• Peter’s Vision by

    Usually in a good mystery novel, the mystery is revealed at the end of the story. But the book of Acts doesn’t take that approach. In fact, the mystery revealed in the tenth chapter marks the beginning of a …

  • Pharaoh’s Steward by

    During the seven years of famine, people went to Joseph looking for food. Rather than give it to them without cost, Joseph had them pay for it. Was this extortion? Was God’s man taking advantage of the people’s …

  • Planning to Grow by

    Spiritual growth is not optional in the Christian life. It’s mandatory. What steps have you taken in your spiritual life to make sure you are growing? What are some practical things we can do that will help us grow …

  • Plato (Part 1) by

    All of us should know what a person is when we see one. But if you were asked to give a definition of a person that captured the essence of personhood to the exclusion of all other creatures, what would …

  • Plato (Part 2) by

    What is the difference between opinion and knowledge? Everyone has an opinion about something. But what is that opinion based on? Perhaps we don’t really know anything, but rather, we only think we know things, and based on that …

  • Playing for Keeps by

    How do you endure the race God has called you to? Are you being replenished along the way? What keeps you going? Dr. Sproul helps us see how we can reach the end of our race in this message, “Playing …

  • Plotinus and Neo-Platonism by

    In Christian thought, we derive our being from the ultimate personal, rational, and volitional Being—God. But not everyone assumes that the God who exists is a being. Continuing this study on philosophy and its consequences in our lives, Dr …

  • Pluralism and Relativism by

    Who gives value to values, truth to truths and purpose to purposes? According to the relativist, there are approximately six billion answers to that question—that is, six billion potentially different and opposing ideas about truth; and according to the …

  • 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 …

  • Pontius Pilate by

    What can the man who was responsible for the crucifixion of Jesus have to say about righteousness? For a man who had no room for truth in his life, Pilate pronounced one of the greatest truths ever uttered and gave …

  • Positivism by

    We derive our code of conduct from Scripture, the Word of God. But there are others in this world who embrace a particular principle that says God is meaningless, and all your talk about Him is likewise meaningless. That is …

  • Post Tenebras, Lux by

    The phrase “post tenebras lux” (after darkness, light), a rallying cry of Protestant Reformers, refers to the rediscovery of biblical truth in a time of spiritual darkness. Because the darkness of heresy and immorality constantly creeps in, the church must …

  • Power of Wind by

    What strongholds in the human heart can withstand the power of wind? In the realm of super nature, there is a power that cannot be predicted, tamed, or withstood. In this message entitled “The Power of Wind,” Dr. Sproul helps …

  • Power to Save by

    God has entrusted the church with the responsibility to spread the gospel.  But how do we convince people that the gospel is good news? How can we make it more attractive so people will want to accept Jesus? In this …

  • Pragmatism by

    Whether you are a single mom, business executive, politician, or church volunteer, you may have succumbed to the seduction of a very attractive philosophy—Pragmatism. We are sometimes convinced that being practical and being pragmatic are practically the same. But …