Joy and Glory for the Ages
Four Scenes in Church History with Michael Reeves
The story of the saints down through the ages is a story of joy lost and joy found, of glory smothered and glory shining. In this series, Michael Reeves examines four key scenes in the glorious story of Christ’s work in his church.
The First Followers and the Fight for Jesus
The dominating issue of the early church revolved around the question, “Who exactly is Jesus?” The orthodox church had to fight to show that Jesus is truly God and truly man.
Augustine, Pelagius, and the Pursuit of Pleasure
After the apostles, St. Augustine may be the most influential Christian in history. At the core of his theology was that God cannot be glorified unless our hearts enjoy him.
The Chief End of Man and Secret to Happiness
In retrieving the doctrine of justification by faith, the Protestant Reformers retrieved man’s hope for happiness and the full display of God’s glory in saving sinners.