• Round Table Discussion by , , ,

    Mark Dever, Steven J. Lawson, R.C. Sproul, and R.C. Sproul Jr. engage in a round table discussion about peace, purity, and unity in the church.

  • Shibboleth? by

    The history of the church is the history of the good work of creeds, declarations designed to instruct the sheep while keeping out the wolves. Wolves, like their father the devil, however, are crafty. They slither under, around, over the …

  • Tearing Down Strongholds by

  • Tearing Down Strongholds by

    Our contemporary world has been heavily influenced by a number of non-Christian ideologies and philosophies. Everything from rationalism to postmodern relativism has shaped the way our culture thinks and even the way many believers think. In this session, Dr. R …

  • The Battle Lines by

  • The Call to Wonder by

    Jesus encourages us to become like children in order to inherit God’s Kingdom. This session explores the Bible’s call that we be like children, examining the childlike qualities that please God and give us joy.

  • The City of God by

    Augustine saw the world as a struggle between two ultimate cities—the city of God and the city of man. Augustine knew that he and his brothers and sisters in Christ were citizens of God’s city. He knew that they were …

  • The Content of Teaching by

    In the third message of this series, Dr. Sproul Jr. focuses his attention on the content of Christian education.  He explains what Christians should teach their children, and expresses concern over the education of covenant children, for it does …

  • The Covenant of Christian Education by

    Very few people deny the importance of both education and the educator.  Dr. Sproul Jr. examines further the value of education and the teacher, declaring the task of instructing as not only a primary, Christian responsibility, but a tremendous …

  • The Darkness of the Enlightenment by

  • The Desires of Your Heart by

    People are profoundly shaped by their desires and dreams. This is why Proverbs 4:23 exhorts, “Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life.” Any object, person, or idea that finds a foothold in …

  • The Difficulty Today by , , , ,

    Believing in the inerrancy of Scripture can bring difficulties. Often, church members are unable to explain why they believe the Bible is inerrant to questioning non-Christians. Or, a pastor is unsure as to how to deal with a difficult passage …

  • The Economic Problem of Sin: Law, Liberty & Government by

    Sin is one of the primary issues that affects economics. In this lesson, we will look at the impact of the fall on economics; the way sin affects our relationships to the creation and to other men and women; the …

  • The Family As a Key to Reformation by

    A covenantal, multi-generational approach to the building of God’s kingdom is necessary for an enduring reformation. Our children must be prepared to train their children to be faithful, for God has often accomplished His ends through faithful families.

  • The Function of the Family by

    In this lesson, Dr. Sproul addresses the function of the family through the background and text of Genesis 2:18. Here, God declared that it was “not good” for Adam to be alone. As a result, he made Eve as …