• Scripture and Tradition by

    Dr. Sproul uses “The Chicago Statement of Biblical Inerrancy” to explain the authority of Scripture. Loaded with helpful information on the implications of this core teaching, Thus Says the Lord can help believers understand and defend the Scriptures, while enriching …

  • El Shaddai: God of Power by

    Is there a problem too big for God to handle? Judging by the responses of some of the Old Testament saints, all of us would do well to get re-acquainted with “El Shaddai—the God of Power.” In this message …

  • Church History & the Witness of Scripture by

    Why do you believe the Bible is the Word of God? Is the inward testimony of the Holy Spirit alone enough to convince you? Since the Holy Spirit is the one who changes the hearts of people, maybe He just …

  • What Can We Know About God? by

    Is God hiding from His creation, or has He made Himself known? The simple man may ask, “If God wants to make Himself known, why doesn’t He just write His name in the clouds?”  In a real sense, He …

  • Yahweh: The Name of God by

    It is customary to ask a person’s name when you meet someone for the first time. Names are essential for identification. When Moses encountered the burning bush in the wilderness, he asked God what His name was. What Moses …

  • Interpretation and the Health of the Church by

    The Bible is a divine book with a divine message. So now that we know what we have, what do we do with it? How do we understand it? What are the keys to unlocking the sacred mysteries that are …

  • Elohim: God’s Plural Name by

    One of God’s Old Testament names is Elohim, which is a name in the plural. Why would the name of God appear in a plural form in a religion that is distinctively famous for being monotheistic? Some evangelicals have …

  • The Consistency of Scripture by

    People are quick to say that the Bible is full of contradictions. How should we handle the difficult passages of Scripture that seem to be inconsistent with other historical records? In “The Consistency of Scripture,” Dr. Sproul answers some of …

  • Adonai: God is Lord by

    How far would your vote go in a monarchy? How far would the king bow to your decisions?  In the Kingdom of God, how far does our vote go? How sovereign is the King, and how free are His subjects …

  • The God We Worship by

    Why do you go to your church? Is it because of how your church worships, or who your church worships? How well do you know the character of the God of the Bible? In this message entitled “The God We …

  • 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 …

  • True Spirituality by

    What does true spirituality look like? The student of Scripture may suggest that true spirituality consists of Scripture reading mixed with prayer and meditation as described in the Psalms. These things are certainly good and biblical, but are they enough …

  • The King Without a Shadow by

    We all have them, but where do our shadows come from? James writes in his epistle that we serve a God who has no shadow of turning in Him. What does that mean to us? Can we ever escape our …

  • The Rich and the Poor by

    It would be easy to blame the rich for all the problems of the poor. Sentiments like that gave great momentum to the spread of Marxism. But does the Bible give reason for that sentiment? In the book of James …

  • The Trial of Temptation by

    Does God tempt His people? This question is not new and the Bible is not without an answer. Beginning this series on the book of James, Dr. Sproul starts off by exploring the nature of temptation and sin, as well …