• Chapter 23, Sec. 1-4 by

    The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this message, Dr. John Gerstner examines the teaching of the Westminster Confession on civil authorities. 

  • War on the Word by

    The first temptation recorded in Scripture is an attack on the trustworthiness of God’s Word. Such attacks have continued unabated to our own day. In the past, such attacks were usually made by liberals, but today we hear more …

  • Is the Doctrine of Inerrancy Defensible? by

    For centuries orthodox Christians have taught that the Holy Scriptures are inerrant. Skeptics, on the other hand, claim that this doctrine is meaningless, saying that the doctrine of inerrancy has died the death of a thousand qualifications. How should Christians …

  • The Authority of Scripture by

    Dr. Sproul uses “The Chicago Statement of Biblical Inerrancy” to explain the authority of Scripture. Loaded with helpful information on the implications of this core teaching, Thus Says the Lord can help believers understand and defend the Scriptures, while enriching …

  • A Life of Submission by

    Because of sin, we want to be autonomous, masters of our own destiny. But we know that there are authority structures in place over us, so we submit. What if those in authority over you are causing you undue hardship …

  • Living Under Authority by

    God in His grace has chosen to create a people to submit to His authority. But the New Testament tells us that we must also submit to the authority of earthly rulers. For whose sake do we obey them? Is …

  • Inspiration and Authority of Scripture by

    Out of Luther’s Diet of Worms conflict came the slogan at that time, called “sola scriptura”, simply, “the Scripture alone.” The great reformers would say that even though God did not personally write down the words on parchment, the …

  • Scripture and Authority by

    Here in “Scripture and Authority”,   Dr. Sproul touches on many subjects including the nature of Scripture, the origin of Scripture, the authority of Scripture, and the relationship of biblical authority to ecclesiastical authority. The Scripture is given to us not …