The Triumphal Entry: The King Comes for His Kingdom
Mark 11:1-11 Zechariah 9:9 Psalm 118:25-26
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson begins an incisive series on Christ's sufferings done to achieve the divine work of atonement.
The Parable of the Vineyard and the Tenants
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds Christ's Parable of the Vineyard in the light of the Messiah's ordained sufferings.
The Question About the Resurrection
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds Jesus' response to the Sadduccees about the afterlife, illustrating the rejection of the Messiah that comes with a lack of knowledge of God's word.
The Question About the Great Commandment
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his exposition of Jesus' responses to different human traditions of God among the Jews during the week leading to his resurrection. Dr. Johnson reflects on Christ's answer to the scribe's question on ritual obedience, "Teacher, which is the greatest commandment?"
The Question About David’s Son
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds Christ Jesus' exchange with the Jews over Psalm 110 and the evidence of his divine nature.
The Last Passover and the First Lord’s Supper – I
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson begins a short series on the Lord's Supper as part of his exposition of Jesus' sufferings before his death. Judas Iscariot is discussed.
The Last Passover and the First Lord’s Supper – II
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his exposition of the Lord's supper and its institution by Christ.
Why Did He Die? The Answers of History – I
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson goes in depth with his study of Christ's sufferings by examining the different answers given over history to the submission of the Son of God to death.
Why Did He Die? The Answers of History – II
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his sub-series on the historical answers to question of Christ's death as an atonement for man's sins before God.
Why Did He Die? The Answers of History – III
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson concludes a three-part series within his exposition of Christ's sufferings that focuses on the history of the Christian doctrine of the atonement. The work of St. Anselm from the 11th Century is emphasised.