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God’s Word Is Complete

Answers Bible Curriculum Second Edition, Unit 1 Lesson 7 This week in Sunday school, we’re investigating several questions related to the authenticity of the New Testament as Scripture. How do we know that the New Testament is really God’s Word? How do we know that the New Testament canon contains the correct books? And how…

Quarter 4 Lesson 6 – Revealing the Unknown God

Answers Bible Curriculum Year 3 Quarter 4 Lesson 6 In this lesson, we listen to and discuss a video presentation by Answers in Genesis’ president, Ken Ham. You can find this video presentation at https://answersingenesis.org/store/product/foundations-revealing-unknown-god/.

Paul’s Journey to Rome

Answers Bible Curriculum Year 3 Quarter 4 Lesson 4 This week in Sunday school, we finish our study of the book of Acts by looking at Paul’s journey to Rome. From one perspective, Paul’s imprisonment and journey looked like one tragic setback after another, but from another perspective, the journey was full of golden opportunities.…

Paul’s Third Journey

Answers Bible Curriculum Year 3 Quarter 4 Lesson 3 This week in Sunday school, we look at Paul’s third missionary journey. We overview the entire trip and then look more specifically at Paul’s ministry to Ephesus. What happened in Ephesus? What message did Paul later want to pass on to the Ephesian elders? And what…

Paul’s Second Journey

Answers Bible Curriculum Year 3 Quarter 4 Lesson 2 We’re back in our Answers Bible Curriculum Sunday school this week with a look at Paul’s second missionary journey. Where did Paul and his companions travel this time? What specifically did the Lord accomplish at Philippi? And what can we learn about God, salvation, and suffering…

The Five Solas of the Reformation, Part 5: Soli Deo Gloria

Pastor Babij closes his Five Solas of the Reformation series today by teaching on the fifth sola, Sola Deo Gloria (for the glory of God alone). In this sermon, Pastor Babij explains how man’s purpose is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever. People, therefore, must see God as having weightiness in glory and majesty.…

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…