredith Kline (12 CDs - $36.00)
Mr. Lee Irons

The goal of this class is to introduce students to the theology of Meredith G. Kline, particularly his covenant theology. Some issues that we will address are: the ancient near eastern suzerainty treaties; the Old Testament kings as federal heads; the Adamic, Abrahamic, Mosaic, Davidic, and New covenants; the intratrinitarian covenant between the Father and the Son (the pactum salutis); and understanding the story of the Bible as the progressive unfolding of God's covenantal kingdom.

 

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