God’s Plan for the Ages

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The Bible and Divine Revelation

Psalm 19

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson introduces his teachings on God's plan for the ages with a concise explanation of what divine revelation is and how it interacts with humankind: the Scriptures.

Revelation and Inspiration

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.

Human Illumination

1 Corinthians 2:6-14

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains how the Holy Spirit enables human beings to understand God's word.

The Trinity and the Angelic Hosts


Dr. S. Lewis Johnson outlines the subsistence of God in three persons, in contrast to human nature.

The Origin of Sin


Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives commentary on the origin of sin. An exposition on the person of Satan is given.

Creation of Heaven, Earth and Man

Genesis 1-2

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives a concise exposition on God's created order. Dr. Johnson discusses the Genesis phrases which describe the state of the earth before the divine work.

The Age of Innocence and Promise of a Redeemer

Genesis 3:14-20

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on the promise of God to overcome man's fall in the Garden of Eden and its focus for his divine plan.

The Age of Conscience

Genesis 4:1-8:19

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson provides commentary on human history after God's promise of the redeeming see to Adam and Eve. Dr. Johnson describes human disobedience even the face of God's revelation, beginning with the murder of Abel and going through the days preceding the great flood.

The Age of Human Government

Genesis 8:20-11:9

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains how God instituted his relationship to mankind after delivering Noah from the great flood.

The Age of Promise

Genesis 11:10- Exodus 19:7

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the Scripture passages dealing with Abraham and God's promise that the redeeming seed and his plan of salvation for mankind shall come from him.


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