• Neo-Orthodoxy by

    God is certainly different from us. But how different is God from man? Some say that we cannot be compared to God in any way because He is completely different from the people He created. He is what some theologians …

  • Neo-orthodoxy and the Canon of Scripture by

    When you read the Bible, what is the nature of the truth of God revealed in it? And once we understand that which was revealed, can we capture the truths of Scripture in our creeds, confessions, and catechisms? These questions …

  • Never Fails by

    All good things must come to an end.” You may have heard that misinformed worldly wisdom before. Fortunately, it is simply not true. In this message, Dr. Sproul considers the eternal nature of biblical love as he reminds us again …

  • Nietzsche by

    Where do you find your meaning? If you are a Christian, then you know it comes from God. Yet many people believe that meaning and purpose do not come from God. So what is their answer to life’s deepest …

  • Ninteenth-Century Theology by

    How do you know God? By faith, of course, but what informs your faith? According to some, if you really want to know God and what Christianity is all about, you will just have to feel it. Reflecting on this …

  • Noahic Covenant by

    The sins of the earth were full, and it was time to start again. Making a covenant with Noah and his family, God chose to graciously save them from the perilous deep. In so doing, God subdued once again the …

  • No Compromise, No Surrender by

    Jesus Christ has ascended to the right hand of God and has received all authority in heaven and on earth. He is Lord. In this message, Dr. R.C. Sproul reminds the church that the very first creed for which …

  • No Idols! by

    What place does art have in our churches? Is it proper to adorn our sanctuaries with paintings and other forms of art?  How should modern Christians understand the use of art in churches today? In this message entitled “No Idols …

  • No More Tears by

    For many people, heaven is considered a mysterious place that all go to after death. When a loved one suffers, and finally dies, those left behind comfort themselves by hoping that the one who died has gone to a “better …

  • No Other Gods! by

    The Bible says that God is love, but many have created an idol from that verse. How can that be? Dr. Sproul considers this as he discusses some of the various ways we violate the first commandment – reminding us that …

  • No Other Name by

    Christians are often accused of being narrow-minded for their conviction that Jesus is the only way to God. Beliefs like this do not fare well in a pluralistic society. Are Christians audacious for believing that Jesus is the only way …

  • No Partiality by

    The church is filled with all kinds of people with different ethnic, political, and economic backgrounds. With such a diversified demographic, and given the fact we are all sinners, there are bound to be certain relational issues that arise within …

  • Not Boastful by

    What’s wrong with a little self-promotion every now and again, you may ask? Who better to tell the world of your wonderful qualities and achievements than you? After all, sometimes it is hard for people to recognize quality when …

  • Not By Works by

    In this convicting message, “Not by Works,” Dr. Sproul discusses our good deeds—the good deeds that will never be good enough to satisfy the law of God—for by the works of the law no flesh, no person, no …

  • Not Easily Angered by

    We all get angry. All of us have reached a place of sore displeasure with other people like co-workers and family members. Both saints and sinners experience anger. But what we need to know is whether or not it is …