Reformation Celebration Video Library

We know you deeply value your faith and theology. Gordon-Conwell is dedicated to being a leader in providing important resources, training and equipping for Christians around the world. As a part of this commitment, we are pleased to present a 25-volume video library featuring video lectures from world-renowned scholar presentations at the October 2017 Reformation Celebration Conference. Enjoy this video library which explains the implications of Luther's theology and actions for the life of the church today.

Thinking in the Manner of Scripture: Martin Luther on Sola Scriptura

Dr. Gordon Isaac, Director of the Advent Christian Studies Program; Director of Th.M. Program in Church History and Theology and MA and MAR Programs; Berkshire Associate Professor of Advent Christian Studies

Sola Gratia: The Foundational Significance of Grace in Luther’s Early Theology

Dr. Eckhard Schnabel, Mary French Rockefeller Distinguished Professor of New Testament


Is Sola Fide the Doctrine the Church Stands or Falls With?

Dr. Ryan Reeves, Assistant Dean of the Jacksonville Campus; Associate Professor of Historical Theology


Solus Christus: Luther’s Journey to the Singular Focus

Dr. Gwenfair Adams, Associate Professor of Church History; Director, Master of Arts in Spiritual Formation


The Word of God in Psalm 119

Dr.Seong Hyun Park, Dean of the Boston Campus; Assistant Professor of Old Testament


The Word in Action: Sola Scriptura in the New Testament

Dr. Sean McDonough, Professor of New Testament


Shaped by the Word: Sola Scriptura for Spiritual Formation

Dr. David Currie, Dean of the Doctor of Ministry Program & the Ockenga Institute; Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology


The Changing Demographics of Global Protestantism, 1517–2017

Dr. Todd Johnson, Director of the Center for the Study of Global Christianity; Associate Professor of Global Christianity


Sola Gratia: How Parts of the Reformation Denied this Grace to Israel (Romans 11:1-32)

Dr. Walter C. Kaiser, Jr


Understanding the Relationship between Grace and Works: Ephesians 2:8–10 and John Calvin

Dr. Aida Besancon Spencer, Professor of New Testament


Sola Gratia: Does It Apply to Sanctification?

Dr. Richard Lints, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Andrew Mutch Distinguished Professor of Theology


Sola Gratia and Its Dilemma for Social Ethics: Reformational Responses

Dr. Dennis Hollinger, President; Colman M. Mockler Professor of Christian Ethic


God’s Common Grace and the Theological Praxis of Counseling

Dr. Karen Mason, Associate Professor of Counseling and Psychology


The Superiority of Grace in Missions: A Comparison of Grace and Works in Christianity and Islam

Dr. Paul Martindale, Lecturer in Islamic Studies


The Faith of our Fathers: Perspectives from the Persian Period

Dr. Tom Petter, Associate Professor of Old Testament


The Place of Habakkuk 2:4 in Paul’s Understanding and Exposition of Righteousness by Faith

Dr. Roy Ciampa, Professor of New Testament


Fides Quae Creditur: The Nicene Background to the Reformation

Dr. Donald Fairbairn, Academic Dean (Charlotte); Robert E. Cooley Professor of Early Christianity


Faith: The Foundation for Ministry

Dr. Scott Gibson, Director of the Center for Preaching; Haddon W. Robinson Professor of Preaching and Ministry

The Exercise of Faith in Evangelism

Dr. Jim Singleton, Director of Mentored Ministry; Associate Professor of Pastoral Leadership and Evangelism


Faith: Amening God

Dr. Jeffrey Niehaus, Professor of Old Testament


The Centrality of Jesus Christ in Paul’s Ethics

Dr. Eckhard Schnabel, Mary French Rockefeller Distinguished Professor of New Testament


Justification, Solus Christus, 500 Years Later in Our Post-Christendom Context

Dr. John Jefferson Davis, Chair of the Division of Christian Thought; Professor of Systematic Theology and Christian Ethics


The Elevation of Christ in Athanasius’s and Calvin’s Theologies and its Implications for Today

Dr. William D. Spencer, Ranked Adjunct Professor of Theology and the Arts


The True Measure of Wholeness and Maturity

Dr. Ray Pendleton, Senior Professor of Pastoral Care and Counseling


The Soul-Thrilling (but Invariably Neglected) Background for Imputed Righteousness

Dr. Gordon Hugenberger, Senior Professor Of Old Testament



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