• Angels (Part 2) by

    There are many questions we all have about angels: What exactly is an angel and where does it rank in the created order? What earthly purposes do these heavenly beings have? What are they doing right now and what were …

  • Angel Worship? by

    Scripture tells us that human beings were made a little lower than the angels. How then should Christians esteem the angels? Shall we bow before them in reverence and awe? The answer becomes abundantly clear when we read the book …

  • The Anointing of the Seventy by

    Moses had a very difficult calling. He was not a pastor of a local mid-sized congregation: he was the shepherd of over nearly a million people. A responsibility like that cannot be handled alone. Fortunately for Moses, he was not …

  • Anselm by

    Is God the greatest conceivable being you can think of? Of course He is. But how do we prove the God of our thinking is actually a being in reality. Early Christian thinker, Anselm, wrote down his thoughts on this …

  • The Anthem of the Angels by

    Every country has its own anthem; but is there an anthem just for God? Is there a royal anthem for the King of Kings? What do the citizens of heaven sing in unity, and how can we sing in concert …

  • The Antichrist by

    Who or what is the Antichrist? Is the Antichrist a man or an institution? Is he a person who is presently alive? Like so many things incorporated in the last-day teachings of the Bible, there is little consensus in the …

  • Apart From the Works of the Law by

    This lecture will explain and defend the doctrine of justification by faith alone, emphasizing the imputed righteousness of Christ.

  • Apostles and Deacons by

    Pastors are leaving the ministry at an alarming rate. With all the added responsibilities that have been assigned to the modern pastor, the pulpit has suffered to the detriment of all. What can we do to allow the pastor to …

  • Aquinas (Part 1) by

    You can’t read about human DNA in the Bible and you can’t study God’s plan of redemption under a microscope. Does that mean science and faith contradict each other? Are there two different kinds of truth in …

  • Aquinas (Part 2) by

    When we think about the awesome nature of God, we may be tempted to say the words can’t describe it. Is God so far above us that He transcends all human language? How does the knowledge of the infinite …

  • Aquinas vs. Kant by

    In Kant’s critique he touches on the concept of classical synthesis and gives a comprehensive critique of the traditional arguments for the existence of God. His was an attack against Thomas Aquinas’ view of natural theology. Here Dr. Sproul, outlines …

  • 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 …

  • Are Miracles for Today? by

    A subject that’s debated all the time in the life of the church is the topic of miracles. Should we as 20th Century Christians, expect miracles to be occurring in the life of the church today, or have miracles …

  • Are There Absolutes? by

    In the mainstream marketplace of ideas, relativism has secured itself as a foundational premise upon which people build their worldview. What is the appeal of relativism? Why are people so quick to abandon truth? In this message, Dr. Sproul discusses …

  • Are We Born Free? by

    Is it possible that we are able to do good works without the aid of grace? Are people born with the ability to obey God? Are we born free of the effects of Adam’s original sin? Looking at these questions …