Every human being lives either for the glory of self or for the glory of God. In this sermon, we conclude our series on the Reformation by considering the chief end of man, which is to live “Soli Deo Gloria” - for the glory of God alone.
The Reformers argued that the Roman Catholic Church had made itself the dispenser of God's grace, usurping the authority of "Christ Alone." In this sermon, we explore the doctrine of Solus Christus - Christ as the only mediator between God and men.
The Reformers emphasized that we are saved by "Grace Alone" - not by our effort, obedience, or moral goodness. In this sermon, we look to the book of Ephesians to understand why Grace Alone can change us.
The doctrine of "Faith Alone" has to do with justification: how are we right with God? In this sermon, we explore the Bible's teaching on justification and consider some of the implications.
The Reformation emphasized "Scripture alone" as the ultimate authority for the Christian. In this sermon, we consider the doctrine of Sola Scriptura and its implications for the church.