• The Authenticity of Scripture by ,

  • Authority and Authorship by

    Written over thousands of years by nearly forty different human authors, the Bible is a collection of sixty-six books that have been preserved down to this day. As Christians, we ought to marvel at the rich history of the Bible …

  • Authority and Natural Law by

  • The Authority of Apostolic Teaching by

    In 1 Corinthians 7, Paul gives a command and qualifies it by saying “I, not the Lord” while earlier Paul says “not I, but the Lord.” What do we do with these qualifiers and distinctions between Paul’s teachings and …

  • The Authority of Scripture 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 …

  • The Authority of the State by

  • The Autonomy of Man by

    Dr. Sproul takes the time to discuss that when we look back to the Biblical account of the fall of mankind, theologians characteristically describe the principle motive for man’s first sin as the pursuit or the quest for autonomy.

  • Babe in the Manger by

    Two thousand years ago there was a baby born in a manger that was, in the truest sense of the word, unique. Not only was He sinless, He was also God in the flesh. Did the Babe in the manger …

  • Background to Contemporary Theology by

    Since the beginning, God’s people have veered off of the right track, either tripped up by error within the church walls or lulled away by the current ideas of the age. The church is always at risk of veering off …

  • Back to Basics by

    In every age and in every nation, the church is tempted to capitulate to the values and ideals of the surrounding culture. In every age and in every nation, the solution is the same: repentance and faith. To be faithful …

  • Baptism by

    In the message “Baptism,” Dr. Sproul answers important questions on the subject and explains that the validity of baptism rests not upon the person who receives, on the person who administers it, or on parents or anybody else; its validity …

  • Baptism by

    After four hundred years of silence, the voice of prophecy resumed in Israel with the arrival of John the Baptist. He came, calling all Israel to repent and be baptized. Jesus’ baptism by John marks the official beginning of His …

  • The Baptism of John by

    In the Great Commission, Jesus commands the church to baptize in the triune name of the Father, and of the Son, and the Holy Spirit. But before Jesus gave that command, John was baptizing people in the river Jordan. Was …

  • The Baptism of John by

    Is the baptism of John and that which Jesus instructed in the Great Commission the same baptism? What was the significance of John’s baptism? How does it relate to the New Testament baptism we celebrate today? In this message …

  • The Baptism of the Holy Spirit by

    In the church today, there is great misunderstanding about the baptism of the Holy Spirit. What is the difference between water baptism and the baptism of the Spirit? What is the purpose of it? Who is it for, and when …