• Questions and Answers by

    To finish this series, Dr. Sproul is joined by his son Dr. RC Sproul Jr. to discuss some of the pressing issues that affect the church today. Topics include liberal pastors, church discipline, felt need preaching, and the final destiny …

  • Classical/Biblical Worldview by

    Whether you realize it or not, you have a worldview—a system by which you measure life’s critical questions: Does God exist? What is His nature and relationship to the world? How should I live in this world? etc …

  • Secularism by

    How do we solve our ethical problems that are so closely tied to religion in the secular arena? In this concluding message of the series Battle for Our Minds, Dr. Sproul traces the effects of the Enlightenment to our very …

  • Age of Reason/Enlightenment by

    Continuing to look at the Battle for Our Minds, Dr. Sproul looks at deism and the road deists paved which has led to the world where we now live. As he looks at the major shift that took place which …

  • Angels (Part 1) by

    What are angels? Is their existence something to be regarded as myth? Are they some kind of heavenly heroes we’ve conjured up in our minds? What does the Bible say? If angels really do exist, perhaps there is some …

  • Angels (Part 2) by

    There are many questions we all have about angels: What exactly is an angel and where does it rank in the created order? What earthly purposes do these heavenly beings have? What are they doing right now and what were …

  • What About Those Who Demand Their Rights? by

    What exactly do people mean when they say every woman has a right to her own body? The abortion issue seems to be the flagship of the woman’s rights movement. How often do you hear that a woman has …

  • What Is Your Verdict? by

    The evidence has been presented. The arguments have been made. Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, have you reached a verdict? 

  • When Does Life Begin? by

    Pivotal to the Roe versus Wade decision was the question of whether a fetus is a real person who possesses certain inalienable rights that are protected under the U. S. Constitution. Since that decision made more than 30 years ago …

  • How Sacred Is Human Life? by

    Emanuel Kant said that the sacredness of life was self-evident. The framers of the Declaration of Independence shared his conviction as they wrote, “We hold these truths to be self-evident …” Now, things that are self-evident theoretically need no explanation, but …

  • What Are the Key Issues? by

    On January 22, 1973, a decision came from the courts of the United States that legalized abortion on demand. Since then, this country has been split over the legitimacy of the Roe v. Wade decision. Is abortion murder? Is a …

  • The Resurrection by

    Will you recognize your friends in heaven? What will you look like in a glorified body? What does the Apostle Paul mean when he talks about a spiritual body in 1 Corinthians 15? Does he mean that our resurrected bodies …

  • The Kingdom of God by

    The Kingdom of God is a predominant theme throughout Scripture. John the Baptist announced the coming of the King, and when He came, Jesus preached on the Kingdom throughout His entire ministry. But when exactly will the Kingdom come? What …

  • Eternal Punishment by

    The doctrine of hell is an unpopular teaching in the church today, but it is still a biblical teaching. Some people think that hell is a literal lake of fire attended by the devil and his demons. Others believe hell …

  • The Millennium by

    The way we approach any book of the Bible will affect the outcome of its interpretation. This has led to multiple end-time views of redemptive history. Does the word millennium actually mean one-thousand years? Will there be a Rapture? Looking …