• Faulty Logic and Sense Perception by

    In the previous lecture, Dr. Sproul stated four reasons why intelligent people come to differing conclusions about major issues such as the existence of God. In this message, Dr. Sproul discusses why we are prone to making errors in reasoning …

  • The Nature of Religion by

    Is the origin of religion rooted in some deep and dark psychological need within the human heart? Dr. Sproul discusses the destructive thought of Professor Sigmund Freud, the atheistic philosopher, and how it has influenced the way people think of …

  • A Contrite Repentance by

    Do you have what is required for true biblical repentance? Repentance is essential, and not just repentance, but genuine repentance. Now that the ultimate sacrifice has been offered, what prevents us from genuine repentance today? In this message, Dr. Sproul …

  • A Vested Interest by

    Many folks cope with the pain and suffering of life by holding on to the hope of a better place where there is no more pain, suffering, and tears. Who wouldn’t want to go to a place like that …

  • How Do You Know? by

    Dr. Sproul talks briefly about why it is that people of great and impeccable academic and scientific credentials will disagree on very important issues.  Of these, none is more important then the question of the existence of God.

  • Purging the Inward Parts by

    Although becoming a child of God is a onetime event, repentance is a life-long practice that must come from the depths of our souls. From whence comes your repentance? In this message entitled “Purging the Inward Parts,” Dr. Sproul discusses …

  • God’s Just Judgment by

    It is typical for a fallen child of Adam to question God’s justice concerning original sin. Coming from a fallen nature, it only seems natural for a sinner to question the fairness of the imputation of sin. But as …

  • Tender Mercies by

    Just like our first parents in the Garden, we try to cover our sin. We see this in the life of David—after being confronted by the prophet Nathan about his sin with Bathsheba, David confessed his sin and realized …

  • The Sin of David by

    What can we learn from a man who committed adultery, conspiracy, and murder? It is not what we learn from his sin that has any value, it is what David did after his sin that is so essential for us …

  • A Psalm of Repentance by

    What is biblical repentance? You might have heard it said that repentance is a changing of one’s mind. And that is correct. But there’s more. In this message, Dr. Sproul helps us understand what true biblical repentance and …

  • Is God Responsible for Human Wickedness? by

    If God is sovereign over all things, and if he is indeed a good God, then how do we fit the idea of human wickedness and evil into this picture? Does God make human beings commit evil acts? If He …

  • God or Chance? by

    By definition, an atheist is someone who denies the existence of God. A theist on the contrary is someone who affirms that He exists. Christians, by definition are in the category of theists. So is it possible for a Christian …

  • If God Knows Our Needs, Why Pray? by

    We serve an all-loving, all-knowing, omnipotent God, who loves to give His children what they need. Yet we are instructed by Jesus in the Lord’s prayer to ask the Father for our daily provisions. But if God already knows …

  • God Makes it All Happen by

    Are there things that God does not or cannot control? Is there anything that God did not cause to happen? How much does God control and how much does He sit back and watch? Considering these questions in this message …

  • What About Human Freedom? by

    Whatever you plan on doing for the next half hour will be your free choice. And yet, whatever you decide, it will be according to God’s sovereign plan. So which is it: your plan or God’s? Considering this …