Was the Reformation really all that crucial?
Why should I bother to study church history? Arenít these topics
only my pastor needs to understand? In this ten part series, Dr.
Hill answers these questions as he walks the listener through the
people, events, and theology of the Reformation.
- Reasons for Studying History
Scripture commands us to "remember" what
God has done. In this study, Dr. Hill does just that as he discusses the
providential work of God in church history.
- History and the Theology of the Catholic
What are the major differences between Catholicism
and Protestantism? Do these differences matter? In this tape, Dr. Hill
defends the necessity of the Reformation as he discusses both the
history and the theology of the Catholic Church.
- Luther, Calvin and the Reformation
Martin Luther and John Calvin, major contributors
to the Reformation, are often misquoted, misrepresented and
misunderstood. Enjoy listening as Dr. Hill brings to life the reality of
these men, their beliefs, and their families.
- Attributes and Mysteries of God
Godís omnipresence, His omnipotence, and the fact
that He has always been are not only attributes but are also mysteries.
In this tape, Dr. Hill challenges the listener to study the difficult
mysteries of the Scriptures.
Is man born well? Is he born sick? Is he born dead?
Ultimately, your answer will shape your understanding of manís role
and Godís role in salvation. Dr. Hill defines total depravity from a
biblical perspective and then discusses its importance relative to the
doctrine of salvation.
- Unconditional Election
Is Godís election influenced or in any way
merited by manís actions or decisions? Dr. Hill presents the
scriptural view of election that faithfully demonstrates the mercy of
- Limited Atonement
Did Christ die to make salvation possible
for all men or did He die to insure salvation for those whom His
Father elected? Dr. Hill confronts this challenging issue from the
- Irresistible Grace
Building upon the theological foundation laid in
the three previous tapes (Total Depravity, Unconditional Election, and
Limited Atonement), Dr. Hill now looks to the Scriptures to answer the
question, "Can man resist the saving grace of God?"
- Perseverance of the Saints
Is it possible for a person to be elect, to be born
again, and then lose his salvation? Dr. Hill discusses this highly
debated subject from a logical look at the Scriptures.
- Calvinism and the Colonies
According to one well-known church historian, the
thirteen original colonies were comprised primarily of those who
professed to be Calvinistic in their theological understanding. What has
happened in America that these statistics are no longer true? Dr Hill
looks at history as he traces the development of Calvinism and the
factors leading to its subsequent decline.
||REASONS FOR STUDYING
||HISTORY AND THEOLOGY
OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
||LUTHER, CALVIN AND
MYSTERIES OF GOD
||PERSEVERANCE OF THE
||CALVINISM AND THE
||TRUTHS OF THE
REFORMATION (10 tape series includes ATH001-ATH010)
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