• The Obstacle of the Devil by

    How have you prepared yourself for the enemy? Will you recognize him when he comes? How can we recognize his plan of attack and what weapons do we have to defend ourselves? In “The Obstacle of the Devil,” Dr. Sproul …

  • The Obstacle of the World by

    As Christians, we are called to be in the world, but not of the world. How exactly does the world become an obstacle in Christian growth? What are some of the main ways the world extends its influence over us …

  • Islam and Violence by

  • John Calvin by

    Is there anyone in Christian history who you would consider to be a hero? Dr. Sproul considers John Calvin a hero of the Christian faith. Find out why, as Dr. Sproul introduces us to this great saint of the church …

  • Athanasius by

    During the fourth century, a battle raged over the deity of Jesus Christ. If you were placed in this battle, how far would you go to ensure that the world knew that Jesus was no mere man? In this message …

  • Martin Luther (Part 2) by

    Our Lord has not left His church without leaders to point us back to the great truths of God revealed in Scripture. Seven of these men are held in especially high esteem because of their witness at critical points in …

  • Polycarp by

    How do you define a hero? What qualifications does one need to be listed as a hero of the Christian faith? As we make our way through the twenty-first century, who can Christians look to for encouragement? Dr. Sproul answers …

  • Martin Luther (Part 1) by

    Our Lord has not left His church without leaders to point us back to the great truths of God revealed in Scripture. Seven of these men are held in especially high esteem because of their witness at critical points in …

  • Questions and Answers by

    This is a question and answer time between Dr. Sproul and his son, discussing topics relating to the “Heroes of the Christian Faith.”

  • Thomas Aquinas (Part 1) by

    Many centuries ago, a theologian by the name of Thomas Aquinas was abducted by his own brothers. Who is Thomas Aquinas? Why did his brothers kidnap him? Why did his classmates ridicule him? Why should we not ignore him? In …

  • Jonathan Edwards by

    So very often, popular media and modern academia portray the preachers of early America as hell, fire, and brimstone, Bible-thumping simpletons who had no knowledge outside their religious convictions. But those who are committed to embracing that caricature have never …

  • Thomas Aquinas (Part 2) by

    In the twentieth century, many people don’t usually associate Islam with philosophy, but that was not the case in the thirteenth century. Islam introduced the world to the idea of double truth. But there was one Christian intellectual titan who …

  • Augustine by

    Is there any hope for the wayward son? What profit is there in a mother’s prayers? Dr. Sproul shows us the answers to these questions as he takes us back to the fourth century to meet a young man whose …

  • The Unpardonable Sin by

    Jesus cautioned the religious leaders of His day against blaspheming the Holy Spirit. He warned them that it was not only a sin to blaspheme the Spirit of God, but the nature of this particular kind of blasphemy makes it …

  • For Those Whom the Father Has Given by

    If God’s purpose of the cross was to save the whole world, then why isn’t the whole world saved? Dr. Sproul answers this question as he looks at the High Priestly Prayer of Jesus as He prayed “For …