2 Timothy 3
In late 1971, Dr. S. Lewis Johnson delievered a concise message detailing the moderist trends within Christianity during the late 20th Century. Dr. Johnson's contrasts and criticisms serve as a guide to theological problems which always plague the church.
2 Tim. 3:16-17
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson outlines the weakness of psychology when an understanding of human nature does not include the sin principle.
2 Timothy 1:8-11
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives commentary on the Apostle Paul's hope while imprisoned for the gospel.
2 Timothy 3:1-17
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on what he calls the dark side of the evangelical faith as summarized by the Apostle Paul. Dr. Johnson gives present-day examples of how many churches and parachurch organizations are losing their way.
2 Timothy 3:14
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson introduces one of his comprehensive, signature series of lessons.
2 Timothy 3:15-17
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his background of the authority of Scripture in setting forth God's plan of history. The specific meaning of inspiration is given in regard to the divine delivery of the Bible.
2 Timothy 3:14-17
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains what is meant by inspiration of the Bible.