• Life in the Early Church by

    There are many today who consider themselves to be born-again Christians. Presbyterians, Pentecostals, Catholics, and Charismatics all claim to be spirit-filled. So, what are the true marks of a Christian? In “Life in the Early Church,” Dr. Sproul looks to …

  • Lying Donors by

    What is the greatest myth concerning tithing in the church today? ‘What is the tithe, how much should it be, and where should it go?’ are important questions Christians should ask. Examining these questions, Dr. Sproul dispels three common myths …

  • Message to the Elders by

    As shepherds of the church of God, elders are entrusted with the responsibility of protecting the sheep. The Apostle Paul gave detailed instructions on how to carry that out. Before Paul departed to Jerusalem, he also gave the elders a …

  • No Other Name by

    Christians are often accused of being narrow-minded for their conviction that Jesus is the only way to God. Beliefs like this do not fare well in a pluralistic society. Are Christians audacious for believing that Jesus is the only way …

  • Obeying God or Man? by

      The drama of redemption reached its climactic point with the death and resurrection of Jesus, but the story did not end there. Jesus commissioned His disciples to go into all of the world with the gospel. The book of Acts …

  • Paul at Corinth by

    How many in the church today wish they could be have been there during the days of the apostles? But the early church was not without problems. This was especially true in the city of Corinth. What were the problems …

  • Paul at Cyprus by

    The severity and eternal nature of hell should make anyone shudder, especially false prophets. Yet God is the one who created hell, and it is God who sends people there. What kind of Apostle would Paul be if he didn …

  • Paul at Ephesus by

    There are many things that go on in the church today that are simply assumed by many to be expressions of true Christianity. But is there any biblical basis for prayer cloths? Does the Bible tell us that there is …

  • Paul at Malta by

    Many television preachers may tell you that your destiny is a life of health and prosperity. If that is true, how do we account for the Apostle Paul? His life was full of trials and hardships. His measure of success …

  • Paul at Mars Hill (Part 1) by

    The Bible warns us not to be taken captive by philosophy. Actually, it was the Apostle Paul who warned the Colossians of the dangers of thinking outside of Christ. Does that mean we ought not to engage in dialogue with …

  • Paul at Mars Hill (Part 2) by

    In common gambler jargon, “hedging your bets” is a way of protecting yourself from losing everything. In the world of investing, it is called having a diversified portfolio. In the ancient world of Greece, building an altar to the “unknown …

  • Paul at Rome by

    Paul, the Apostle to the Gentiles longed to get to the capital of the Roman Empire. After fierce persecution and an arduous journey, Paul finally made it to the eternal city of Rome. He went with one goal in mind …

  • Paul in the Tempest by

    All of us go through trials and hardships in this life. Yet so many lose hope in the midst of crisis, forgetting that God will bring them through. The Apostle Paul met with all kinds of hardships in his ministry …

  • Paul’s Arrest in Jerusalem by

    When the Apostle Paul arrived in Jerusalem his last time, he received a mixed reception. The Christians warmly received him, while others wanted to kill him. The result was an angry mob, ensuing riot, and hasty arrest. Why was the …

  • Paul’s Conversion by

    Without question, the Apostle Paul was the greatest evangelist, preacher, and missionary. He traveled all over the Roman empire with the good news of the gospel.  But it wasn’t always that way. How did this former enemy of the …