Dr. S. Lewis Johnson introduces his series on Reformed Protestant theological traditions of thought. Dr. Johnson's first lecture lays out the essential definition of Covenant Theology as well as the difference between the system of thought and the specific relationships between God and the saints found in Scripture.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson sets forth the history of Covenant Theology as it originated in the 16th Century.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson outlines the three concepts of how God covenants with man for salvation.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson begins a discussion of the Covenant of Grace by explaining the federal headship of Adam for the human race.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his exposition on God's Covenant of Grace with mankind after Adam's fall by contrasting and comparing it with the Covenant of Works.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson concludes his discussion on the Covenant of Grace put in place by God after Adam's sin.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson provides a concise lecture on the leaders in the history of dispensational thought, including John Nelson Darby, C. I. Scofield and the leaders of Dallas Theological Seminary.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson begins a nine part series on the organization of dispensational theology. Dr. Johnson begins with the definitions of the actual "dispensations," or ages of time during which mankind has unique relationships with God.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains the interpretive system behind dispensational theology and its ephasis on a literal reading of ancient manuscripts.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his lecture on the hermenutics behind dispensational theology. Dr. Johnson discusses how typology relates to dispensationalism.