• Let the Nations Be Glad by

    The Lord reigns; let the earth rejoice: let the multitude of isles be glad!” (Ps. 97:1). Our Goal is not to upset the world but to establish worshipers. Missions exists because worship doesn’t.

  • Loving Your Enemies by

    A radical concept in Christianity is to lovingly pray for those who persecute us (Matt. 5:43-45a). This is not easy to do in the face of threats and violence. It is hard to do since persecution often comes from …

  • Man the Sinner by ,

  • Marcion by

    If you are a Christian, you are being led by the Spirit. We know this because that is what Scripture teaches. Yet many people claim to be led by the Holy Spirit without the Scriptures or only from isolated portions …

  • Misbehaving Behaviorists by

  • Monarchianism 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 …

  • Montanism by

    In the early centuries of the church there was no shortage of people who wanted to have a heightened spiritual experience. And just like today, there was no shortage of influential leaders who promised to give it to them. Are …

  • Mystery by

    Can we penetrate the depths of the concept of the Trinity? What about the incarnation of Jesus, where there is one person with two complete natures? We are now introducing a category about which Dr. Sproul would say that it’s …

  • Natural Theology (Part 1) by

    Natural theology is a very important idea that is central to the historic defense of Christianity. Dr. Sproul says in this message that in the twentieth century, this aspect of theology has come under severe attack and many theologians and …

  • Natural Theology (Part 2) by

    Dr. Sproul continues the study on natural theology. In “Natural Theology”, Dr. Sproul defines the term natural theology and then looks at some historical principles that have developed concerning the principle.

  • Necessary Being by

    If you ask an atheist how the universe came into being, the most likely answer will have something to do with a Big Bang a long, long time ago. However, Dr. Sproul exposes that the atheist has more homework to …

  • The Necessity of God’s Existence by

    Perhaps you have heard it said that since everything needs a cause, then God Himself must need a cause. But there is a built-in flaw in that argument. Does God need a cause according to the law of causality? In …

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  • Negatively Positive by