• Aaron and the Priesthood by

  • Aaron and the Priesthood by

  • A Basket Case by

    It is true that the Apostle Paul compared our personal righteousness to filthy rags, but Paul’s commonality to dirty laundry has nothing to do with that metaphor. It has everything to do with his obedience to the Lord Jesus …

  • A Better City by

    Many cities have ordinances or laws to preserve certain aesthetic qualities that have been developed there. Beatification committees are assembled, and some towns and cities have even outlawed things like neon signs, front-yard flagpoles and pink flamingos. All these measures …

  • A Biblical Sex Ethic by

    The world has its own sexual ethics that are imposed on us every day. A popular notion in our culture is that as long as two consenting adults love each other, they have the right to engage in sexual relations …

  • Abiding Love by

    How is God’s love for you manifested in your life towards others? In this message entitled “Abiding Love,” Dr. Sproul takes us to the famous love chapter in First Corinthians to reflect upon God’s perfect standard of love …

  • About the Book by

    The apostle Paul wrote more than half of the New Testament. Specifically, some say he only wrote thirteen of the twenty-seven books of New Testament, while others say fourteen. So which is it—thirteen or fourteen? The difference of opinion …

  • Abrahamic Covenant (Part 1) by

    When God makes a promise, He keeps it. But that doesn’t mean we know when He will fulfill His promises. It took a long time for Abraham to see the fulfillment of God’s promise of a son. Why …

  • Abrahamic Covenant (Part 2) by

    How did Abraham really know that God would fulfill His promise? What would be the consequence if God didn’t live up to His part of the covenant? Continuing to look at “The Abrahamic Covenant,” Dr. Sproul explains how Abraham …

  • A Bruised Reed by

    We don’t have to look beyond our own churches to see Christians fighting amongst themselves over all kinds of issues. What is the proper way to respond to Christian brothers and sisters when we are in disagreement with them …

  • Accommodation by

    Does the Bible ever claim that it was inspired? Is it possible that the church went beyond what Jesus taught about the nature of Scripture? In this message, Dr. Sproul continues to answer the critics of Scripture, as he considers …

  • A Charitable Reaction by

    An unfortunate instance that unfolds in everyone’s life is the experience where somebody had said something unkind to you in public. As believers, how do we respond to that sort of thing? Dr. Sproul accounts a time when that …

  • A Confessing Faith by

    Do you believe Scripture? If so, what do you believe it to say? If you had to sit down and write a confession of what you believe, what would you include in that document? Looking at these questions, Dr. Sproul …

  • A Consuming Fire by

    There have always been those who have argued that a truly holy God could not or would not consign anyone to eternal punishment. Such, they say, is inconsistent with God’s love. In this lecture, Dr. Sproul explains why the …

  • A Consuming Fire by

    The imagery of fire normally arouses sentiments of terror and dread. Fire possesses the capacity to destroy and wreak havoc in the worst of ways, and this reality forces us to recall these facts when we think about this powerful …