The Theology of Prayer: the Nature, Object and Grounds of Prayer
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson introduces an eight-part series on prayer.
Prayer and the Attributes, part I (Why Bother and Infinite, Omnipotent God of Love?)
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson goes into detail about prayer and its relationship to the attributes of God.
Prayer and the Attributes, part II (Does Prayer Change an Unchanging God?)
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives exposition on the interrelationship between the believer's prayer and God's purposes.
Prayer and the Decrees
Jeremiah 11: 11,12 14: 11,12
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains the purpose of prayer in relation to God's will and the laws of nature.
The Problem of Unanswered Prayer, part I
James 1, 4; Psalm 66; Isaiah 59
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson begins a two-part exposition on what humans perceive as unanswered prayer.
The Problem of Unanswered Prayer, part II
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson concludes his discussion on prayer and God's will regarding the Christian's petitions.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains what is meant by importunate prayer as well as the Christian's need to conduct it.
Contemporary Evangelicalism and Biblical Inspiration
2 Peter 1:19-21
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson provides a discussion of modern theology's approach to the infallibility and inerrancy of Scripture.
Creation (The Origin of the Natural and Spiritual Worlds)
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson provides the theological framework for the Creation of the seen and unseen world.
Providence (God’s Hand Over Nature, Individuals and Nations of the World)
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson exposits the providence of God.