Preaching is the primary way God has appointed for the teaching of the truths of His Word. When it’s done well, preaching honors God, expounds the Bible, and equips its hearers for spiritual growth and fruitful ministry. In this series, you’ll first learn to interpret biblical texts with skill and accuracy, and then you’ll engage in deeper studies of both the Old and New Testaments. In the final course in this series, you’ll learn how to prepare and present effective sermons from one of the most influential preachers of our time, Dr. Haddon W. Robinson.

He Gave Us Scripture: Foundations of Interpretation

Evangelical Christians affirm the Scriptures as God’s inerrant word, but we still disagree sometimes over the meaning of particular verses or passages, and these differences can influence our Christian doctrine and practice. One reason for these disagreements is that there are many different approaches to interpreting the Bible. But how do we know which approach to interpretation is the most…

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O.T. Theology I: Pentateuch & Former Prophets

Legacy Lecture Series

In order to understand and apply any passage of Scripture faithfully, one must begin with the foundational concepts and theology that precede and inform it. Averbeck introduces the content and theology of the books of Genesis through Kings, identifying the foundational themes that emerge and tracing them through the rest of the Bible. In this way, he shows how the…

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O.T. Theology II: Latter Prophets & Writings

Legacy Lecture Series

In order to understand and apply any passage of Scripture faithfully, one must begin with the foundational concepts and theology that precede and inform it. In biblical theology, the foundation is developed in the Latter Prophets and Writings (Job–Malachi). The history, poetry, wisdom, and prophecy of these books are essential for fully grasping the meaning and message of Jesus’ teaching and…

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New Testament Survey: The Gospels/Life of Christ

Legacy Lecture Series

In this course, students complete a chronological and synthetic study of the Gospels’ accounts of Christ’s birth, life, death, resurrection, and ascension. The course focuses on the time, place, circumstances, and people involved in the events of our Lord’s ministry. From the incarnation to the ascension, students will grasp a fuller understanding of Christ’s words and works in light of…

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New Testament Survey: Epistles & Revelation

Legacy Lecture Series

Correct theology is inseparable from correct living. The New Testament epistles reinforce this concept as they demonstrate both the why and how of kingdom living. This course surveys the New Testament epistles and the book of Revelation, examining both the introductory issues and the basic content of each book. Students will wrestle with significant and challenging passages by exploring the…

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Expository Preaching

Preaching is the primary way God has appointed for the teaching of the truths of His Word. Preaching well done honors God, expounds the Bible, and equips its hearers for spiritual growth and fruitful ministry. But, those who preach must make a study of the art. Dr. Haddon Robinson has taught preaching skills for more than five decades and offers…

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