Q&A: Robert Godfrey, Stephen Nichols, and Derek Thomas

A questions and answers session with Drs. W. Robert Godfrey, Stephen Nichols, and Derek Thomas.

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Q&A: Lawson, MacArthur, Mohler, and Sproul

A questions and answers session with Drs. Steven Lawson, John MacArthur, Albert Mohler and R.C. Sproul.

Questions:

1. Dr. MacArthur, can you tell us about the Shepherds Conference? (1:09)
2. How do you explain the term “Reformed” to a someone unfamiliar to Reformed teaching? (2:34)
3. Is our still heart deceitfully wicked after we are born again? (4:47)
4. How should I share the gospel when it could cost me my job? (7:08)
5. Is it biblical to say God “loves you” to believers and nonbelievers alike? (9:32)
6. What does it mean when we confess that Jesus has a reasonable soul? (13:05)
7. Dr. MacArthur, you spoke at 2016 Shepherds Conference about clergy malpractice. What did you mean by that? (17:08)
8. How can I best prepare students to live their faith out in public schools? (19:17)
9. How do I counsel a Reformed mother who is married to a Roman Catholic? (22:25)
10. With the rise of seeker-sensitive churches, how do we understand biblically ‘seeking’ God? (25:02)
11. How do you define a false teacher? How much error is needed before they are considered false? (32:23)
12. How is the current cultural climate forcing the “mushy middle” out of the church? (35:55)
13. Giving the failure of ecumenical movements, how do you promote unity in doctrine? (37:59)

R. C. Sproul: Question and Answer Session

Questions:

01:50 In Psalm 18, David said, “The Lord dealt with me according to my righteousness; according to the cleanness of my hands he rewarded me.” Was David there making the case for salvation by works?

02:30 I heard you take exception to the bumper sticker saying, “God says it, I believe it, that settles it.” Can you explain what is wrong with this?

02:54 What does God want most from us?

03:09 Are faith and belief the same thing?

03:35 Since God is omnipresent, does He manifest His presence in Hell or does He keep His presence from there?

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Horton, Jones, and Sproul: Questions & Answers

Michael Horton, Peter Jones, and R.C. Sproul answer questions about the church.

Video Outline:
00:0001:47 Can you explain the etymological origin of the term sixburgh
01:4706:52 I come from an Arminian background and have now to understand and embrace the doctrine of grace. This has caused hostility from my spouse. How do I handle this?
06:5211:07 Psalm 11:5 says God hates sinners. How can we reconcile that to John 3:16?
11:0718:47 I get confused at the mixed messages—one regarding the sovereignty of God and the other about man’s responsibility.
18:4724:07 What is the roll of the church to educate its members for the gnostic and paganism problem, especially equipping the younger generation?
24:0729:57 What is the movement against the organic church? Are they against institutionalized church? What is the difference between this and home church?
29:5736:03 If Jesus is 100% human and tempted in every way we were, does that mean he inherited a fallen nature from the fall?
36:0337:42 Christ is called the second Adam and his actions only affect those that believe, yet the first Adam’s actions affected all of humanity. Explain the difference.
37:4242:15 Could one of you explain covenant theology in its simplest form?
42:1543:43 Are there some books you can recommend on this subject?
43:4347:48 Is reading my Bible once or twice a week enough?
47:4854:18 Please explain the Manhattan Declaration and why John MacArthur, R.C. Sproul and others have not signed it?
54:1859:28 High school members that are here would like to know what to do if they have a pastor that falls under the definition of a Christless Christian.

Beale, Morales, Nichols, Sproul, Sproul Jr. and Thomas: Questions and Answers

Gregory Beale, Michael Morales, Stephen Nichols, R.C. Sproul, R.C. Sproul Jr., and Derek Thomas answer questions ranging from Jesus’ baptism, the atonement, and church history, to their favorite books of the Bible, and the theology of N.T. Wright.

Questions:
Why was it necessary for Christ to be baptized? (1:17)
Derek Thomas, before you ran out of time in your message, what was going to be your third proof point for the resurrection? (3:19)

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