• 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 …

  • Yahweh (Part 2) by

    What is the difference between human beings and the Supreme Being? Is the only difference between God and man simply a matter of degree? For the answer to that question, we need look no further than God’s name revealed …

  • Yahweh: The Name of God by

    It is customary to ask a person’s name when you meet someone for the first time. Names are essential for identification. When Moses encountered the burning bush in the wilderness, he asked God what His name was. What Moses …

  • Yearning for the City by

    After World War II, we saw Jews from all over the world migrating to the old city of Jerusalem hoping to re-establish a homeland and refuge for the Jewish people. But as with any city of the world, sin and …

  • Yes or No by

    There are some churches today who say that it is never biblical to take a vow or swear an oath. If all oaths and vows are wrong, how are Christians to understand the use of them in the Bible? Did …

  • Yes or NO? by

    When was the last time you were let down or hurt because somebody didn’t follow through with their word? Conversely, when was the last time somebody else was let down or hurt because you didn’t follow through with …

  • Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: The Immutability of God by

    The Bible tells us that God is unchanging in His being, perfections, purposes, and promises. In this session, R.C. Sproul explains what God’s attribute of immutability does and does not mean, and reminds us why this doctrine is …

  • Yesterday, Today, & Tomorrow: The Immutability of God by

    For centuries, ancient philosophers have sought to discover the essence of being. What constitutes a thing in reality from a non-thing or nothing? It doesn’t take a philosopher to understand that things exist, and to notice that these things …