• Modern Philosophers by

    Philosophies such as Positivism, Pragmatism, Pluralism, and Relativism have been let loose to roam the halls of our schools, workplaces, and, yes, even our churches. So how do we deal with them? The first thing we must do is identify …

  • Monarchianism by

    In Apologetics of the Early Church, Dr. R.C. Sproul addresses the attacks that were leveled at the church in its first four hundred years, and he explores how Justin Martyr, Augustine, and other early church apologists answered the charges …

  • Monastery & Rome Crisis by

    The word “holy” gets bandied about often in contemporary culture. Some apply the term to archaic or sacred ideas or items from past civilizations, while others combine it with a noun for use as an impromptu expression of fear or …

  • Monism and Pluralism by

    Unaided by Scripture, the pre-Socractic philosophers embarked on a quest for ultimate reality. How did we get here? What is the source of all things? What gives reality purpose and harmony?  Their answers were interesting, to say the least. In …

  • Monotheism by

    Without question, there is great mystery when it comes to the Godhead. Yet the Bible plainly affirms that the Father is God, the Son is God, and the Holy Spirit is God. Dr. Sproul begins this new series on “The …

  • Montanism by

    In the early centuries of the church there was no shortage of people who wanted to have a heightened spiritual experience. And just like today, there was no shortage of influential leaders who promised to give it to them. Are …

  • Moral Corruption by

    How sinful is sin? Do we really understand the power of sin and its effects? What exactly does sin affect in our being? Are we all equally sinful or are some more sinful than others? These are just some of …

  • Moral Relativism by

    Do you have the legal right to break God’s law? In many places, people have no rights granted by their government, while in others they are granted certain legal rights. But the rights granted by earthly authorities and those …

  • Mosaic Covenant (Part 1) by

    By far the most complicated covenant to understand in its relation to the covenant of grace is the Mosaic covenant. In this lecture, Dr. Sproul seeks to explain the relationship of the Law to the believer, and to discuss the …

  • Mosaic Covenant (Part 2) by

    The Mosaic covenant was established after Israel’s redemption from Egypt. Thus, it was a gracious covenant enacted to draw all the nations of the world to Israel’s holy God. Dr. Sproul, in this message, continues to expound upon …

  • Moses by

  • Moses and Elijah by

    The Mount of Transfiguration represents a crucial point in the life of Christ. But going to the mount was not the last stop on Jesus’ ministry journeys. His earthly ministry did not end in a blaze of glory, rather the …

  • Moses and the Exodus by

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  • Music: The Handmaiden of Theology by

    It is no question that the words we sing in our songs to the Lord must be biblical. The theology of the lyrics must be in accord with the theology in the Bible. But, what about the music itself? What …