• The Holiness of God by

    Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of Hosts. The whole world is filled with his glory.” This echoing refrain from the lips of the angels clarifies the majesty and awe of “The Holiness of God”. When that emphasis is …

  • The Inevitable Question by

    Would it be an exaggeration to say that the doctrine of predestination is at the core of the Christian faith? Sooner or later, Christians have to talk about it. If we ignore it, then we neglect the teaching of Sacred …

  • Infant Baptism by

  • 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 …

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  • 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’ …

  • Irresistible Call (Part 1) by

    The image of conception and birth does not need much explanation. On the contrary, as human beings we understand vividly and fully the passive activity of the infant in birth. At no time does the baby possess any decision or …

  • Irresistible Call (Part 2) by

    Popular culture generally depicts sheep as cuddly, peaceful animals. Yet, those who have spent even a small amount of time around sheep know that they are stubborn, wayward, smelly, and sometimes even vicious. This truth makes Jesus’ comparison to His …

  • Irresistible Grace by

    How is it that you who hated God so much now love him so much? What did you do to change your heart so radically? Do you remember resisting grace? Do you remember when you received it? Was it before …

  • Is Calvinism Good for the Church? by

    Recent years have witnessed a resurgence of interest in the theology of John Calvin, but is this necessarily a good thing? Does Calvinism weaken and destroy churches as some contend? Is Reformed theology a hindrance to the church’s life and …

  • Is the Exclusivity of Christ Unjust? by

    One atheistic website raises the question: “Did the six million Jews who died in the Holocaust go to hell?” The obvious implication of such a challenge is that it is unjust to say that those who die as a …

  • Justification by Faith Alone by

  • Justification By Faith Alone by

  • Laying the Foundation by

    Each book of the Bible contributes poignantly and uniquely to the message of redemption revealed in God’s Word. John’s gospel offers much to the picture of redemption, but it provides special insight into the deity and supremacy of …

  • A Life of Holiness by

    In this lesson, Pastor Hamilton sets forth three more features of Calvinism that should shape the life of Christians and the church. The first is living coram Deo, “before the face of God.” The second is living according to …