• The Inevitable Question by

    Would it be an exaggeration to say that the doctrine of predestination is at the core of the Christian faith? Sooner or later, Christians have to talk about it. If we ignore it, then we neglect the teaching of Sacred …

  • 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 …

  • Questions & Answers by

    The doctrine of predestination is unquestionably a controversial one. In this final message, Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. joins Dr. Sproul to explore further implications of this doctrine, and also deal with how we are to understand this doctrine as …

  • What Is Predestination? by

    With all of the controversy surrounding predestination, isn’t there common ground on which we can all stand together? Where there is smoke there is fire, and where there is predestination, there is controversy. It seems that you can’t …

  • The Golden Chain by

    Will all who are called by God be justified? Are all who are called predestined to be glorified? Perhaps you believe that God looks down the corridor of time and sees all that will choose him, and based on that …

  • The Other Side of the Coin by

    Many have heard it said before that the God of Calvinism drags people into heaven as they are kicking and screaming, while others who really want to go to heaven are sent to hell. Like many false teachings, this distorted …

  • Beautiful Feet by

    If God has already predestined who will be saved, then why evangelize? There are those who say that the Augustinian or Calvinistic view of predestination is one of those doctrines that nullifies the Great Commission and causes apathy in the …

  • The Highest Calling by

    What determines the value of a minister of the Word of God today? Does our esteem of the preacher reflect the value given by God? In this message, Dr. Sproul considers this as he discusses the high calling of the …

  • Confident in the Truth by

    There is something lacking in the pulpits of our churches today. Too many ministers of the Word of God are not preaching the truth of God’s Word. Boldness has been replaced with political correctness. What would the great reformer …

  • The Law & the Gospel by

    What is it that we can hate so much, that in turn causes us to love Christ so much? What was it that drove you to the cross? Thinking of these questions in this message, Dr. Sproul explains the role …

  • The Divine Choice by

    Why are you a Christian? Is it because you chose to be one? Would it be wrong if God chose for you? The controversy over the doctrine of predestination will one day be settled. When that day comes, all Christians …

  • The Certainty of Salvation by

    God’s grace is what makes salvation possible. Christians agree that man cannot save himself. God’s grace is paramount in the plan of salvation. But exactly how much grace is needed? How much does God have to do to …

  • For His Good Pleasure by

    Children are curious creatures. Before you are done answering one question, the next one is already escaping their lips. And as soon as they ask “why?,” you are forced down a road of infinite regress. It seems they can ask …

  • The Teaching Preacher by

    Every year, ministers are ordained to the pulpit ministry armed with a Bible and years of formal education. Unfortunately, there is a crippling fear that accompanies many of them. Why isn’t the Word of God being taught like it …

  • Yesterday, Today, & Tomorrow: The Immutability of God by