• Ask R.C. Live: January 2014 by

    Answering theological questions from his students has been a continual commitment throughout Dr. R.C. Sproul’s ministry. Originally called “gabfests” by his early students and later, “Ask R.C.,” these sessions continue to take place at our conferences, on …

  • Created in Six Days (Part 1) by

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  • For Those Whom the Father Has Given by

    If God’s purpose of the cross was to save the whole world, then why isn’t the whole world saved? Dr. Sproul answers this question as he looks at the High Priestly Prayer of Jesus as He prayed “For …

  • Holy War by

  • How Do We Know Which Interpretation Is Right? by

    There are many conflicting and mutually exclusive interpretations of Scripture. Skeptics point to this as a reason to reject Christianity’s truth claims, and many Christians who accept the truth of Scripture wonder how they are to know which interpretation …

  • Image Is Not Everything by

    In the Gospel of Mark, we read the account of Jesus finding a fig tree displaying the glory of its foliage only to discover that it was a fruitless exhibition. Because of that, Jesus cursed that tree ensuring that it …

  • Is the Bible Just Another Book? by

    One of the most common claims heard today is that the Bible is merely a collection of contradictory human writings with no coherent structure. Even believers sometimes express frustration because they cannot understand how these various writings fit together. They …

  • Literal Interpretation by

    As Christians, we know that the Bible is more than merely an ancient book with ethical instructions. Knowing that, how should we read and understand the Bible? What does it mean to read the Bible literally? In this message, Dr …

  • Literary Forms (Part 1) by

    Christians are to take Scripture seriously and literally. But how exactly do we do that? If we take every word “literally” we find ourselves painted in a corner surrounded by critics. How do we understand some of the passages and …

  • Literary Forms (Part 2) by

    Many biblical accounts and narratives have been written off as fable or myth. How do we understand these stories in light of Redemptive history? How can we tell the difference between myths and history? Dr. Sproul shows us the key …

  • Parallelisms by

    What do we do with passages and statements that seem contradictory or impossible to explain? What does Scripture really mean when it says that God creates evil? In this message, Dr. Sproul explains and helps us recognize the ancient Hebrew …

  • Principle vs. Custom by

    Looking at various customs described throughout Scripture, how are we to understand the application of them in our modern setting? Is there deeper meaning rooted in these teachings, or are they simply cultural issues? Dr. Sproul helps us recognize the …

  • Private Interpretation by

    There are magnitudes of different interpretations of the Bible, so which one is right? Don’t we all have the right to private interpretation without the church telling us what to believe? In this message, Dr. Sproul will help us …

  • Questions & Answers #1 by