It's time to derive your worldview from the Bible

Rather than reading the Bible through the eyes of modern secularism, this provocative six-part course teaches you to read the Bible through its own eyes—as a record of God’s dealing with the human race. When you read it at this level, you will discover reasons to worship God in areas of life you probably never before associated with “religion.”

Thu, Nov 14, 1996
by Charles Clough
Duration: 1 hr 15 mins 22 secs
The structure of the world system (it’s spiritual orientation) by the time God called Abraham. The activities of civilization tend to further “the lust of the eye,” “the lust of the flesh”, and “the pride of life.” Features of pagan thought. The hallmark of pagan society. Babel was man uniting to create a one-world system for security against God. The call of Abraham. By leaving the world system, Abraham became a worldwide blessing. Questions and answers.
Thu, Nov 21, 1996
by Charles Clough
Passage: Genesis 15
Duration: 1 hr 14 mins 57 secs
The Abrahamic Covenant. Missions begin once God breaks from the rest of the world (Genesis 12). The seed of Abraham's promise was fulfilled in a miraculous way. You must have an infinite, personal, God in order to have the basis for a covenant (contract). The existence of a covenant with God argues for the inerrancy of Scripture. The significance of circumcision. Questions and answers.
Thu, Dec 05, 1996
by Charles Clough
Duration: 1 hr 19 mins 25 secs
Linking biblical events with doctrinal truths. Background for the doctrine of election. God can control us without eliminating individual responsibility. When election happens in history, it’s a revelation, a surprise event. Jesus Christ expected people to deduce the doctrine of resurrection from the Abrahamic Covenant. Questions and answers.
Thu, Dec 12, 1996
by Charles Clough
Duration: 1 hr 18 mins 43 secs
The doctrine of justification. In paganism, man invents truth. In biblical Christianity, man discovers truth. Gospel preaching is not an impudent, superficial act; it is the powerful call of God that creates the elect in human history. Man must be credited with a perfect righteousness that he does not generate. Justification is due to righteousness outside of man: the imputed righteousness of Christ. The Cross was the greatest act of obedience. The Protestant view of justification, contrasted with the Roman Catholic view. The whole point of justification is that the believer’s relationship with God is permanently fixed. [Brief technical difficulties begin around the 43:00 minute mark and last for a couple minutes] Questions and answers.
Thu, Dec 19, 1996
by Charles Clough
Duration: 47 mins 24 secs
The doctrine of faith. Justification must not be confused with regeneration or sanctification. Luther and Calvin taught that faith is assurance of salvation. What is biblical faith? What is the content of “saving faith?” The motive for Christian sanctification must be gratitude for what God has already done for you.