|The Holy Spirit by Paul Henebury|
|A study of the Holy Spirit throughout Scripture.
These presentations were given at Agape Bible Church in Willits, California.
|Ecclesiology by Andy Woods|
|Ecclesiology - the study of the doctrine of the Church.|
|Apologetics and Worldview|
|These lectures on Apologetics and Worldview were given to people whose ages ranged from about 15 to 70. I tried to be quite low-key and to strike a balance between a full-on presuppositional apologetics presentation and Christian worldview course. That means that I was not focused so much on just one or the other, but a blend of the two. I think it worked well sometimes and other times it just worked.|
|The Covenant Program by Paul Henebury|
|Paul discusses the various biblical covenants found in Scripture.|
|Protestant Reformation by Andy Woods|
|What was the Protestant Reformation, what historic events led up to it, and why are the principles of the Reformation important in our own day? [14 hours]|
|Colossians by Paul Henebury|
|Paul teaches through the Book of Colossians.
These presentations were given at Agape Bible Church in Willits, California. [15 hours 44 minutes]
|The Coming Kingdom by Andy Woods|
|What does the Bible teach concerning the Kingdom of God and how it comes?
These presentations were given at Sugar Land Bible Church in Sugar Land, Texas.
|Elijah by Paul Henebury|
|There is much we can learn from examining the life, times, and ministry of the prophet Elijah.
These presentations were given at Agape Bible Church in Willits, California. [11 hours, 17 minutes]
|Daniel by Andy Woods|
|These messages concern the Book of Daniel, which many consider to be the key to understanding Bible prophecy.
These presentations were given at Sugar Land Bible Church in Sugar Land, Texas.
|Questions Answered by Paul Henebury|
|Paul Henebury answers a wide-variety of questions concerning the Bible and the Christian faith.|
|Apologetics by Paul Henebury|
|Paul Henebury gives a series of presentations on the subject of apologetics. [2 hours 16 minutes]|
|Biblical Interpretation by Paul Henebury|
|What principles should guide our interpretation of the Bible? [1 hour 19 minutes]|
|Soteriology by Andy Woods|
|How do people come to a knowledge of their sinful condition and turn to place their trust in the atoning work of Jesus Christ on the cross? How should we understand the Biblical teaching of God's sovereignty in light of our responsibility to respond in faith? Andy Woods guides us through the Biblical teaching on this important topic. [49 hours 26 minutes]|
|2 Timothy by Andy Woods|
|These messages expound Paul's second letter to Timothy wherein Paul reminds Timothy of the need for faithfulness in the face of hardship.
These presentations were given at Sugar Land Bible Church in Sugar Land, Texas. [40 hours, 47 minutes]
For an abbreviated treatment of 2 Timothy, see 2 Timothy in Ten Parts
|2 Timothy in Ten Parts|
|Andy Woods teaches ten sessions covering the Book of 2 Timothy. These presentations were featured on the
College of Biblical Studies' TV program entitled Up with the Son in September of 2014.
For a more in-depth treatment of 2 Timothy, see 2 Timothy by Andy Woods
|Revelation in Ten Parts|
|Andy Woods teaches ten sessions covering the entire Book of Revelation. These presentations were featured on the College of Biblical Studies' TV program entitled "Up With the Son." [5 hours]|
|Biblical Covenantalism is an approach to the whole Bible which seeks to trace out the Program of God (‘the Creation Project’), through His own commitments in the Covenants of Scripture. This presentation appears courtesy of Telos Ministries. [26 hours 35 minutes]|
|Matthew by Paul Henebury|
|These lectures on the book of Matthew are taken from a course at Telos Biblical Institute. [14 hours 28 minutes]|
|A series of brief biographies concerning Christians every believer should be acquainted with. This presentation appears courtesy of Telos Ministries.|
|Acts by Tony Garland|
|Following the crucifixion, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus, the Church is entrusted with taking the priceless message of the gospel to the world.|
|John by Andy Woods|
|These messages expound John's gospel concerning Jesus: the Light and Life of men.
John's gospel was written in order that men might believe in Jesus as the Son of God and thereby obtain eternal life in His name (John 20:30-31).
These presentations were given at Sugar Land Bible Church in Sugar Land, Texas. [120 hours, 31 minutes]
|Following His presentation as King to Israel, what did Jesus reveal concerning the interadvent period which would follow upon Israel's rejection of her promised Davidic King? [10 hours 33 minutes]|
|Studies in Eschatology|
|Paul Henebury presents a series of lectures concerning eschatology, the study of what the Bible reveals concerning the future. This material concerning unfulfilled prophecy is drawn from more in-depth courses which may be undertaken from Telos Biblical Institute. [14 hours, 8 minutes]|
|Romans by Andy Woods|
|These messages explore the apostle Paul's letter to the church at Rome which has long been recognized as one of the most complete New Testament summaries of the Christian gospel.
These presentations were given at Sugar Land Bible Church in Sugar Land, Texas. [52 hours, 29 minutes]
|Topics By Paul Henebury|
|Teaching on miscellaneous topics by Paul Henebury.|
See the list of all Paul's teaching for additional presentations by Paul.
|Galatians by Andy Woods|
|These messages explore the apostle Paul's letter to the Galatians. The first of Paul's epistles, Galatians provides one of the most comprehensive outlines of the doctrine of justification by faith alone.
These presentations were given at Sugar Land Bible Church in Sugar Land, Texas. [19 hours]
|Paul's sound advice to the young pastor Titus serves as a reliable guide for all who would shepherd God's flock through the ages. Taught at Mabana Chapel. [7 hours 37 minutes]|
|The Biblical Canon|
|Paul Henebury presents a series of lectures concerning the Biblical Canon. This material is part of a course on the same subject which may be undertaken for credit at Telos Biblical Institute.
[5 hours, 36 minutes]
This course on the Canon of Scripture examines the two parts of the Bible successively. Thus, a thorough look at the issues pertaining to the Canon of the Old Testament Scriptures is taken up in the first part of the course, leaving the New Testament for the second part. This approach is not always taken but I believe it will better train the mind of the student to appreciate the convergences and the divergences of the canonicity of the two Testaments. It has not been my intention to give background details for the individual books, nor to introduce the reader to the intricacies of Textual Criticism, although some interest will be taken in New Testament Textual Criticism as it relates to this subject. Further, it has been my practice not to stray down the many paths of related (and interesting) topics, but to plow a straight furrow through the subject matter as given in the Outline. I have tried to avoid needlessly complicating the issue, although I have also steered clear of overly simplistic explanations (e.g. of the Septuagint; the influence of Marcion, etc.).
|The message of Haggai is one of both correction and encouragement. Haggai spoke God's Word to Israel in the 6th century B.C. following the release of the Jews from the Babylonian Captivity and contains important principles for God's people in every age. Taught at Mabana Chapel in 2010. [4 hours 39 minutes]|
|Book of Ephesians|
|Paul writes to the church in Ephesus concerning the vast riches which accrue to all believers in Christ.|
These presentations were given at Sugar Land Bible Church in Sugar Land, Texas. [18 hours 10 minutes]
|Introduction to 2nd Peter|
|Andy presents an introduction and overview of the New Testament book of 2nd Peter.
These presentations were originally given at Bayside Community Church in Tampa, Florida. [2 hours, 51 minutes]
|Paul Henebury presents a series of lectures concerning Christian Ethics. This material is part of a course on the same subject which may be undertaken for credit at Telos Biblical Institute.
[13 hours, 5 minutes]
This series of lectures is an introduction and orientation to the field of Christian Ethics. It grows out of a distinct emphasis on the Biblical Worldview as seen from the standpoint of Systematic Theology. The course surveys the various approaches to Ethics (deontological, teleological, situational), centering them around the truths of Scripture. It proposes a holistic view epistemologically and a 'Case-oriented' approach practically.
|Women in Ministry|
|Dr. Andy Woods joins Dr. Mal Couch in this 2-part series concerning Women in Ministry. This Gathering Storm series was produced in October and November of 2008 and appears by permission of Scofield Prophecy Studies. [2 hours]|
|The Rapture Question|
|Dr. Andy Woods joins Dr. Mal Couch, Dr. Tom McCall, and Dr. Raj Kripalani in this 2-part series concerning the Rapture of the Church. |
This Gathering Storm series was produced in June and July of 2009 and appears by permission of Scofield Prophecy Studies. [2 hours]
A video presentation by Andy on the subject of the rapture is also available on Up with the Son.
|Fall of Man|
|Dr. Andy Woods joins Dr. Mal Couch, Dr. Tom McCall, and Dr. Raj Kripalani in this 2-part series concerning the Fall of Man. |
This Gathering Storm series was produced in August and September of 2009 and appears by permission of Scofield Prophecy Studies. [2 hours]
|The message of Jude to the church is as timely today as it was in the day it was written. Jude warns believers to contend for the faith in the midst of false teachers and the ever-present threat of apostasy. Taught at Mabana Chapel in 2009-2010. [5 hours 47 minutes]|
|In this verse-by-verse study of the smallest of Old Testament books we learn important principles about God and the treatment of His chosen people. Taught at Mabana Chapel in 2009. [4 hours 55 minutes]|
|Book of Daniel|
|Journey verse-by-verse through this important book of the Old Testament. Knowledge of the Book of Daniel is foundational for understanding prophetic themes found elsewhere in Scripture, but especially in the Book of Revelation.
A free commentary on the book of Daniel provides additional background for the course.
|Introduction to the Biblical Covenants|
|These presentations provide an overview of important Biblical covenants and their significance in the plan of God. An understanding of the covenants is foundational for understanding the teachings of Jesus and the New Testament writers concerning God's continuing work in history. This series of messages was taught at Mabana Chapel in February/March of 2008. [4 hours, 38 minutes]|
|There is much confusion today regarding the nature and purpose of the local church. These sessions discuss some of the biblical topics which are foundational for proper thinking about the church today.|
|Topics By Andy Woods|
|Teaching on miscellaneous topics by Andy Woods.|
See the list of all Andy's teaching for additional presentations by Andy.
|Issues In Hermeneutics|
|Andy Woods discusses aspects of Dispensational Hermeneutics: (1) the use of a grammatico-historical method of interpretation; (2) a proper understanding of the role of genre when interpreting a passage. |
These presentations were made at the Tyndale Theological Seminary Church Issues Weekend held on April 22-23, 2005. These presentations appear by permission of the Tyndale Theological Seminary. [137 minutes]
|Introduction To The Books Of The Bible|
|A book-by-book summary of the train of thought of the biblical authors providing a valuable introduction to the study of each book. When completed, these articles will provide an introductory overview of the entirety of Scripture.|
|Between Modesty And Marriage|
|This seminar shares how parents can begin training their children in modesty and purity. It discusses foundational principles as well as practical steps for helping children maintain purity in life, especially in their relationships with members of the opposite gender before marriage. [4 hrs 12 min]|
|Issues In Genesis|
|Andy Woods discusses the interpretation of the early chapters of Genesis, and the impact of an evolutionary world view upon both evangelicalism and the secular culture. [2 hours 26 minutes]|
|Listen to an expositional teaching on the verse of your choice.
Select book, enter chapter and verse:
Teaching on the following passages of Scripture is now available:
Linking to the Audio Commentary
The format of the Bible address can vary considerably and an underscore can be used instead of space between the book and chapter to avoid quoting the search string.
|Basic Bible Interpretation|
These sessions discuss the basic principles that are required for accurately interpreting the Scriptures including: Understanding the written language of the Bible; Understanding the history, geography, and culture of the Bible writers; Understanding the literary forms and special types of language used in the Bible; Understanding the systematic unity of the Scriptures; and Understanding principles for the proper application of the Bible to our lives today.
|Having rejected Messiah Jesus at His first coming, Paul answers the question, What about Israel? Has God's Word failed? Paul shows that God's promises to Israel still stand, even after her rejection of Messiah Jesus. God's sovereign promises to Israel in the Old Testament are as good as His promises to New Testament believers today. [15 hours 47 minutes]|
|Topics By Tony Garland|
|Teaching on miscellaneous topics by Tony Garland.|
See the list of all Tony's teaching for additional presentations by Tony.
|Book of 1st Corinthians|
|These messages discuss the apostle Paul's first letter to the church at Corinth. In this letter the apostle Paul deals with many problems within the church family, including factions, sexual immorality, lawsuits between members, marriage, food sacrificed to idols, the misuse of spiritual gifts, and the resurrection of the dead. A companion commentary on the book of First Corinthians is also available for use with this course. [29 hours]|
|Book of 2nd Thessalonians|
|These messages discuss the apostle Paul's second letter to the church of the Thessalonians. In this letter the apostle Paul continues to provide additional insights into biblical eschatology or last things. It contains one of the key Scriptural teachings on the coming Antichrist and his activities during the Tribulation period, as well as insights into the current and future ministry of the Holy Spirit during this time period. [8 hours 10 minutes]|
|Beast Of Revelation|
|Andy responds to preterist Kenneth Gentry's book, The Beast of Revelation in which Gentry identifies the beast of Revelation as Caesar Nero who died in A.D. 68.
This recording was made at the Sixth Annual Conservative Theological Society Conference held on August 3-5, 2003. This recording appears by permission of the Conservative Theological Society. [1 hour 54 minutes]
|Book of 1st Thessalonians|
|These messages provide an overview of the apostle Paul's first letter to the Thessalonians. This is one of the most affectionate and encouraging letters written by Paul, and it provides insight into the understanding of the early church regarding biblical eschatology or last things. It contains one of the key Scriptural teachings on the rapture of the Church that will occur before the beginning of the Tribulation period. [8 hours 44 minutes]|
|Book of Revelation|
|Book of Colossians|
|Paul's letter to the church at Colosse, written while a prisoner in Rome, underscores the deity and preeminence of Christ. It is Christ's work on the cross which reconciles believers to God, not vain philosophy, man-made traditions, and legalism, which have the "apppearance of wisdom in self-imposed religion, but are of no value..." Taught in April/May, 2003. [7 hours 25 minutes]|
|Galatians by Steve Lewis|
|These messages provide an overview of the apostle Paul's letter to the Galatians. This is one of the most autobiographical letters of Paul, and it gives several glimpses into the history of the early church. It also provides one of the most comprehensive outlines of the doctrine of justification by faith alone. [13 hours 23 minutes]|
|Israel Through The Eyes Of Scripture|
|Doctrines Believers Should Know|
|Each week's class will explore what scripture has to say concerning a key Christian doctrine. We'll examine the implications of each doctrine in the daily life of the believer as well as how the various doctrines fit together into the cohesive framework of God's inerrant Word. Topics include the inspiration of the bible, the creation and fall of man, faith and regeneration, justification and adoption, the origin and purpose of the church, and more. Taught in October - December, 2001. |
NOTE: Unfortunately, the course material only includes the course notes. The course presentation was not recorded.
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