• Against the World by

    During the first centuries of the church’s existence, there were times when heresy seemed to have won the day. In this session, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey will reflect on the experience of Athanasius and affirm the calling of Christians …

  • All Things Work Together by

    One of life’s most difficult questions concerns why bad things happen. Whether minor things like being delayed in traffic or major things like coping with injury and disease, all people face disappointment and heartache. In the midst of the …

  • Ask R.C. Live: January 2014 by

    Answering theological questions from his students has been a continual commitment throughout Dr. R.C. Sproul’s ministry. Originally called “gabfests” by his early students and later, “Ask R.C.,” these sessions continue to take place at our conferences, on …

  • Confession, Forgiveness, & Cleansing by

    Our understanding of how serious a problem is determines the kind of solution we will seek. For instance, a person who is experiencing an illness will often delay a visit to the doctor until he is convinced that he cannot …

  • Don’t Be a Spiritual Baby by

    Children often tease one another by calling each other babies. No child, or adult for that matter, wants to be labeled as a baby. As insulting as that may be to us, the author of Hebrews chose that very word …

  • Foes & Friends: The Road to Interpreter’s House by

    Some dangers in life are apparent, and others are not. As Christiana and her companions approached the wicket gate, they encountered unexpected opposition from the forces of darkness. In all ages, pilgrims need to remain vigilant and sober-minded even when …

  • From Vanity to Doubting Castle by

    Though there are often points of similarity between the experiences and struggles of believers, each person engages certain spiritual realities differently. For instance, Christian and his other family members spent time in Vanity and visited Doubting Castle; they covered the …

  • God So Loved the World by

    God’s work of redemption involves more than the salvation of a handful of souls. In this session, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson will explore the breadth of the promises of the gospel. He will explain how Scripture moves from the glorious …

  • He Has Overcome the World by

    The Bible uses the term “world” in several different ways. For instance, “world” often refers to the people who inhabit the world, such as in John 3:16. It can also refer, as in Acts 17:34, to the physical …

  • How Then Should I Live in This World? by

    Ours is an ethically confused world. Materialist scientists tell us that since all is matter, there is no ultimate basis for judgments of “good” and “evil.” Relativists claim that what is “good” for one person or culture may not be …

  • Mountains Cast Into the Sea by

    As part of God’s curse in Genesis 3, life in a fallen world is fraught with hardship. As a result, Christians experience things like hunger, disease, and sorrow. In addition to these natural obstacles and difficulties, Jesus also warned …

  • N.T. Wright and the Doctrine of Justification: Panel Discussion by

    In this audio file, Albert Mohler leads a panel discussion at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary with professors Tom Schreiner, Mark Seifrid, Denny Burk, and Brian Vickers on N.T. Wright and the Doctrine of Justification (September 2009).

  • Open Windows of Heaven by

    For both Christians and non-Christians, money and material goods can become major concerns. Some become consumed by the pursuit of wealth. For others who already have an abundance of possessions, these things can become a source of distraction and worry …

  • OPTIONAL SESSION: Suffering & the Sovereignty of God Q&A by

    In this session, Lee Webb and R.C. Sproul Jr. address questions from students enrolled in the Ligonier Connect course based upon Dr. Sproul’s teaching series Suffering and The Sovereignty of God.

  • Our Heavenly Father Loves Us by

    One of the beliefs distinguishing Christianity from other religions is the affirmation that God is both a just Judge and a loving Father. Many belief systems focus exclusively on God’s justice and might, depicting a deity that relates to …