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  • What Is It That Most Distinguishes the Believer from the Non-Believer?

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. May 16, 2015 Category: Articles

    Unbelievers are more than capable of living visibly righteous lives. And believers not only still battle against sin, they often lose the battles in public and spectacular ways. Which is why I would suggest that the best distinguishing mark isn't that believers sin less, though that certainly may be the case, but that believers repent more. Keep Reading
  • Are We Hiding Behind Pulpits?

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. May 02, 2015 Category: Articles

    Some would argue that if we don't preach where the battle is, we are not preaching at all. Keep Reading
  • Did Jesus Suffer the Wrath of the Father for All Sinners?

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Apr 04, 2015 Category: Articles

    God owes man nothing save damnation. What He chooses to give, outside of damnation, is all of grace. Which means in turn that He treats His elect one way, and the reprobate another. All to the everlasting praise of His glory. Keep Reading
  • What Is the Function of Creeds?

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Mar 28, 2015 Category: Articles

    To too many the creeds are a dusty vestige of a happily distant past. They were written centuries ago, born out of abstract battles whose players we can't even name. Isn't it just better to love each other and not get caught up in all those silly questions? Keep Reading
  • What Makes a Man a Hero?

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Mar 07, 2015 Category: Articles

    The hero is the one who knows from top to bottom that he is not a hero. The hero moves through his days not only aware of his moral failures, but of his dependence on the grace of God in all its manifestations. He must know, increasingly, how weak and needy he is. Keep Reading
  • Valentine the Brave

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Feb 14, 2015 Category: Articles

    As a rule, men are relational dolts. From an early age girls develop sophisticated communications arrays, whereby they are able to simultaneously translate what anyone says, whether with words, expression or body language, into what they actually mean. They know from birth that when a genteel southern woman tells them, "Well bless your heart" that war has been declared. Men, on the other hand, are tone deaf and body language blind. Keep Reading
  • We’re Only Human

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Feb 07, 2015 Category: Articles

    We had been through what was, up to that point, the most trying season of our lives. We had watched as our beloved church was torn apart by sin, slander and pride, too much of it our own. Relationships had been broken, reputations dragged through the mud. Keep Reading
  • Why Does God Love Us?

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Jan 31, 2015 Category: Articles

    It might be a sound argument as to why He ought not to love us that we find this question surprising. It is because of our sin, our pride, our egos that we think ourselves worthy of His love, as if we are owed such. The truth is we are by nature rebels against His reign, would-be dei-cides, dead in our trespasses and sins. Keep Reading
  • 7 Truths We Have Forgotten

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Jan 03, 2015 Category: Articles

    Every generation has not just its blind spots, but its amnesiac moments—truths once held, even honored, that the rising generation let go of. One might call these things "Slipping Off the Shoulders of Giants." Here are seven truths our fathers in the faith grasped that we have forgotten: Keep Reading

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