• Does God Have a Body by

    If we were made in the image of God, then does that mean God has a body? How do we understand the nature of God, and how does that affect how we worship Him? Continuing to study the attributes of …

  • Can God Die? by

    If God is the One who made all things, then who made God? Dr. Sproul considers this common question in this message as he looks at the beginner who has no beginning or ending.

  • Can God Die? by

    If God is the One who made all things, then who made God? Dr. Sproul considers this common question in this message as he looks at the beginner who has no beginning or ending.

  • Is God in a Rut? by

    Have you ever been let down by God? Were your prayers not answered as you had hoped? Because people have misunderstandings about the character of God, they may feel as if God has let them down. In this message, Dr …

  • Where Is God When I Need Him? by

    The deep longing of the Christian is to be in the presence of God. But since we serve a God who is invisible by nature, our longing is not satisfied through our five senses. Is it possible for God to …

  • Where Is God When I Need Him? by

    The deep longing of the Christian is to be in the presence of God. But since we serve a God who is invisible by nature, our longing is not satisfied through our five senses. Is it possible for God to …

  • Is God in a Rut? by

    Have you ever been let down by God? Were your prayers not answered as you had hoped? Because people have misunderstandings about the character of God, they may feel as if God has let them down. In this message, Dr …

  • Holy, Holy, Holy by

    There are some words that we read in our Bibles that we assume we understand what they mean. Sometimes we do not know what they mean, but because of the sheer repetition of them, they become almost invisible to us …

  • Cosmic Treason by

    The Old Testament records severe warnings against violating God’s holiness. With these warnings come a threat of punishment to any who would violate the admonitions. As people, we understand the concept of crime and punishment, but as sinners, we …

  • Encountering God by

    Some believe that God’s transcendence disallows for any close personal dealings with His creation. Christianity rejects that extreme view; however, God is transcendent—not trapped by space and time. So how are we to understand God’s proximity to …

  • Holy, Holy, Holy by

    There are some words that we read in our Bibles that we assume we understand what they mean. Sometimes we do not know what they mean, but because of the sheer repetition of them, they become almost invisible to us …

  • Inner Sanctum by

    Has the church lost it relevancy? Perhaps the God people hear about in many churches is not the one described in Scripture. If that is true, then, yes, the church has lost its relevancy. Is it enough to tell the …

  • Encountering God by

    Some believe that God’s transcendence disallows for any close personal dealings with His creation. Christianity rejects that extreme view; however, God is transcendent—not trapped by space and time. So how are we to understand God’s proximity to …

  • Fear and Trembling by

    The prophet Isaiah knew holiness when he saw it. The angels never stop singing about it. Peter couldn’t face it, and the disciples stood in fear of it. So it is unanimous: God is holy. But now what? What …

  • What Manner of Man is This? by

    People suffer from all kinds of fears or phobias. But is there anyone out there afraid of holiness? In this message, Dr. Sproul shows us the varied responses of people who met Jesus face to face and discovered that Jesus …