• Bondage of the Will by

    Many believe that we are totally free to choose salvation. In Willing to Believe, Dr. R.C. Sproul shows that man’s will is not free but in bondage to sin. He says that we are doomed unless God has …

  • Born of the Spirit by

    In the latter part of the twentieth century, “born-again Christian” became a popular term to describe people who underwent a conversion experience to Christianity. Where did this idea of being born again come from? Why must people be born again …

  • Born to Sin? by

      Many believe that we are totally free to choose salvation. In Willing to Believe, R.C. shows that man’s will is not free but in bondage to sin. He says that we are doomed unless God has mercy and …

  • Boy Jesus in the Temple by

    The New Testament tells us very little about the years between Jesus’ birth and the beginning of His ministry. The gospel of Luke contains the one significant account that exists—the story of Jesus’ visit to the temple at the …

  • Building Amidst Opposition by

    As the Kingdom of God advances, can the people of God avoid controversy and opposition? Nehemiah faced many of the same hardships as any leader. If organizing a massive building project were not enough, Nehemiah had to lead the people …

  • Building St. Peters by

    Sadly, the church, composed of sinful men and women, does not escape the infiltration of depravity, but it frequently suffers greatly from it. Corruption among officials, particularly high-ranking leaders, has serious ramifications both within and without the church’s borders …

  • But God by

    The Apostle Paul says in the book of Ephesians that people are dead in their sins before they receive the gospel. That being true, how can dead people believe the gospel in order that they may be saved? How do …

  • By Christ Alone by

    Can good works save you from your sins? Of course they can. Although there is no good work a sinner can do that deserves merit from God, there is One whose work does deserve merit. And it is because of …

  • By Faith, or By Faith Alone? by

    If we were truly saved by faith alone, wouldn’t the Bible use the term faith alone? If that phrase isn’t in the Bible, then why are the protestant Reformers always teaching this concept? In “By Faith, or Faith …

  • By What Shall We Swear by

    If we are going to take an oath, we had better do it right. Unfortunately, many people are committing idolatry when they swear an oath. What is the proper way to swear to an oath, and under what conditions shall …

  • Can a Christian Lose His Salvation? by

    Many of us have had friends and family who said they were Christians fall away from the faith they once professed. Judging by our experience, it would be easy to conclude that they have lost their salvation. But we know …

  • Can God Die? by

    If God is the One who made all things, then who made God? Dr. Sproul considers this common question in this message as he looks at the beginner who has no beginning or ending.

  • Canonicity by

    How do we know the right books have been included in this collection or library of books that we call the sacred Scripture? This is the question of canon. The word, “canon,” comes from a Greek word, “kanon,” which is …

  • Can We Enjoy Heaven Knowing of Loved Ones in Hell? by

    Many of the toughest questions Christians face from skeptics involve the doctrine of eternal punishment and hell. But it is not only unbelievers who ask questions about hell. Many Christians have unbelieving loved ones who have died, and they wonder …

  • Can We Know Truth? by ,

    Emmanuel Kant said that if God exists, we can’t know it because of a wall that separates the world of the physical from the world of the metaphysical. Unfortunately many have fallen for this faulty reasoning. In this message …