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, Dec 04, 1997
by Charles Clough
Duration: 1 hr 16 mins 15 secs
Orientation to the doctrine of Christian sanctification (example: Solomon). Biblical prayers have a structure. There is no such thing as “natural law.” The Abrahamic Covenant guarantees the future of Israel, not the Mosaic Covenant. God teaches through His disciplinary processes. The golden era of Solomon. The Queen of Sheba. Questions and answers.
Thu, Dec 11, 1997
by Charles Clough
Duration: 1 hr 17 mins 25 secs
How biblical wisdom generates culture. Good and evil cannot be separated without righteous violence. The true and the false view of wisdom. The features of wisdom. A wise culture will have wise legislation. A foolish culture will have foolish legislation. As long as man stays within the constraints of wisdom, God gives him creative freedom. A society without a wisdom structure will lack creativity. Where biblical wisdom plays a role in the believer’s life. Rebellion against the Word of God has profound effects on society. Questions and answers.
Thu, Dec 18, 1997
by Charles Clough
Duration: 1 hr 23 mins 7 secs
The biblical model for a political leader. Solomon: religious apostasy, international treaties, and religiously mixed marriages. Solomon confused the wisdom of God with the wisdom of men. Sanctification shapes believers to live with God for eternity. The parts of sanctification. The need for sanctification would exist even if Adam had not sinned. Models of sanctification: Jesus Christ, Adam, David, and the nation Israel. Questions and answers.
Thu, Jan 08, 1998
by Charles Clough
Duration: 1 hr 12 mins 5 secs
The aim of sanctification is loyalty to God. Responses to the world system: capitulation, accommodation, separation, or engagement filtered through the Word of God. Strong sanctification leads to biblical culture that reflects that sanctification. Characteristics of biblical culture. Questions and answers.
Thu, Jan 15, 1998
by Charles Clough
Passage: 1 Samuel 24
Duration: 1 hr 18 mins 3 secs
How kings should operate (the Davidic/Messianic leadership model). The structure of a psalm. David spares Saul’s life and places his trust entirely in the Lord. Psalm chapter 57. Questions and answers.