• Understanding Suffering by

    When you face suffering at any level, how do you handle it? Do you deny its existence; become indifferent to its effects; cover it up; or courageously take it head on? In this message entitled “Understanding Suffering,” Dr. Sproul …

  • Understanding the Parousia by

  • The Uniqueness of Christ by

    Do all roads lead to God? With all the different religions in the world, how dare the Christians believe that Jesus is the only way. How should Christians answer such a criticism? In this message, Dr. Sproul tackles this thought …

  • United in the Truth by

    How can churches disagree doctrinally and still have unity with one another? Is such an idea even possible? Are there doctrines that we can disagree on without compromising the unity of the church, and more importantly, which ones? In this …

  • Unless the Father Draws: God’s Sovereignty Over the Soul by

  • The Unpardonable Sin by

    Jesus cautioned the religious leaders of His day against blaspheming the Holy Spirit. He warned them that it was not only a sin to blaspheme the Spirit of God, but the nature of this particular kind of blasphemy makes it …

  • The Untouchable by

    Why does God punish His own children so severely for making what seem to be harmless mistakes? As in the case with Uzza, who placed his hand on the Ark of the Covenant—in an instant he died as a direct …

  • Unwilling to Believe by

  • Unwilling to Receive by

  • Upsetting the World by

    Throughout the book of Acts, Christians are persecuted for their impact on society. Jesus said in His High Priestly Prayer, “I do not ask You to take them out of the world, but to keep them from the evil one …

  • Vanity of Vanity by

    Without Christ, without hope,” this statement is one that we draw from the writer of Ecclesiastes’ verse, “Vanity of vanity—all is vanity.” In this portion of the series Dr. Sproul talks about the meaning behind this Old Testament verse, mainly—that …

  • Vessels of Destruction by

    What if God, desiring to show His wrath and to make known His power, has endured with much patience vessels of wrath prepared for destruction? This is certainly a loaded question, and it comes right out of Scripture in Romans …

  • A Vested Interest by

    Many folks cope with the pain and suffering of life by holding on to the hope of a better place where there is no more pain, suffering, and tears. Who wouldn’t want to go to a place like that …

  • Victorious Church by

  • The Virgin Mary by

    A distinctive feature of the Roman Catholic Church is the veneration of Mary, the mother of Jesus. Any baptized and confirmed Roman Catholic parishioner has recited the Hail Mary. Is there anything in the content of the Hail Mary that …