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Free video lectures on Biblical and Systematic Theology and many practical topics of the Christian life

Video & Audio Courses

Biblical Theology

The video lectures in this course focus on the unfolding of the history of redemption as revealed in the Old and New Testaments. The Triune God prepared the redemption of His people before the foundation of the world and gradually revealed Himself...

Instructor: Robert D.  McCurley, ThM

Ten Commandments

This series of lectures on the law of the LORD GOD, is an introduction to the beauty of holiness. Holiness is more than God’s sinlessness. His holiness is the pure beauty of his loving being. The essence of God’s law is revealed to us in his holy...

Instructor: Rev. A.T. Vergunst

Lord's Prayer

The video lectures in this course on the beauty of prayer focus on the means of communicating with the King, the Almighty God. It is through the means of prayer that we may speak to our Creator. The Bible teaches us that there is a living...

Instructor: Gerald Procee PhD

Old Testament Bible Lessons

This course is a series of Bible lessons on the Old Testament designed for older (middle school) children. Each lesson is about 20 minutes in length. The video portion of each lesson is accompanied by a Lesson Guide containing quizzes and test...

Instructor: Mr. Daniel Van Brugge, and
Dr. Daniel Sweetman

New Testament Bible Lessons

This course is a series of 42 Bible lessons on the New Testament designed for older (middle school) children. Each lesson is about 20 minutes in length and is taught by a 6th grade Bible teacher from Calvin Christian school in Lethbridge, Alberta,...

Instructor: Mr. Slingerland

Biblical Marriage

In these 8 lectures we will attempt to answer the some questions relating a Bible centered Marriage. What exactly is a biblical marriage, and how does it differ from other types of marriages? How does the Bible inform and govern a believer’s...

Instructor: Robert D.  McCurley, ThM

The Beatitudes

Among the sermons recorded in the Bible, the Sermon on the Mount is perhaps the best known. Jesus’ hearers literally were astonished when they heard Jesus’ words for the first time. Gently, yet forcefully Jesus expounded the Old Testament with a...

Instructor: Rev. A.T. Vergunst

Apostles' Creed

Welcome to this series of lectures on the Apostles’ Creed. The word “creed” does not sound very attractive today. Dogma, doctrine, creeds, confessions, and catechisms are not popular in this age of moral relativism. Yet, the first Christians...

Instructor: Rev. Cornelis Harinck

Conflict Resolution in the Church

In Matthew 18:15, Jesus says, “Moreover if thy brother shall trespass against thee, go, and tell him.” Unity and peace are critical to the church, as Satan’s strategy is divide and conquer. Our Lord Jesus Christ has outlined the way to maintain...

Instructor: Rev. A.T. Vergunst

The Law of Love in the Church

The Christian church on earth is never a showcase of perfect people, but more like a hospital of recovering sinners, who are to assist each other in this journey of recovery. True believers in Jesus Christ come from many different backgrounds,...

Instructor: Rev. A.T. Vergunst

Systematic Theology

This course on Systematic Theology is presented in seven main heads of doctrine. Each module provides ten lectures on these doctrinal pillars of the Scriptures. The entire course is comprised of seventy lectures. Systematic Theology is the...

Instructor: Various Instructors

The Tabernacle

It was God’s own mind from before the creation of the world to have a people and to dwell among them. After Adam’s fall in sin, mankind was driven from God’s presence, and the way of return was barred by Cherubim with flaming swords. But God’s...

Instructor: Rev. A.T. Vergunst

The Westminster Shorter Catechism

What is the chief end of man? This well-known question is the first question of the Westminster Shorter Catechism. With this question, we are asked to examine what our primary purpose is as created by God. The answer given, “To glorify God and...

Instructor: Rev. Jonathan Mattull

The Night Visions of Zechariah

The prophecy of Zechariah was written towards the end of the Old Testament time period and is anticipating the coming of the Messiah. It was a dark and difficult time for God’s people, who were in a low state spiritually. They had just returned...

Instructor: Rev. William Macleod


Principles of Scripture Interpretation

The lectures in this module are designed to teach a believer how to interpret and study the Bible himself. Paul wrote, in 2 Timothy, chapter 2, and verse 15, “Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed,...

Instructor: Robert D.  McCurley, ThM

Biblical Eldership

History is filled with accounts of the rise of great nations and rulers. While each one seemed invincible and gave the impression they would last forever, one by one they have fallen and disappeared. Only God’s Kingdom and the Church of the Lord...

Instructor: Robert D.  McCurley, ThM

Family Worship, A Documentary Series

This documentary series about Family Worship is assembled in five short episodes. We were able to interview seven ministers of the gospel and ask them for their insight, advice, and guidance in answering a series of questions relative to this...

Instructor: Various

Communion Season Sermons

The Communion Season is a deeply spiritual practice started by the Covenanters in Scotland during the seventeenth century, centered around the careful administration of the Lord’s Supper. Communion Season takes place from Thursday to the following...

Instructor: Rev. William Macleod

About the John Knox Institute of Higher Education

The Apostle Paul writes in the epistle to the Romans, “For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how shall they believe in him of whom they have not heard?” (10:13-14 KJV).

The primary purpose of The John Knox Institute of Higher Education is to equip churches, worldwide, to proclaim and maintain the whole counsel of God. Young churches, especially those in foreign countries, often lack the formal educational resources that churches in North America and Europe frequently take for granted. Additionally, these churches do not have the long history of the Reformed heritage and foundation to help and clarify Biblical teaching for them. However, the lectures our organization offers are also suitable for well-established churches, Bible study groups, and for individual enrichment as well.

It is our goal to make Biblical and theological instruction available in the form of video lectures and lessons for all those who have a desire to learn more about the Bible and theology.