• The Indwelling Power of Love by

    When the Holy Spirit indwells a believer, He does not move in empty-handed—he brings something else with him. “So what is it?” you might ask. Whatever it is, he brought it because we didn’t have it. It reflects God …

  • The Inevitable Question by

    Would it be an exaggeration to say that the doctrine of predestination is at the core of the Christian faith? Sooner or later, Christians have to talk about it. If we ignore it, then we neglect the teaching of Sacred …

  • Infallibility and Truth by

    With all of the scientific discoveries we have made, can we still trust our Bibles to inform us in the field of science? Dr. Sproul says, “More than ever!” We constantly witness the ongoing clash between the teachings of secular …

  • Infallibility & Inerrancy by

    With the rise of higher criticism, particularly in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Scripture has come under widespread attack, but specifically, the concepts of infallibility and inerrancy have been sharply criticized. Dr. Sproul explains the importance of the “Infallibility and …

  • Infancy Hymns by

    Throughout the Old Testament, God’s major redemptive acts were celebrated in song. The Song of Moses in Exodus 15 celebrated the redemption of Israel from Egypt. The Song of Deborah in Judges 5 celebrated the defeat of the Canaanites …

  • Infant Baptism by

  • Inflation by

    No one likes inflation, but it seems we have accepted it as our economic thorn in the flesh. Perhaps if we understood a little more about the causes for inflation, we would find it unacceptable in our current economic system …

  • The Influence of Music by

    One of the biggest influences that contributes to the so-called generation gap is music. In the modern world, music in many ways defines the youth culture of today. But is this really a modern phenomenon? Can the influence of music …

  • Influential Women of the New Testament by

  • In God’s Name by

    How much holy fear overtakes you when you take a vow? Have you sworn to God in dealings with friends or family when pressed for the truth? How seriously did you take that oath? Thinking of this in this message …

  • Inner Sanctum by

    Has the church lost it relevancy? Perhaps the God people hear about in many churches is not the one described in Scripture. If that is true, then, yes, the church has lost its relevancy. Is it enough to tell the …

  • The Inner Struggle by

  • The Innocent Native by

    What happens to the poor innocent native who has never heard the gospel of Jesus Christ? Unfortunately, some well-meaning Christians try to answer that question in a way that denies salvation by faith alone in Christ alone. What is the …

  • The Insanity of Luther by

  • Inspiration and Authority of Scripture (Part 1) by

    There are many Christians who would readily confess that the Bible is the inspired Word of God—that all Scripture is God-breathed; and that it is infallible—that as the Word of God, it cannot fail. But when probed a little further …