• Here and Now by

    How do you view the world around you? From what perspective do you stand as you look at life? Although the secularist will disagree, answers to these questions have eternal ramifications. In this message entitled “Here and Now,” Dr. Sproul …

  • When Man Is God by

    Tracing the genealogy of humanism through the centuries, we see a long line of philosophers who have ensured the next generation of humanists. But humanism’s founding father hasn’t been given the recognition he is due. Who is the …

  • Driven by Pleasure by

    What is the Christian view of pleasure? Is it simply a question of moderation? Can we use pleasure to measure what is good? Examining these questions in this message, Dr. Sproul looks at an ancient philosophy that is being enjoyed …

  • The Wisdom of Counsel by

    How do we know when we are making the wisest decision among many good choices? That will take wisdom - but where do we get it? In this message, Dr. Sproul considers these questions as he teaches us the biblical principle …

  • Proverbs by

    Are the critics right? Does the Bible really have contradictions? If not, then what do we do with difficult Bible passages that seem to contradict one another? Certainly embracing contradictions would not be wise. Continuing this series on Wisdom, Dr …

  • The Psalms by

    When the disciples asked Jesus to teach them to pray, He gave them the “Lord’s Prayer.” Without question, this is the model that sums-up all of the essential elements of prayer when we bring our praise and requests to …

  • Introduction to Wisdom by

    When you think of philosophy, do you think of useless pursuits of abstract thoughts and meaningless questions that have no connection to real life? Isn’t philosophy a worldly study rather than a Christian endeavor? Beginning this series on Wisdom …

  • Ecclesiastes, Job, and the Song of Solomon by

    The Bible has never been without controversy. That is because it speaks on the deep issues of life that we are all acquainted with intimately. We all have our own personal way of dealing with these issues—often to our detriment …

  • The Nature of Wisdom by

    Certainly the stories of the Bible, or narratives as they are called, of Noah, Abraham, and David, are easy enough to understand. But, what happens when we venture out of the narratives into the books of poetry? Is there some …

  • God’s Will and the Bible by

    Sometimes Christians confuse that which is prohibited with that which God has allowed. Is there really a way for the Christian to know God’s will? Dr. Sproul gives us biblical guidelines and principles to help us determine the will …

  • God’s Will and Your Vocation by

    What is God’s will for us when it comes to jobs, careers, and vocations? Is there a way to discover which career is best suited for God’s people? Continuing to give us biblical guidelines and principles to help …

  • 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 …

  • The Truth Shall Make You Free by

    The Bible makes it clear that we were in bondage to sin before we were set free through the power of the gospel. But does bondage to sin mean that we were not free at all? What about free will …

  • Sovereign Grace by

    Whenever we make a decision, we want that decision to be ours. Is it possible to choose something against our will? What function does our free will have in receiving the gospel? Continuing this study on the doctrine of free …

  • A Divided Will? by

    A common misconception people have of the Augustinian view of grace is that people come to faith against their wills, when the very opposite is actually the case. In fact, without grace there can be no free will. So, what …