• Why Did Christ Die? by

    Why Did Christ Die?”  That question will be answered as Dr. Sproul begins to lead us throughout several messages studying the atonement of Christ. To plumb the depths of the activity of the atonement of Christ takes great seriousness. Dr …

  • Why Didn’t Jesus Know? by

    When the disciples asked Jesus about the time of His return, He gave them a hard saying. He told them that no man, including Himself, knew when the Son of Man would return. So what do we do with this …

  • Why Do Nations Rage? by

    When used correctly, humor is a very effective tool in communication. Very often, a point of debate is best driven home by a good punch line. But what makes God laugh? Riddles? Knock-knock jokes? Or perhaps the evil nations of …

  • Why Study the Bible? by

    As Christians, we are all called to master the most important tool of the Christian life—the Bible. In this first message of the series “Knowing Scripture,” Dr. Sproul shows us the importance of diligent study of the Scriptures.

  • Why the God-Man? by

    What are the requirements for God to forgive sins? What is it that the death of Jesus accomplished in God’s economy? Could God have simply forgiven our sins without sending His Son to die on the cross? Considering these …

  • Widows & Orphans by

    The world may argue that all religions are equal, but the one true God has declared that there is one faith, one Lord, and one baptism. How we treat widows and orphans is merely one important way to show the …

  • Will a Man Rob God? by

    Are Christians required to tithe? What is the tithe? How much should the tithe be? To whom should the tithe be given? Does tithing guarantee prosperity? Considering these questions in this message, Dr. Sproul helps us understand the nature of …

  • Willing to Believe by

    This lecture will explain the bondage of man’s will, distinguishing between moral ability and natural ability, and affirming that to deny election is to deny depravity.

  • Wisdom Through Suffering by

    From a mere human perspective, it appears that many people with no regard for righteousness seem to be happier than others. They are successful in their worldly pursuits of pleasure and prosperity, while those who seek righteousness seem to find …

  • With Clarity and Good Conscience by

    We’ve all been victims of a broken promise; but if we are honest, we recognize that we don’t always follow through with what we say either. So, on what grounds are we justified when reneging on our vows …

  • Without Form and Void by

    How much time elapsed between Genesis 1:1 and Genesis 1:2? Was there a gap between God’s creation of the heavens and the earth and the six-days of creation? In this message entitled “Without Form and Void,” Dr …

  • Witnesses of the Resurrection: The Apostolic Message by

    R.C. Sproul explains the centrality of the resurrection to the apostolic Gospel proclamation in the book of Acts and in the Epistles. We often talk about why Jesus died, but why was it also necessary that He be raised …

  • Worshiping a Holy God by

    Economics, politics, athletics, romance, careers, raising a family - holiness affects every aspect of our lives. And like Isaiah, we cannot remain unchanged. Our response is one of worship and adoration. Christianity is not merely an experience of a different dimension …

  • 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 …

  • Yahweh (Part 1) by

    We all know the story of Moses as he came to the burning bush in the wilderness. It was there that Moses asked God to identify Himself. But did God, in fact, ever tell Moses His name? Some say no …