• Catholic, Evangelical, and Reformed by

    How do you define sovereignty and how do you apply that to your theology? The answer to that question will determine all else about what you think of God and how He relates to His creatures. Considering this, and how …

  • Limited Atonement by

    The most common view of the atonement of Jesus is that Jesus died for everyone—that is, all people from all places in all times, every single human being that ever existed. But in order to take advantage of the …

  • Unconditional Election by

    Upon what condition did God elect sinners to salvation? Was your positive choice for the gospel the basis for your election before the foundation of the world? Was God’s choice based on your foreseen choice? Simply put, did God …

  • Scripture Alone by

    Christians ought to submit to the authority given them by Christ. But what happens when those in authority teach things contrary to the Word of God? Is there a higher court we can appeal to? The answer is yes. The …

  • 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 …

  • Introduction by

    Liberal, Catholic, Dispensational, Pentecostal, Evangelical, Reformed… with so many different theologies out there, where do you start? Beginning this series about Reformed Theology, Dr. Sproul examines distinctive aspects of Reformed Theology which set it apart from the many theologies that …

  • 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.”

  • Total Depravity (Part 2) by

    We are all sinful. But how sinful are we? Other than our shortened life-spans and bad habits, what real effect did the Fall have on the average everyday sinner? What effect does sin have on our decision making process? With …

  • The Meaning of Providence by

    What do we mean when we speak of the providence of God? In this session, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey explains that God governs and sustains the world according to His eternal plan “to the praise of the glory of His …

  • The Doctrine of Concurrence by

    How can the sovereignty of God be consistent with human responsibility? In this session, Dr. R.C. Sproul discusses the way in which God sovereignly works through and with human choices.

  • Introduction/ Questions and Answers #1 by

    When things are going well in our lives, it is easy for us to affirm the goodness of God. However, tragedies often cause us to wonder if God has forgotten us. 

    In this series of lectures from Ligonier Ministries’ 2004 …

  • Introduction by

  • All Things Work for Good by

    None of us are exempt from suffering. Yet as we face life’s challenges, we are assured by God’s Word that all things work together for good to those who love the Lord and who have been called according …

  • All Things Work for Good by

    A popular book once asked the question, “Why do bad things happen to good people?” In considering  that many Christians have asked similar questions when faced with the various trials and tribulations, Dr. R.C. Sproul explains the answer the …

  • The Meaning of Providence by

    Whenever there is large scale disaster, inevitably there are religious leaders trying to provide comfort to people by assuring them that God was not involved in the disaster. But it is imperative that we rightly understand who God really is …