1 Corinthians 2:1-5,14
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson begins a series on approaching the Scriptures and understanding their essential message and truth. Dr. Johnson provides a lesson that explains the faith suppositions of biblical truth.
1 Corinthians 2:1-5
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains the exact nature of God's revelation about himself to human beings.
2 Timothy 3:14-17
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains what is meant by inspiration of the Bible.
1 Corinthians 2:6
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson describes how illumination enables a greater understanding of the Bible.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson provides a thorough and clear history of how the Bible was assembled. Dr. Johnson comments on the first church councils assembled to establish the essential books of the New Testament, or Canon.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his lesson on the Bible's origin by commenting on the actual text of the Scriptures. Dr. Johnson explains the difference between recognizing the Bible's inspiration and understanding the errors in transmitting the original revelation through history.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson begins a concise study of God's attributes. In this first of three parts, the essential existence of God is expoudned from Scripture passages which refer to the "I AM."
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues with a concise version of exposition on the attributes of God. In this lesson, God's immutability is discussed.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives exposition of those attributes of God which are able to be known in part by human beings.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives a straightforward apologetic of the doctrine of the triune God.