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  • Reading the Bible Existentially by

    Many people read Scripture as if it’s a collection of rules to be obeyed and facts to be memorized.  But they ignore the rich and complex stories that make up the majority of the Bible.  In this lesson Dr …

  • Scripture & Culture by

    In the series Knowing Scripture we’re studying the tools and principles to properly interpret God’s Word and apply the truth to our lives. Today’s lesson delves into one of the most important, but also one …

  • Strange Fire by

    In the tenth chapter of Leviticus, we read of the account of Moses’ nephews, Nadab and Abihu. They brought strange fire before the Lord, and for that, God stuck them dead. Why did God deal with the sons of Aaron …

  • The Explicit & the Implicit by

    Throughout church history there have been many obscure, or less clear, passages in Scripture that have attracted a variety of strange – and wrong – interpretations. How do we avoid the error of drawing something from Scripture that is simply not there …

  • The Hardening of Pharaoh’s Heart by

    The Scriptures make it clear: God hardened Pharaoh’s heart. Pharaoh was punished for his wickedness towards the Israelites and his disobedience to God. But is that fair? Was God being unjust towards Pharaoh since God was the one who …

  • The Historical Narrative by

    Scripture has all we need to instruct us in matters of faith and practice, and is full of examples of godly men and women who lived lives of faith and integrity. What can we learn from their lives? Dr. Sproul …

  • The Man Born Blind by

    The Bible gives numerous examples of people receiving affliction sent by God for their sins. But what about the man born blind? Was it for his sin or his parent’s that he was born that way? In this message …

  • The Rapture of the Church by

    The Rapture is the hope of millions of expecting Christians in the church today. Did God promise that His people would never endure tribulation? Where does the idea of a Rapture come from? How does this expectation compare with the …

  • The Science of Interpretation by

    Everyone who reads the Bible is engaged in a method of understanding the Bible. The question now is, does the method of interpretation you use really reveal the truth of God as intended by the Holy Spirit? Dr. Sproul looks …

  • The Sons of God by

    In the sixth chapter of the book of Genesis, we read of the sons of God and the daughters of men. Who were these so called sons of God? In this message, Dr. Sproul continues to look at Hard Sayings …

  • The Unpardonable Sin by

    Jesus cautioned the religious leaders of His day against blaspheming the Holy Spirit. He warned them that it was not only a sin to blaspheme the Spirit of God, but the nature of this particular kind of blasphemy makes it …

  • Vessels of Destruction by

    What if God, desiring to show His wrath and to make known His power, has endured with much patience vessels of wrath prepared for destruction? This is certainly a loaded question, and it comes right out of Scripture in Romans …