• Man: The Supreme Paradox by

    What does it mean to be human? Or put another way, what is man? What makes you more important than a cockroach or a head of lettuce? If we consider the moral dimension of mankind, we can see both noble …

  • The Extent of Our Sin by

    What does John 3:16 say about who is going to heaven? This question is debated among Calvinists and Arminians—the hot point of contention being over man’s free will. The common misunderstanding is that Calvinism teaches that God …

  • The Depth of Our Sin by

    Do you consider yourself a good person? If so, how good is good? Is what you call ‘good’ good enough? Continuing this series entitled “A Shattered Image,” Dr. Sproul teaches us how Jesus defines ‘good’ in this message, “The Depth …

  • The Reality of Our Sin by

    Comparing ourselves to others, we make allowances for our blemishes. Unfortunately, for all of us, our problem is more than skin deep. But how deep does our sin penetrate into our soul? How can we truly measure and understand the …

  • How Far Is Too Far by

    If you are a single Christian involved in a romantic relationship, you may be caught in a difficult place. You want to please God, yet you have physical desires and temptations. Too often in situations like this, God’s word …

  • The Cost of Sexual Guilt by

    The divorce rate is now at an all-time high. Married couples are not finding their marriage as fulfilling as they once thought. Much of the problems in marriage are found in the bedroom. Yet there is  something that underlies the …

  • A Biblical Sex Ethic by

    The world has its own sexual ethics that are imposed on us every day. A popular notion in our culture is that as long as two consenting adults love each other, they have the right to engage in sexual relations …

  • The Sexual Revolution by

  • The Doctrine of Concurrence by

    How can the sovereignty of God be consistent with human responsibility? In this session, Dr. R.C. Sproul discusses the way in which God sovereignly works through and with human choices.

  • All Things Work for Good by

    A popular book once asked the question, “Why do bad things happen to good people?” In considering  that many Christians have asked similar questions when faced with the various trials and tribulations, Dr. R.C. Sproul explains the answer the …

  • The Doctrine of Concurrence by

    Is it possible for God to turn evil into good? Absolutely not. Scripture clearly prohibits calling evil good and good evil. So how is it possible that God can take men’s evil actions and cause something good to happen …

  • All Things Work for Good by

    None of us are exempt from suffering. Yet as we face life’s challenges, we are assured by God’s Word that all things work together for good to those who love the Lord and who have been called according …

  • Questions and Answers #2 by ,

    Down to the smallest of details, our lives are under the sovereign control of God’s providence. Depending on your theological perspective, that may cause you no comfort whatsoever. What kind of faith does it take to accept God’s …

  • Introduction by

  • Introduction/ Questions and Answers #1 by

    When things are going well in our lives, it is easy for us to affirm the goodness of God. However, tragedies often cause us to wonder if God has forgotten us. 

    In this series of lectures from Ligonier Ministries’ 2004 …