Great Sermon! Both the explanation of evil present before Adam and Mary's relationship to Christ in the virgin birth have laid to rest unanswered questions for me. I look forward to each new theology session and agree with your congregation - don't soft-pedal anything. God bless you !!
Great Sermon! Packed with so much wonderful information that I will listen to many times over. May I suggest another example of God's covenant between Father Son and Holy Spirit : Charles Spurgeon's sermon on The Everlasting Covenant . This was one of the first readings for me after my conversion that cemented me to the absolute sovereignty of God and has been my anchor ever since.
Great Sermon! I love this entire series / I can't begin to imagine the work that goes into each lecture but I can say if is for God's glory and our good and thank you Dr Tjas and you'd staff from Hudson fl / I take you with me and listen on my iPhone - right now we are in Vienna Austria!!
Great Sermon! There couldn't be a better time for this series on theology, given the widespread unbelief and alternative theories abounding today. For me, this course in theology is God's way of sustaining us through a very dark period. Thank you Dr Thomas and First Presbyterian Church for your service to King Jesus.
Great Sermon! From the very first after becoming a Christian have I loved and focused on the attributes of God - and hearing these lectures have enforced and solidified my understanding of those precious attributes. I thank God that in his providence he raises up teachers in this day like dr thomas and dr ferguson for our benefit.
Great Sermon! Great lecture. I am a year behind but look forward to each new session that I try to listen to daily. Thank you Dr Thomas and First Presbyterian Church for these studies in the knowledge of God - a tremendous undertaking.
Great Sermon! For every ounce of inspired effort that Dr Thomas pours out on this monumental series may it come back to us in pounds - I know it does for me and I appreciate Dr Thomas' work beyond measure.