God’s Word Alone: A new Zondervan course with Matthew Barrett now on sale
God’s Word Alone is now available as a Zondervan Academic course. In this book and course, scholar and professor Matthew Barrett, editor of the Five Solas Series and executive editor of Credo Magazine, explores the historical and biblical roots of the doctrine that Scripture alone is the final and decisive authority for God’s people. The online course includes video lectures, eBook content, and more. Also, if you would simply like to watch the lectures, you can stream all 21 lectures directly from Vimeo at a great price.
As part of the Reformation Sale from Zondervan Academic which includes deals on video lectures, online courses, and the usual eBooks, God’s Word Alone resources are also discounted. Use coupon code REFSALE18 to get sale prices for video formats and courses. The sale ends November 1. Below are two free lectures by Matthew Barrett. These videos provide a helpful introduction to Zondervan’s video resources and the course on God’s Word Alone. You receive these videos and more when you purchase the God’s Word Alone video lectures or online course.
Introduction: Sola Scriptura
The Road to Reformation
The Modern Shift in Authority
Today’s Crisis over Biblical Authority
God’s Word in the Economy of the Gospel
God Speaks Covenantal Words
God’s Covenantal Word Proves True
God Speaks with Authority
God Speaks Truthfully
God Speaks to Be Heard
God’s Speech is Enough
The video lectures for God’s Word Alone are for sale on Zondervan’s website, Christian Book Distributors, Barnes & Noble, and Amazon. For a slightly cheaper price, the streaming video is also available on Vimeo. Devoted to exploring the historical and biblical roots of the authority of Scripture, the video lectures are accessible to anyone interested in learning more about this vital doctrine.
Matthew Barrett is Associate Professor of Christian Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, as well as the founder and executive editor of Credo Magazine. He is the author of several books, including 40 Questions About Salvation; God’s Word Alone: The Authority of Scripture, Reformation Theology: A Systematic Summary; Salvation by Grace, and Owen on the Christian Life.