• Questions and Answers by ,

    Where did sin come from? If sin is a thing and God created all things, does it stand to reason that God created sin?  These are just a few of the issues Dr. Sproul and Dr. Robert Godfrey tackle in …

  • Questions and Answers #1 by , , , ,

    Sinclair Ferguson, Robert Godfrey, Steven Lawson, Albert Mohler, and R.C. Sproul answer questions ranging from addressing how we should speak with those who have embraced a homosexual lifestyle, to the use of images of Jesus and recent movies featuring …

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    Thabiti Anyabwile, D.A. Carson, Robert Godfrey, and Derek Thomas answer questions about the holiness of God. R.C. Sproul moderates. Note: Answers given during Questions and Answers sessions reflect the views of the individual speakers and do not necessarily …

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    Ligonier Teaching Fellows Sinclair Ferguson, Robert Godfrey, Steven Lawson, and R.C. Sproul Jr. answer attendee questions.

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    00:00-4:50  What are your favorite three books? 4:50-20:05  What affect has the book The Holiness of God …

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    Thabiti Anyabwile, Robert Godrey, and R.C. Sproul Jr. answer questions about Christianity and culture. Moderated by Chris Larson, president of Ligonier Ministries.

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    00:00-06:25  Truth and Sanctification: How do we re-build our faith in Jesus Christ …

  • Questions & Answers #1 by , , , ,

    Sinclair Ferguson, Robert Godfrey, Steven Lawson, Albert Mohler and R.C. Sproul answer questions on the Christian mind and thought.

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    0:00-6:28   How do we instill a desire in our pastors and church leaders to engage science …

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    Robert Godfrey, Albert Mohler, and Burk Parsons answer questions about being a Christian in a post-Christian culture.

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    00:00-03:32  Even though America’s foundations are not the Lord’s, wouldn’t the fall of America make the …

  • Questions & Answers #3 by , , , ,

    Do you believe in the sufficiency of Scripture? Does the Bible tell you all you need to know about life? If it doesn’t, are we willing to say that Scripture is insufficient? In this special message, Drs. R.C …

  • Rightly Dividing (Part 2) by

    Do you know how to read the Bible? Is there a key to unravel the mysteries that are locked in its pages? Some can read the Bible one-hundred times a year and miss out on so much of what God …

  • Scholastic Theology by ,

    One might think of scholastic theology as dry, nitpicky, and irrelevant, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Many scholastic theologians were learned, lively, and deeply concerned not just about orthodoxy, but also piety. Although their writings are …

  • Statism by

    The twentieth century witnessed the rise of a particularly despotic form of statism in countries from China to Russia to Germany. What dangers do we face when the state sets itself up as a god? In this session, Dr. Robert …

  • The Bishop by

    Although the understanding of the office of bishop eventually became perverted and corrupted in the ancient church, the office as defined in Scripture possesses biblical support and apostolic precedent. The church needs leaders, but these leaders, like Christ before them …

  • The Catholic Reformation by

    Many who desired to reform the Roman Catholic Church eventually split off from it. However, energetic reforms also emerged within the Catholic Church, addressing moral and spiritual problems without forming a separate ecclesiastical body. While the Catholic reformers shared many …

  • The Crusades by

    Few incidents in the history of the church are as controversial as the Crusades. The tragic loss of life that resulted from this movement has, sadly, discredited the Christian faith in the eyes of many. Today, Christians are sometimes uncertain …

  • The Dutch Reformation by

    The success or failure of the Reformation in a particular region often depended on whether the ruler of the region supported or opposed it. However, the Dutch Reformation was an exception to this tendency. Though bitterly opposed by the Habsburg …