• Believing the Gospel by

    It is without question that Jesus’ death on the cross was the ultimate sacrifice on behalf of His people. Because of His atoning death, we have the rights and privileges of the children of God. Is there anything more Jesus …

  • Berkeley and Empiricism by

    If a tree falls in the forest and there is no one there to hear it, does it still make a sound? You’ve probably heard that question before and you just might have passed it off as just another …

  • Be Satisfied! by

    What are the similarities between the old covenant and the new covenant? In God’s Law and the Christian, Dr. R.C. Sproul examines the old covenant law and explains how it is similar yet distinct from the new covenant.

  • Be Strong and Courageous by

    All of us have battles that we must overcome in our lives. Sickness, the death of loved ones, and financial crisis are just a few of the battles we face. If ever there were times we wanted to experience God’s …

  • 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 …

  • Beware of Apostasy by

    Scripture gives grave warnings and severe punishments for the sin of apostasy. What is apostasy? What is the real danger of apostasy and in what ways does it manifest itself in the church? In this message, Dr. Sproul explains the …

  • Beware of Idolatry by

    Perhaps you have heard some Christians say they worship a God of love. Although the Bible tells us that God is love, they may be speaking of an idol. How is that possible? What happens when God’s people create …

  • Beware of the Leaven of the Pharisees by

    When we look into the gospels at the Pharisees and see the confrontations they had with Jesus, it is hard to find anything good about them. They did do some things right, but as men who spent so much time …

  • Be Who You Are! by

    Christians are sinners saved by grace. The goal of Christians, individually, as well as the church body, is to glorify God in light of that fact. But that imperative is not always evident in our lives. The Apostle Paul called …

  • The Bible and Apologetics (Part 1) by

    Wouldn’t it be right to say that the proper starting point in apologetics is the defense of sacred Scripture? In Part 1 of “The Bible and Apologetics”, Dr. Sproul shows that the first thing to do is to establish …

  • The Bible and Apologetics (Part 2) by

    Do I trust my judgment and the corporate wisdom of psychologists and psychiatrists over the Bible as a source of ultimate truth? In part 2 of “The Bible and Apologetics”, Dr. Sproul deals with the sacred Scriptures and the question …

  • The Bible and Apologetics (Part 3) by

    In part 3 of “The Bible and Apologetics”, Dr. Sproul attempts to show that there is in fact a linear argument that moves progressively through various stages. Follow as he also illustrates in simple terms how the question of Christ …

  • The Bible and Apologetics (Part 4) by

    Jesus himself, makes a claim that no human teacher ought ever to make unless it’s a true claim. He says, “I say nothing on My own authority, but what the Father reveals to Me I declare to You.” Here …

  • The Bible and Apologetics (Part 5) by

    In the last of this series of discussions regarding the integrity and authority of the Bible, Dr. Sproul discusses some interesting arguments that have been advanced in church history to defend Scripture. In this lecture, he delves into Calvin’s …

  • The Bible and Science by

    Does the Bible have anything to say about our natural world? What happens when theologians and scientists are in direct conflict with each other? In this message, Dr. Sproul teaches us about the harmony between natural and special revelation as …