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Category: Doctrine
In the Son of God, we do not see a haughty God, reluctant to be kind. We see one who comes in saving grace while we were still sinners. In him we see a glory so different from our needy and selfish applause-seeking. We see a God of superabundant self-giving. We see a God unspotted in every way: a fountain of overflowing goodness. In him—and in him alone—we see a God who is beautiful, who wins our hearts.
Mike Reeves delves into Jonathan Edwards for insight about what it means that God is holy and that we are called to holiness. 
Mike Reeves explores the doctrine of revelation in the first of four talks. 
Mike Reeves shows how the Trinity is the basis of the unity Christians share in the eighth of nine short videos. 
Mike Reeves shows how the doctrine of the Trinity was the essential soil for the development of the mainstream reformers' doctrine. 
Dan Hames asks Gloria Furman why it's important – and if it's possible – to keep Christ at the centre of family life. 
Jonathan Edwards' sermon of 1736 is a powerful exposition of the Person and work of Christ from Revelation 5:5–6. 
In writing an introduction to Athanasius' 'On the Incarnation, C. S. Lewis also penned a modern classic on the value of reading old books. 
Graham Tomlin draws on Paul, Luther, and Pascal to show us just how revolutionary and liberating is the cross of Christ.  
Mike Reeves looks at the picture of Christ and the Church in Song of Songs with the assistance of Richard Sibbes. The third of four talks.