• All Christians Believe in Predestination by

    Many Christians wrestle with the term “predestination.”  Yet, oftentimes they don’t even know its true meaning.  Predestination refers simply to the biblical teaching of God’s gracious initiation of salvation for those who believe in Jesus Christ.  In the …

  • All Christians Believe in Predestination by

    Many Christians wrestle with the term “predestination.”  Yet, oftentimes they don’t even know its true meaning.  Predestination refers simply to the biblical teaching of God’s gracious initiation of salvation for those who believe in Jesus Christ.  In the …

  • Beautiful Feet by

    If God has already predestined who will be saved, then why evangelize? There are those who say that the Augustinian or Calvinistic view of predestination is one of those doctrines that nullifies the Great Commission and causes apathy in the …

  • Beautiful Feet by

    If God has already predestined who will be saved, then why evangelize? There are those who say that the Augustinian or Calvinistic view of predestination is one of those doctrines that nullifies the Great Commission and causes apathy in the …

  • Election by

    Continuing this series of Essential Truths, John Mac Arthur deals with the subject of “Election”. In this message he touches lightly on the doctrine itself as it is laid out in Scripture and defines “election” in its tremendous impact for …

  • Election by

    Continuing this series of Essential Truths, John Mac Arthur deals with the subject of “Election”. In this message he touches lightly on the doctrine itself as it is laid out in Scripture and defines “election” in its tremendous impact for …

  • For His Good Pleasure by

    Children are curious creatures. Before you are done answering one question, the next one is already escaping their lips. And as soon as they ask “why?,” you are forced down a road of infinite regress. It seems they can ask …

  • For His Good Pleasure by

    Children are curious creatures. Before you are done answering one question, the next one is already escaping their lips. And as soon as they ask “why?,” you are forced down a road of infinite regress. It seems they can ask …

  • Justice, Mercy, and Grace by

    When we talk about someone owing someone else, we are talking about indebtedness, or obligation. Everyone who has ever lived knows something about that. Either we owe someone or someone owes us. When we are the ones in debt, mercy …

  • Justice, Mercy, and Grace by

    When we talk about someone owing someone else, we are talking about indebtedness, or obligation. Everyone who has ever lived knows something about that. Either we owe someone or someone owes us. When we are the ones in debt, mercy …

  • Questions & Answers by

    The doctrine of predestination is unquestionably a controversial one. In this final message, Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. joins Dr. Sproul to explore further implications of this doctrine, and also deal with how we are to understand this doctrine as …

  • Questions & Answers by , , , ,

    Drs. George Grant, Michael Morales, Stephen Nichols, R.C. Sproul Jr. and R.C. Sproul answer a variety of questions covering God’s sovereignty in salvation, predestination, the role of scholarship in doxology, religious pluralism, and more.
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  • Questions & Answers by , , , ,

    Drs. George Grant, Michael Morales, Stephen Nichols, R.C. Sproul Jr. and R.C. Sproul answer a variety of questions covering God’s sovereignty in salvation, predestination, the role of scholarship in doxology, religious pluralism, and more.
    Video outline:

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  • Questions & Answers by

    The doctrine of predestination is unquestionably a controversial one. In this final message, Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. joins Dr. Sproul to explore further implications of this doctrine, and also deal with how we are to understand this doctrine as …

  • Sovereign Election (Part 1) by

    The doctrine of sovereign election, when viewed in an improper perspective, may seem cold and unfeeling, depicting God as callous and arbitrary in His election of some and not others. Yet, this viewpoint fails in two significant ways. First, it …