• Christ Alone (Part 2) by

    As much as we try to be good and to do good things, how far will it get us? Scripture has made it clear that all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God, making it so that …

  • Communion with God by

    In this lesson, Pastor Hamilton highlights a final feature of Calvinism as it shapes the lives of Christians. Calvinism, with its profoundly Trinitarian shape and content, cultivates communion with God. We are struck with such a Trinitarian emphasis as we …

  • Covenant Curses by

    Are we as Christians saved by works, or by faith alone? The key to understanding what part works and faith play in the drama of redemption is to understand the biblical structure and role of covenants. Without a proper understanding …

  • Definite Atonement (Part 1) by

    The Old Testament sacrificial system often causes many people a good deal of consternation. The stipulations and rituals can appear convoluted and confusing at first, second, and third glance. However, like the rest of God’s revealed Word, the sacrificial …

  • Definite Atonement (Part 2) by

    The idea that God demonstrates saving grace toward a select few can rub even Christians the wrong way. Rather than responding with cries of injustice, we would do better to examine the source of these emotions. If we evaluate our …

  • Does the Doctrine of the Divine Decrees Eliminate Human Will? by

    Reformed theology teaches that God has ordained whatsoever comes to pass. Critics of Reformed theology argue that this entails a fatalistic worldview in which only God’s will truly exists. They claim that if God decreed or willed the acts …

  • Election by

    Continuing this series of Essential Truths, John Mac Arthur deals with the subject of “Election”. In this message he touches lightly on the doctrine itself as it is laid out in Scripture and defines “election” in its tremendous impact for …

  • Election by

  • Evil is Not Good by

    No Christian in his right mind would dare say that the goodness of God is evil. But there are other ways the secret thoughts of our hearts are communicated. It has been said that actions speak louder than words. We …

  • Faith Alone (Part 1) by

    There were many factors that contributed to the Reformation, but what was the main issue? What was it that drove Martin Luther to challenge the only church he had ever known? In this message, Dr. Sproul looks at the underlying …

  • Faith Alone (Part 1) by

    Regarding salvation, what is the fundamental difference between true Christianity and all the other religions of the world? Considering the question of salvation from the historical and theological framework of the Protestant Reformation, Dr. Sproul looks at “Faith Alone.”

  • Faith Alone (Part 2) by

    God’s perfect law has been broken, and we are all guilty of breaking it. Justice will be served. Can you escape the coming judgment? Is there something you can do to pay back your debt? What are you relying …

  • Faith Alone (Part 2) by

    The book of Romans says that we are altogether unrighteous, therefore the grave awaits us. So what can we do? Is there a way to righteousness? How can someone be declared righteous by God? In this message, Dr. Sproul teaches …

  • Gideon’s Battle by

    God’s word tells us that we are to live by faith, not by sight. But our responses to life’s trials are often riddled with sin when we distrust the goodness of God’s Providence. Here Dr. Sproul will …

  • Glory to God Alone (Part 1) by

    Since the beginning, the church has been celebrating the glory of God through song. But do we understand the significance of what we are singing? What does glory actually mean? Does the Father have a different kind of glory than …