Dr. S. Lewis Johnson introduces his series of teachings on Paul's letter to the Christians in the small community of Colossae.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on the introduction of Paul's letter to the Colossians, pointing out how the Apostle reminds the believers of specific truth conveyed to them.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson exposits Paul's thanks for the Colossian Christians' faithfulness. Dr. Johnson discusses how Paul's message stresses the importance of the believer's growth in knowledge of Christ and not merely resting on the faith, hope and love given by God.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the passage that has been called "the Great Christology."
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives exposition on the practical effects of his great Christology: reconciliation between God and sinners.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on Paul's conception of his own ministry and its hardships.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson completes his study of the purpose of Paul's ministry. Dr. Johnson explains the goal and hope of Paul's commitment to the truth of the gospel.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson discusses Paul's continuing confrontation with the Colossian believers over the false teachings to which they have been exposed. Dr. Johnson comments on the proper relationship of philosophical reasoning to Christian truth.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on the unseen, spiritual method by which humans receive reconciliation with God through Christ.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains the Colossian Christians' difficulties with the influences from their pagan community. A contextual understanding of Christian liberty is given.