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  • Preaching Coram Deo

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Apr 20, 2013 Category: Articles

    None of us like not being liked. None of us like having others determine that we have come up short, that our skills are lacking, that our knowledge is negligible. Keep Reading
  • How Can an Infinite Hell Be Just When Our Sins Are Finite?

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Apr 13, 2013 Category: Articles

    The wisdom of this question, I would argue, is that it gets at the real horror of hell. A lake of fire is a frightening thought indeed. The greater dread, however, is the duration of hell, that it never ends. This, I suspect, is what tempts some to try to tweak the church's historic view on hell, including everyone from John Stott to Rob Bell. Keep Reading
  • What Does it Take to Write Well?

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Apr 06, 2013 Category: Articles

    Though it is most often attributed to the great sports writer Red Smith, no one knows for sure who first bled this great insight—"Writing is easy. You just open a vein and bleed." Like all great metaphors, this one invites us to slow down and examine its many facets. Keep Reading
  • He Is a Kind Man

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Mar 30, 2013 Category: Articles

    Most of the people who know my father know him in one of two contexts, either as a preacher or as a teacher. His skills in both forms need no cataloging by me. They are as obvious as a profoundly obvious thing. His engaging style, whether behind the pulpit, or behind the pen is so personal that many feel like they know him. But while he is genuine and honest as a writer and speaker, those media do not leave much room for displaying genuine kindness. That requires real interpersonal relationship. Keep Reading