• 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 …

  • Joshua by

  • Joshua by

    In the Old Testament we read that under the leadership of Joshua, Israel fought for the Promised Land. In a land surrounded by enemies, strength, courage, and solidarity were essential for victory. In this message, Dr. Sproul examines this account …

  • Joshua & the Conquest of Canaan by

  • Joshua & the Conquest of Canaan by

  • Joy & Peace by

    When a person becomes a Christian, he or she realizes that life isn’t so simple anymore. Conflict is immediate—a battle of flesh and spirit rage within the soul. On another front, there is outward conflict with your fellow man …

  • The Judaizer Threat by

    The “New Perspective on Paul” movement is gaining a foothold in academic settings, and before long it will trickle down into the pulpit. But this modern threat to the gospel is not new in many ways. Like all false gospels …

  • Justice and Grace by

    Sometimes we forget that there is more to God than grace, mercy, and love; there is also justice and holiness. What is the difference between justice and grace, and how does that apply to the Christian life? In this message …

  • Justice, Mercy, and Grace by

    When we talk about someone owing someone else, we are talking about indebtedness, or obligation. Everyone who has ever lived knows something about that. Either we owe someone or someone owes us. When we are the ones in debt, mercy …

  • Justification by Faith by

    As Christians, we affirm that we are saved by faith alone in the finished work of Christ to be saved. So if it is not by our own works that we are saved, and Jesus’ death alone is enough to …

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  • Justification by Faith Alone by

  • Justification by Faith Alone by

    It was Luther who was known for the doctrine of justification by faith alone, because it was this very doctrine and controversy which provoked the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century. In this section, Dr. Sproul answers the questions, “What …

  • A Justified Faith by

    In his book, James says that Abraham was not justified by faith only, whereas Paul already established that Abraham was justified by faith alone. So who is right? They both are. In “A Justified Faith,” Dr. Sproul will examine the …

  • Kant (Part 1) by

    Where is the beginning of knowledge? What must be in order for knowledge to be? Most of us don’t ponder questions like these, but philosophers like Immanuel Kant did. In the eighteenth century, he challenged the classical arguments for …