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The Five Solas of the Reformation, Part 4: Sola Scriptura

Today Pastor Babij teaches on the fourth Reformation Sola, Sola Scriptura (Scripture Alone), probably the most maligned of the Five Solas. Pastor Babij explains how the term can be misleading and really refers to the codified apostolic teachings and traditions contained in Scripture alone. Pastor Babij warns against other teachings that either include non-Scriptural teachings…

Reformation Survey: Reformation Aftermath

In our final lesson of our Summer Reformation Survey, we consider the Reformation’s aftermath. What themes emerge from the lives of the reformers we’ve studied? How do their experiences compare to what Scripture says? What were the ultimate results of the Reformation movement, both good and bad? And when did the Reformation end — if…

Reformation Survey: English and Scottish Reformation

This week in our summer Reformation survey, we look at how God’s saving word came again to England and Scotland in the early 1500s. In our discussion, we’ll mention some more important names from church history: William Tyndale, Henry VIII, Thomas Cranmer, and John Knox. Who were these men, and what part did they play…

Reformation Survey: John Calvin

This week in our Reformation Survey, we look at probably the most controversial of our reformers: John Calvin. Today, there are plenty of pro and anti-Calvinists partisans, but who exactly was Calvin? How was Calvin important to the Reformation? Why was Calvin kicked out of Geneva? Why did he go back? Did Calvin really kill…

Reformation Survey: Ulrich Zwingli

Note: Due to a hardware error, the video recording has only a little more than half of the lesson. To hear the rest of the lesson, please listen to the audio version. We continue in our Reformation Survey this week with a look at a sometimes forgotten reformer: Ulrich Zwingli. Who was Zwingli? What did…

New Testament Attacks

Answers Bible Curriculum Year 3 Quarter 1 Lesson 6 This week in Sunday school, we consider some of the criticisms often made against the New Testament and how we should respond. We focus on the claim that the New Testament arbitrarily contains some early Christian writings but not others. In the first part of our…

The Life of Christ

Answers Bible Curriculum Year 3 Quarter 1 Lesson 5 This week in Sunday school, we focus on the chronology of the life of Christ. What happened when? We’ll tentatively date the major events of Jesus’ life and outline a broad sequence so that we can have a framework for understanding our more specific studies in…

Jesus in the Gospels

Answers Bible Curriculum Year 3 Quarter 1 Lesson 4 We’ve seen why the Gospels were written generally, but, this week, we look more closely at the message of each Gospel. What specifically does each Gospel emphasize to us about Jesus? How was that message relevant to the original audience? And how should we respond to…

We Can Trust the New Testament

Answers Bible Curriculum Year 3 Quarter 1 Lesson 1 If someone asked you, “Why do you trust the New Testament?” what would you say? That’s the topic of this Sunday school class. We’re going to listen to how Peter himself defended the credibility of the apostolic message. We’ll also discuss how we can be sure…