• Baptism by

    In the message “Baptism,” Dr. Sproul answers important questions on the subject and explains that the validity of baptism rests not upon the person who receives, on the person who administers it, or on parents or anybody else; its validity …

  • Biblical Images of the Church by

    In this message we enter the subdivision of systematic theology known as ecclesiology. Dr. Sproul discusses different aspects of the Biblical Church, including the true meaning of church and how the true people of God exist substantially within “the invisible …

  • The Lord’s Supper by

    Throughout Church history the central sacrament of the Church has been the Lord’s Supper. In this message we are introduced to four main views of the sacrament; those of the Roman Catholic Church, the Lutheran Church, the Anabaptists, and …

  • The Sacraments of the Church by

    One of the reasons why Christians are engaged in so much controversy about the sacraments is because they see the sacraments as being very, very serious matters, and rightly so. In “The Sacraments of the Church,” Dr. Sproul takes the …

  • Worship in the Church by

    Any time we talk about the nature of the Church, we would be completely negligent if we overlooked one of the central purposes of the people of God: to express ourselves in corporate and personal worship. Dr. Sproul illustrates in …