• Preserving Grace (Part 1) by

    The idea of eternal security acts as a huge stumbling block for many people. When human beings honestly assess their own desires and motives, the wickedness witnessed clearly paints a bleak picture. Yet, this reality makes God’s grace all …

  • Questions and Answers by

    Here Dr. R.C. Sproul is joined by his son, Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr., to discuss various questions that arise when discussing Eternal Security.

  • Saved From God’s Justice by

    If you are a Christian, then you have been saved by grace. You have been saved from the power of sin and a life of despair and vice. But quite often when people ponder their salvation they associate it with …

  • Stones of Remembrance by

    If you have placed your trust in Christ alone for your salvation, then you can be assured that you have been saved from your sins, the world, the devil, and most of all, the wrath to come. But how long …

  • The Carnal Christian by

    There are Christians whose lives are marked by steadfast spiritual growth and maturity. Then there are those whose lives exhibit no growth to speak of. To them, Christian disciplines such as fellowship and worship with the other believers; prayer and …

  • The Carnal Christian by

    Do works produce faith, or is it the other way around? There are many who have confused the order of things concerning faith, justification, and works. In “The Carnal Christian,” Dr. Sproul addresses this problem and helps us understand the …

  • The Celestial City by

    Eventually, each Christian’s pilgrimage in this world will come to an end. As Christian and Hopeful discover, the end of the journey brings with it a variety of emotions and experiences. Just as each believer’s life is different …

  • The City of Destruction by

    John Bunyan’s timeless work Pilgrim’s Progress powerfully expresses the truth that the present life is a spiritual journey. When Jesus Christ liberates a sinner from the power of sin, He also extends an invitation to a lifetime of …

  • The Cross & the Sepulcher by

    Many people who have embraced Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord continue to question whether or not they are truly saved. Sometimes this struggle is rooted in intellectual uncertainties. Others may wrestle with their salvation due to the enemy’s …

  • The Divine Initiative by

    If God has already predestined all those who will be saved, what is the purpose of evangelism? Dr. Sproul answers this common question as he teaches us the proper response the church ought to have to “The Divine Initiative.”

  • The Interpreter’s House by

    When a person has been awakened to his or her need for a savior, that person also needs to learn about the fundamental realities of the gospel and the Christian life. As Jesus cautioned in Luke 14:27-33, those who …

  • The Sin Without Pardon by

    Jesus Christ warns us about a sin that is without pardon. This being true, does that mean that all of the believer’s sins were not nailed to the cross? Is there a sin that a believer will not have …

  • The Wicket Gate by

    When a person becomes aware of his or her sinfulness and need for a savior, he or she may experience a sudden and dramatic spiritual rebirth. Many Christians today and throughout church history have attested to their lives being instantly …

  • This Changes Everything! by

    Not all Christians accept the doctrines of grace. They believe the Bible presents a different picture of salvation, one in which the will of man exercises itself to the exclusion of God’s sovereignty. Sadly, the picture more often than …

  • Those Who Fall Away by

    The Christian life is by no means smooth sailing. When the storms of life arise, we can be sure that the Lord will do all that He can to keep us from sinking. But what happens to those who seem …