In 1 Chronicles 12:32 we read about the sons of Issachar who had gathered with other men to serve in David's army. The sons of Issachar were men "who had understanding of the times, to know what Israel ought to do...." LCS offers the following lectures in an effort to provide much needed Biblical perspective on the difficult and pressing issues of our day. Developing a Biblical world and life view is absolutely essential for every believer, and it is our hope that these lectures will be a great help to you in this important area of discipleship.
What is the primary task of the church? In this 3 part lecture series, Rev. Toby Logsdon, a LCS Mentor, provides a thorough critique of the social justice movement that is wreaking havoc in so many churches today and explains why the spirituality of the church is a vital doctrine that must always have a prominent place in our ecclesiology.
The LGBTQ+ movement has aggressively sought to erode Biblical views of gender, marriage, and family in its effort to gain cultural accommodation. Far more than seeking political equality, this agenda actually desires a normative status in society, including the Christian Church. To effectively respond, Christians must have a firm understanding of Biblical truth concerning the issues of gender, marriage, and sex. In this exclusive TNARS/LCS lecture, Rev. Steven Warhurst shares his insights on Overture 28, the Overture which he courageously presented and ably defended before the floor of the 2019 PCA General Assembly.
A progressive agenda is making headway in government, politics, and social order. How are we to understand this way of thinking, and more importantly, how should we as Christians respond to this rival philosophy as it seeks to undermine the very foundations of Western Civilization? In this lecture, pastor-scholar and LCS mentor, Dr. Andy Underhile, traces the philosophical development of this progressive system of thought, exposes its corrupting influences, and provides a plan for the church to faithfully respond and confront this growing evil.
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