• Ashamed of the Gospel by

    Are we fighting the right battles? Are we upsetting the world because we are Christians or because of our political positions? Political activism and social ministry are important, but they are not the Gospel. True reformation occurs only when hearts …

  • A Skeptical Culture by

    Cultural climate has a certain amount of predictability. But you won’t find that in the Farmer’s Almanac. What happens after a long cold season of skepticism? What preparations have you made concerning the coming barbarianism? In this message …

  • Asleep in the Light by

    If we can say that we delight in God, on what basis would we believe that? Is it because He is unchanging? All-powerful? All-knowing? Or good? There is more to this list that separates those who love God from those …

  • Augustine: Faith and Reason (Part 1) by

    In Apologetics of the Early Church, Dr. R.C. Sproul addresses the attacks that were leveled at the church in its first four hundred years, and he explores how Justin Martyr, Augustine, and other early church apologists answered the charges …

  • Augustine: Faith and Reason (Part 2) by

    In Apologetics of the Early Church, Dr. R.C. Sproul addresses the attacks that were leveled at the church in its first four hundred years, and he explores how Justin Martyr, Augustine, and other early church apologists answered the charges …

  • Augustine: God and Man by

    In Apologetics of the Early Church, Dr. R.C. Sproul addresses the attacks that were leveled at the church in its first four hundred years, and he explores how Justin Martyr, Augustine, and other early church apologists answered the charges …

  • Augustine: The Origin of Evil by

    In Apologetics of the Early Church, Dr. R.C. Sproul addresses the attacks that were leveled at the church in its first four hundred years, and he explores how Justin Martyr, Augustine, and other early church apologists answered the charges …

  • 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 …

  • Being Doers of the Word by

  • Can We Know Truth? by ,

    Emmanuel Kant said that if God exists, we can’t know it because of a wall that separates the world of the physical from the world of the metaphysical. Unfortunately many have fallen for this faulty reasoning. In this message …

  • Chance: The Modern Myth by

    What are the chances that chance is a variable in the making of the universe? How much chance do you need to remove God from the equation? Discussing “Chance: The Modern Myth” in this message, Dr. Sproul exposes one of …

  • Christ Crucified by

    The Crucifixion remains the central event of history. The apostle Paul went so far as to say that he preached nothing but Christ and Him crucified. What did he mean? What did Christ do that upset the world so much …

  • Christ: God and Man by ,

  • Christ: The Only Way by

    Of all the different religions in the world, how can you say that Jesus is the only way to God? This notion of exclusivity is not popular in a pluralistic world. Belief in Jesus as the Son of God and …

  • Classical/Biblical Worldview by

    Whether you realize it or not, you have a worldview—a system by which you measure life’s critical questions: Does God exist? What is His nature and relationship to the world? How should I live in this world? etc …