Children of God: Adopted into the Father's Love (mp3 Download Set)

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Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology 2011

Children of God: Adopted into the Father’s Love
“If the love of a father will not make a child delight in him, what will?” John Owen

Reformed Christians are thoroughly conversant with the language of
justification and sanctification, but adoption seems to have fallen out of our
vocabulary. A lack of awareness of our adoption in Christ only paralyzes a
Christian’s experience of divine grace. Adoption is what a Christian is saved
to through faith in Christ, a personal, family bond of love, life, blessing, and
calling. As God’s children we have family priveleges and obligations: to know
and embrace these is to enter into the fullness of vital Christian living.
The 6 messages of Children of God: Adopted into the Fathers Love address the
distinctive approaches of Paul and John in teaching divine sonship and
plumb its significance for living as believers in Christ.

• “Behold, What Love!” by David Wells
• “Saved into the Family” by Steve Lawson
• “Like Father, Like Son” by Joel Beeke
• “The Family Priveleges” by Richard Phillips
• “Many Sons to Glory” by Derek Thomas
• “All in the Family” by Albert Mohler

(6 mp3 Downloads)

The Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology
is the longest running national Reformed conference. It
was started in 1974 by Dr. James Boice. It exists to glorify
God through a rediscovery of the Church’s great doctrinal