• Meaning of the Gospel (Part 1) by

    If you were asked to give a summary statement of what the gospel is, what would you say? First Peter 3:15 tells us that we are always to be ready to give an answer for the hope that is …

  • The Christian Man in the Home by

    The Christian is duty-bound in every sphere of life. But what is the relationship between love and duty? In this message in the series “Meaning for Men,” Dr. Sproul explores yet one more sphere in which the Christian man finds …

  • The Christian Man in the World by

    There are certain qualities that the Christian man should be seeking with a resolve to never be distracted or hindered regardless of the consequences. Such qualities are a rare find, and the men who possess them bear witness to the …

  • The Trust of a Man by

    There is no one more worthy of our trust than God Himself, who is altogether trustworthy. It is one thing for a man to profess his trust in God, it is quite another thing to prove it. Abraham proved it …

  • The Christian Man in the Church by

    What is a real man? What are the distinguishing traits that God has given to man, and what responsibilities accompany them? In this message, Dr. Sproul looks to Scripture for these answers, and reminds us that men need not leave …

  • The Price of a Man by

    In the Garden of Eden, the all-time worst question was given the all-time worst answer. And today, mankind is still suffering for it, while the question remains, “Has God said?” When tempted in the wilderness, Jesus’ response was radically different …

  • The Word of a Man by

    Righteousness and holiness are to be our ultimate pursuits. But what exactly does that mean? How does that flesh itself out in the real world? Looking at what it means to be a man of integrity, Dr. Sproul discusses spiritual …

  • Questions & Answers by

      Who is Mary, the mother of Jesus? According to the Roman Catholic Church, she was the only person other than Jesus who was born without original sin, she remained a virgin throughout her life, she was assumed into heaven, she …

  • Mary’s Magnificent Savior by

    How do we know that Mary was a sinner? The answer is quite simple. She says so and Scripture records it. However, before you relegate Mary to a category of ordinary women, be sure to consider all the facts. In …

  • Listen to Him! by

    What should we expect from Mary? Is there a message she has given that can apply to all people today? Considering this, Dr. Sproul revisits the wedding at Cana where Jesus performed His first miracle, and where Mary had a …

  • Hail Mary? by

    Does Rome really teach that we should worship Mary, the mother of Jesus? Does Rome teach that she is God’s mother? When is it proper for Protestants to hail Mary? In this message, Dr. Sproul considers these questions and …

  • A Model of Submission by

    Without question, there are stark differences between Protestant and Roman Catholic understandings of who Mary is and her role in redemptive history. But is there common ground where we can agree? What can we learn from the life of Mary …

  • Marriage & Divorce by

    What is the original purpose of marriage? Unfortunately, there seems to be a lot of confusion about marriage these days, along with a high rate of divorce. In this message, Dr. Sproul gleans from Matthew chapter nineteen as he looks …

  • Telling the Truth by

    Jesus said, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God.” Peter reminds us that we are to seek peace and pursue it. Paul goes on to say that if possible, live peaceably with all men. Yet …

  • Wealth & Poverty by

    Is it sinful to be rich? Is poverty a sign of lack of faith? What does the Bible teach about wealth and poverty? Are Christians allowed to have more than they need? Considering these questions in this message, Dr. Sproul …