• Polycarp by

    How do you define a hero? What qualifications does one need to be listed as a hero of the Christian faith? As we make our way through the twenty-first century, who can Christians look to for encouragement? Dr. Sproul answers …

  • Progress to Worms by

    Persecution has existed among the people of God since the beginning of time, most notably with the murder of Abel at the hands of his brother Cain. This suffering does not occur randomly or without reason, but men and women …

  • Questions and Answers by

    This is a question and answer time between Dr. Sproul and his son, discussing topics relating to the “Heroes of the Christian Faith”.

  • Questions and Answers #1 by , , ,

    How much global influence can a local preacher actually have? Is Calvin the man who actually penned the so called “Five Points of Calvinism?” These are just two of the questions addressed in this special message as Dr. Sproul, J …

  • Roman Catholic View of Justification (Part 1) by

    Many members of the Protestant church today do not understand properly their origins and the nature of their predecessors “protest” against the Roman Catholic Church. When asked about the respective differences, they may respond with some stereotypical answers such as …

  • Roman Catholic View of Justification (Part 2) by

    Would it surprise you to learn that current Roman Catholic doctrine declares all Protestants accursed? Remarkably, if probed, most Protestants would respond in disbelief to this proposition. Yet, it holds true, and the Roman church maintains the same stance today …

  • The Conflict at Northampton by

    Jonathan Edwards was no stranger to controversy. Although admired and cherished around the globe for his preaching and contribution to the Great Awakening, his own congregation in Northampton, Massachusetts, opposed and removed him from the pulpit unjustly. Many men would …

  • The Great Awakening by

    The Puritans are encumbered by a caricature of strictness and dourness in our day and age. Their mention calls forth images of judgment, wrath, and superstition, and almost without doubt people look to Jonathan Edwards’ sermon “Sinners in the Hands …

  • The Legacy of John Calvin by

    For many people in and outside the church, the name John Calvin is the namesake of a cold, hard theology called Calvinism. Yet for many others, John Calvin represents a hero of the faith who is worthy of being studied …

  • The Missionary by

    Jonathan Edwards died at the age of fifty-five. Although not young, relative to our era it seems premature. What might his mind have produced if he possessed even a few more years on this earth? Edwards would probably have never …

  • Thomas Aquinas (Part 1) by

    Many centuries ago, a theologian by the name of Thomas Aquinas was abducted by his own brothers. Who is Thomas Aquinas? Why did his brothers kidnap him? Why did his classmates ridicule him? Why should we not ignore him? In …

  • Thomas Aquinas (Part 2) by

    In the twentieth century, many people don’t usually associate Islam with philosophy, but that was not the case in the thirteenth century. Islam introduced the world to the idea of double truth. But there was one Christian intellectual titan …

  • Tower Experience by

    The individualistic, global societies created and propelled by sin operate under the assumption that the fortunes and failures of life result strictly from the decisions and actions of the individual. Human beings are autonomous creatures and independent entities unto themselves …