• The Necessity of Baptism by

    Professing Christians may be at all different stages in regards to baptism—perhaps some have been baptized as an infant or sometime later life, or perhaps some are still awaiting baptism; while some may have heard and believed the gospel …

  • Paul Tillich on the Death of God by

    Today we sometimes hear about a god that is an impersonal force or creative energy behind the universe. But how would you describe God? Is He personal or impersonal? Is there a third category? In this message, Dr. Sproul examines …

  • Neo-Orthodoxy by

    God is certainly different from us. But how different is God from man? Some say that we cannot be compared to God in any way because He is completely different from the people He created. He is what some theologians …

  • Background to Contemporary Theology by

    Since the beginning, God’s people have veered off of the right track, either tripped up by error within the church walls or lulled away by the current ideas of the age. The church is always at risk of veering …

  • Ninteenth-Century Theology by

    How do you know God? By faith, of course, but what informs your faith? According to some, if you really want to know God and what Christianity is all about, you will just have to feel it. Reflecting on this …

  • Rudolf Bultmann by

    As modern Christians celebrate Easter, how important is it that they believe there was actually a historical figure named Jesus who rose from the dead? Does someone actually have to rise from a literal grave for Christians to posses the …

  • Current Theological Trends by

    As much as some people would not like to admit, Marxism had a concern for the poor. It recognized an abuse of power by many who were rich, lording it over the masses. The church has a similar concern for …

  • A Theological Foreground: Where We Are Today by

    What relevancy does contemporary theology have in your life? What role does it play in the life of the church? Theology can sometimes be intimidating; and when it comes to some of the modern developments, it can get confusing. Dr …

  • To the Ends of the Earth by

      There is a lot of discussion about the purpose of the church today, leaving us with the question, what is the primary task of the church? And, what role does the ordinary Christian play in the accomplishing of that task …

  • Wheat, Tares, and Waiting for the Harvest by

      Are you a part of the visible church or the invisible church? Are there two churches? How does this harmonize with the Apostles’ Creed that says this church is one? In this message, Dr. Sproul gives us another description of …

  • When to Leave a Church by

      People leave churches all the time. But too often, people leave their church for reasons that have no biblical or theological basis. But is there a biblical or theological reason when Christians may leave there church? Is there ever a …

  • The Mother of God’s Children by

      Is it possible to have a personal relationship with Jesus and not be a member of an organized church? Some say that the Bible doesn’t actually command them to go to church. But is that true? What does the …

  • One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic by

      Do you belong to the one true church, that is, the catholic church? A true Christian would say yes. Thinking of this, Dr. Sproul examines what it means to be the “One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic” church.  

  • Sanctified People, Sanctified Space by

      To understand the meaning and mission of the church, we must first define exactly what the church is. Is the church a building or a people or both? If we speak of the church as a building, then what kind …

  • The King Shall Come by

    In this Advent message entitled “The King Shall Come,” Dr. Sproul shows that the success of our King is not based on a piece of land, or anything else in creation, but on Himself.