• What is Repentance? by

    Both believer and unbeliever are called to repent. But what exactly is repentance? Is it simply saying sorry for a sin committed? Is repenting merely ceasing from bad behavior? In this message, Dr. Sproul begins a new series on the …

  • What is the ‘Gospel’? by

    Christians are called to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ, but in our day there is confusion about the content of the Gospel. The biblical Gospel is challenged not only by Roman Catholics and liberals, but by those who claim …

  • What is the Mind? by

    What is the difference between instinct and thought? In this message Dr. Sproul will help us understand what it means to have a Christian mind.

  • What Is Theology? by

    What is theology? If you asked most people on the street if they knew the answer to that question, they would have no clue what to say. Biology, zoology, physiology, or anthropology sound familiar but theology, the study of God …

  • What Is the Standard of Truth? by

    Mankind has been living the fallout of the wrong response to God’s authority since Adam and Eve. Today we’re not surprised when the world disregards the authority of Scripture, but what happens when the church questions God’s …

  • What Is Truth? by

  • What Is Truth? by

    Truth seems to be a rare commodity these days in the marketplace of ideas. But we aren’t the only ones in history who have seen truth under attack. The prophet Jeremiah faced opposition when he tried to proclaim truth …

  • 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? 

  • What Manner of Man is This? by

    People suffer from all kinds of fears or phobias. But is there anyone out there afraid of holiness? In this message, Dr. Sproul shows us the varied responses of people who met Jesus face to face and discovered that Jesus …

  • What Time is It? by

    Americans are slaves to the clock. We strap them around our wrists, hang them on the walls, and put them just about anywhere we can to tell us where we are chronologically. As accurate as clocks are, they don’t …

  • 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 Anger Destroys by

    All of us from time to time make bad decisions motivated by anger only to regret them afterwards when the anger subsides. In the history of God’s people, there are manifold examples of people making costly decisions based on …

  • When Bitter Becomes Sweet by

    Are you looking for a shortcut to accelerate your spiritual growth? There just may be a shortcut to spiritual growth, but it will be anything but easy. In fact, this shortcut requires difficulty as a necessary means for the success …

  • 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 …

  • When Man Is God by

    Tracing the genealogy of humanism through the centuries, we see a long line of philosophers who have ensured the next generation of humanists. But humanism’s founding father hasn’t been given the recognition he is due. Who is the …