• The Sacraments of the Church by

    One of the reasons why Christians are engaged in so much controversy about the sacraments is because they see the sacraments as being very, very serious matters, and rightly so. In “The Sacraments of the Church,” Dr. Sproul takes the …

  • 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 …

  • The Lord’s Supper by

    Throughout Church history the central sacrament of the Church has been the Lord’s Supper. In this message we are introduced to four main views of the sacrament; those of the Roman Catholic Church, the Lutheran Church, the Anabaptists, and …

  • The Holy Spirit in the Old Testament by

    Dr. Sproul begins a study in what we call “Pneumatology,” the study of the person and work of the Holy Spirit or the Holy Ghost. He spends time in this message looking at the various instances the Holy Spirit works …

  • Death and the Intermediate State by

    Are you afraid of death? If you are, what is it that scares you the most? When the Apostle Paul faced the possibility of departing from this world or remaining with his earthly ministry, he was torn between the two …

  • Perseverance of the Saints by

    Dr. Sproul refers to many New Testament scriptures that give us confidence that God is going to preserve us and bring our work of redemption to its completion in heaven. The doctrine of “The Perseverance of the Saints” speaks directly …

  • Baptism by

    In the message “Baptism,” Dr. Sproul answers important questions on the subject and explains that the validity of baptism rests not upon the person who receives, on the person who administers it, or on parents or anybody else; its validity …

  • Adoption and Union with Christ by

    We know that to be the children of God is something that is a gift, it is not earned, it is not something that is received inherently by natural birth. Unfortunately, we have heard televangelists make statements like, “We are …

  • The Gifts of the Spirit by

    Paul gives us rich insight into the very nature of the church that Christ has established. He has created a church; He has gifted Her with the gifts of the Holy Spirit for the purpose of edification and strengthening of …

  • The Fruit of the Holy Spirit by

    The chief goal of the Holy Spirit is to apply the fruits of the Gospel in such a way as to fulfill God’s mandate; to fulfill the will of God. Dr. Sproul details “The Fruit of the Spirit” in …

  • The Believer’s Final Rest by

    Heaven is a place shrouded in mystery. Jesus promised it and the Apostle John described it to some degree in the book of Revelation. But what do we really know about heaven? What can we expect when we get there …

  • General Revelation and Natural Theology by

    In Foundations: An Overview of Systematic Theology , R.C. Sproul shows that the truths of Scripture relate to each other in perfect harmony. This eye-opening series addresses a myriad of questions about the origin and authority of the Bible, God …

  • Worship in the Church by

    Any time we talk about the nature of the Church, we would be completely negligent if we overlooked one of the central purposes of the people of God: to express ourselves in corporate and personal worship. Dr. Sproul illustrates in …

  • Scope and Purpose of Theology by

    Why do we continue to study theology even after many scholars have come up with ideas and systems of thought? Dr. Sproul discusses in this message the scope and purpose of studying and learning theology.

  • Are Miracles for Today? by

    A subject that’s debated all the time in the life of the church is the topic of miracles. Should we as 20th Century Christians, expect miracles to be occurring in the life of the church today, or have …