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  • The Wife of Your Youth

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Dec 21, 2013 Category: Articles

    It was a heartbreaking comment from my heartbroken son. Two years after her passing Campbell posted this... Keep Reading
  • What Do Protestants Protest?

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Dec 14, 2013 Category: Articles

    Sadly in our day, not much of anything. Luther, of course, began the Reformation by posting his 95 theses. His chief concern was the sale of indulgences. Underscoring that concern were two principle concerns—the singular authority of the Bible, and the doctrine of justification by faith alone. Luther, along with the other magisterial Reformers, argued that the Bible is our alone ultimate authority in binding our conscience with respect to our faith and practice. It denied that the church provided either a compelling interpretation of the Bible, or a second source of infallible information. (For an outstanding exposition of this issue see my friend and colleague Keith Mathison's The Shape of Sola Scriptura.) Keep Reading
  • 10 Things I Would Tell My 18 Year Old Self

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Dec 07, 2013 Category: Articles

    We all have regrets. We look back at forks in the road behind us and wonder where we might be now had we chosen more wisely back then. Every misstep, however, is an opportunity to learn, to follow more faithfully in Jesus' footsteps. How gracious that our Lord not only covers our folly, but is able to grow wisdom out of it? Below are ten things the now me would seek to impress into the stubborn mind of the then me. Keep Reading

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