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  • The Smell of Death Surrounds You

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Mar 13, 2011 Category: Articles

    I found myself, when a recent graduate of Reformed Theological Seminary persuaded of two truths. First, I understood and believed the Reformed faith. Second, I wasn’t much different from my unbelieving neighbors. The problem wasn’t that my theology was wrong. The problem was that it was stuck. My head was crammed full of sound Reformed doctrine, but it wasn’t getting to my heart, and out my fingers. I suffered from theological constipation. Keep Reading
  • Can a Person Be Evangelical and Not Believe in Hell?

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Mar 09, 2011 Category: Articles

    Can a person be evangelical and not believe in hell? That is the question R.C. Sproul Jr. looks at today. Keep Reading
  • Juicy Nuggets In the Valley of Death

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Mar 08, 2011 Category: Articles

    One of the hardships that comes with walking through the Valley of the Shadow of Death is what you are expected to carry out. We tend to think that in that valley there grows a very special sort of tree, a wisdom, or insight tree. We think that this rarest of trees is perpetually heavy laden with low hanging, choice, juicy morsels of brilliance. You’re supposed to bring these precious nuggets out the other side to share with your friends.  Understandably, though they should know better, some who trek this valley think they’ve found this precious fruit. The quiet whispers of death on the prowl beget therefore footprints-in-the-sand poems and too often, whole therapeutic books of lessons learned. Keep Reading
  • Is God Happy When We’re Happy?

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Mar 06, 2011 Category: Articles

    Today R.C. Sproul Jr. answers this question: Is it true, as some say, that “God is happy when we are happy?” Keep Reading
  • Outrage Du Jour

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Feb 17, 2011 Category: Articles

    Media, as a general rule, is directed more toward our emotions than our minds. As Neil Postman argued so eloquently in his delightful book Amusing Ourselves to Death, a word based culture tends to be more reasoned, more thoughtful, whereas an image based culture tends to be more emotive, more reactionary. We are a sensate culture accustomed and comfortable with experiencing emotions lightly and at the behest of others.  Keep Reading
  • What is the Purpose of a College Education?

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Feb 08, 2011 Category: Articles

    One of the great dangers of our industrialized view of education, wherein we view our children as raw material that are moved along a conveyer belt until they come out the other side educated widgets, is that it bifurcates our lives. We are, in this view, students for a time, until we are students no more. Keep Reading

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