John MacArthur, Steve Lawson, Stephen Nichols, Nathan Busenitz and RC Sproul gathered together at Reformation Bible College to consider together the subject of our great salvation.
From the website:
As R.C. Sproul has said, the most serious problem we face as humans is that “God is holy and we are not.” During our 2015 Fall Conference at Reformation Bible College, we considered this problem and addressed the scope of the biblical gospel. Hosted in partnership with The Master’s Seminary, the conference featured Dr. John MacArthur as our special guest. In addition to those attending Fall Conference, we were joined this weekend by prospective Reformation Bible College (RBC) students as they took classes during the college’s Preview Weekend, spent time meeting with faculty and current students, toured the campus, and joined us for RBC’s fifth annual convocation service on Friday evening.
You can read highlights here. The conference is currently free to stream video or audio.
Ligonier has made Sproul’s 10-part series on the atonement available as free downloads. The motivation is the growing number of “evangelicals” who are questioning the doctrine of substitutionary atonement. This series will ground you in the bible’s solid ground of the atonement of Christ.
R. C. has said,
“If you take away the cross as an atoning act, you take away Christianity.”
The Master’s Seminary Faculty Lecture series for 2009 looks at penal substitution, which is under heavy attack in some corners of “Christianity”. TMS is known for very thorough academic level work, and these messages will be published in the TMS Journal soon.
“The Scriptural Necessity of Christ’s Penal Substitution” by Richard L. Mayhue
“Penal Substitution in the Old Testament” by William D. Barrick
“Penal Substitution in the New Testament: A Focused Look at First Peter” by Paul W. Felix
“Penal Substitution in Church History” by Michael A. Vlach
“Worthy is the Lamb that Was Slain: Penal Substitution and Christian Worship” by Andrew V. Snider
Because of recent attacks on this crucial doctrine, we believe this will be one of the most important issues that the journal has ever published.