• Election & Reprobation by

    As we look at the theology of God’s decrees, we come face to face with the difficult doctrine of predestination. In “Election and Reprobation,” Dr. Sproul explores many of the questions which arise as we consider the relationship between …

  • The Creation of Man by

    We see in culture a radical shift in understanding the origin of human beings along with the various theories of evolution. “The Creation of Man,” explained by Dr. Sproul, shows us that even sinful human beings walking around in our …

  • The Baptism of the Holy Spirit by

    Have you been asked, “Are you baptized in the Holy Spirit?” What does that mean? Here, Dr. Sproul discusses subjects associated with “The Baptism of the Holy Spirit.” He discusses topics such as speaking in tongues and the idea of …

  • Common Grace by

    The classic definition of grace is unmerited or unearned favor, but in Dr. Sproul’s study of the doctrines of grace an important distinction is made between what we call common grace and what we call special grace. In this …

  • The Nature of Sin by

    It’s rare that we contemplate the full measure and scope of the impact of sin upon the world. Dr. Sproul points out in this lecture the impact that “The Nature of Sin” has upon Christians, the world and godliness.

  • The Influence of Music by

    One of the biggest influences that contributes to the so-called generation gap is music. In the modern world, music in many ways defines the youth culture of today.  But is this really a modern phenomenon? Can the influence of music …

  • Images by

    The history of art is full of biblical themes and Christian influence. Great artists such as Michelangelo and Rembrandt made dramatic contributions to the world of art. Where has the Christian influence in art gone? Is it proper to paint …

  • Music: The Handmaiden of Theology by

    It is no question that the words we sing in our songs to the Lord must be biblical. The theology of the lyrics must be in accord with the theology in the Bible. But, what about the music itself? What …

  • Is Beauty in the Eye of the Beholder? by

    Can beauty be objectively measured and thus deemed “good”?  Conversely, can it be judged as “bad”?  Or should we refrain from making such judgments and just accept everything as art permitting its value to be measured subjectively? Thinking of these …

  • Drama and Cinematography by

    Following the advent of radio came the development of  television, which brought revolutionary changes to our culture.  With images produced for us, we were no longer forced to use our imagination. What has that done to western culture? How should …

  • Aesthetics in Recent History by

    Throughout history, various art forms have developed in every culture, yet as Christians, we don’t normally associate the concepts of beauty and art to God.  Yet the Christian church has produced some of the finest artists in the world …

  • Architecture by

    What message do our churches communicate today? What are our buildings saying? Walls, doors, windows, and whatever else that is incorporated into the design of a building, communicate something. Why does all of this matter to the Christian? In this …

  • Art for Whose Sake? by

    Art can broadly be defined as human skill applied to give shape or “form” to “something.” With that in mind, is it possible to avoid art in the church? In this message entitled “Art for Whose Sake,” Dr. Sproul teaches …

  • Literature and the Christian by

    Art in any form is an expression of an idea or ideas. How much more is this realized in the world of literary arts? So, how can the Christian take advantage of the medium of literary art? In this message …

  • I Am the Lord, There Is No Other by

    Before he discovered the Gospel, contemplation of God’s holiness and his own sinfulness drove Martin Luther to despair. What did he grasp about holiness that most of us do not? In this lecture, Dr. Sproul introduces the topic of …