• 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 …

  • 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 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 …

  • The Return of Christ by

    The return of Jesus has been one of the most controversial theological discussions in the last few hundred years. To this day, there are dozens of schools of thought as to when and how Jesus will return to this world …

  • 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 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 …