• Love Rejected by

  • God Is Love by

  • Alike, But Very Different by

    There are things in life so wonderful that we cannot find the words to describe them. As we seek to speak meaningfully about God, we find ourselves frustrated with the limitations of language. As much as we try, we inevitably …

  • God Is Spirit by

    Scripture declares that God is a person. It also declares that He is Spirit and has no body. But how can God exist if He does not have a body to move, or a brain to think, or eyes to …

  • Ice Cream Cones and the Study of God by

    As creatures, we are bound by limitations. Yet we continue to test those limits. When we reach them, our minds try to push beyond them fuelled by the power of imagination. But even that has its limits. This is easily …

  • Our Infinite God by

    When we think of the vastness of the universe, we stand in awe of the seemingly limitless nature of space and time. But since it is a creation, it does have limits. It is finite. God, on the other hand …

  • Perfectly Perfect by

    One definition of God offered by Webster’s dictionary is: the Being perfect in power, wisdom, and goodness whom men worship as creator and ruler of the universe. This definition is in harmony with Christian theology, but do we really …

  • The Great I Am by

    For many of us nowadays, our names do not necessarily reflect much of who we are. On top of that, our names are often used by thousands of others in the world. But this news need not cause an identity …

  • Questions and Answers by

    There are many “gods” falsely so called, but there is only one true God, and the Bible tells us about Him. Scripture describes God’s character — His attributes — from Genesis to Revelation. In this series, Dr. Sproul looks at several …

  • God Is Good by

    Scripture tells us that God is good, yet He is wrathful and just. So what do we do with this? What we must never do is pit any of God’s attributes against another to the negation of any. It …

  • God Is Truth by

    A first-century Roman governor once interrogated a Jewish rabbi concerning one of life’s most pressing questions. He was asking an ancient question that many have quit asking: What is truth? Pontus Pilate did not know whom he was talking …

  • The God Who Doesn’t Change by

    Change is intrinsic to the created order. But if something changes, does that mean that it is not the same thing as it was before it changed? The Bible teaches that God does not change. He is immutable. What is …

  • The God Who Is Everywhere by

    We experience our limitations when we want to be in two different places at the same time. Wherever you are, you certainly can’t be everywhere. But God can. This is one of the great affirmations of Scripture. But how …