• Aaron and the Priesthood by

  • Aaron and the Priesthood by

  • A Basket Case by

    It is true that the Apostle Paul compared our personal righteousness to filthy rags, but Paul’s commonality to dirty laundry has nothing to do with that metaphor. It has everything to do with his obedience to the Lord Jesus …

  • About the Book by

    The apostle Paul wrote more than half of the New Testament. Specifically, some say he only wrote thirteen of the twenty-seven books of New Testament, while others say fourteen. So which is it—thirteen or fourteen? The difference of opinion …

  • A House Divided by

    As a teacher of God’s Word, the Apostle Paul was never one to shrink back from controversy when truth was at stake. In fact, the book of Acts records an occasion when Paul stirred up a controversy by introducing …

  • A Justified Faith by

    In his book, James says that Abraham was not justified by faith only, whereas Paul already established that Abraham was justified by faith alone. So who is right? They both are. In “A Justified Faith,” Dr. Sproul will examine the …

  • A Living Hope by

    Our hopes and dreams for things in this world vary in importance, but no matter how great the hope is, it is still of this world. The Bible speaks of the Christian’s hope in a category completely different from …

  • A Living Sacrifice by

  • Almost Persuaded by

    When Jesus called His disciples, He told them to leave all and follow Him. After his conversion, the Apostle Paul later followed Jesus with seemingly unparalleled tenacity. Yet many church-goers hope to do only just enough religion, while trying to …

  • Always Reforming by

    A short-sighted diagnosis leads to treatment of the symptoms only, while ignoring the root cause of them. Nehemiah knew this, and when he saw the walls of Jerusalem destroyed and the gates burned, he saw past the rubble to a …

  • Among the Brethren by

    At the outset of Paul’s second missionary journey, Paul and Barnabas had a sharp dispute over John Mark’s competence. In essence, John Mark was fired by Paul. Did that occasion render Mark incompetent in the church? Did he …

  • Amos and Hosea by

  • Amos and Hosea by

  • A New Apostle by

    In the Gospels we read of Jesus calling  the disciples. Later in the book of Acts, we discover that two new members were numbered among the Apostles. The Apostle Paul was one example, but he was not an original disciple …

  • Apostles and Deacons by

    Pastors are leaving the ministry at an alarming rate. With all the added responsibilities that have been assigned to the modern pastor, the pulpit has suffered to the detriment of all. What can we do to allow the pastor to …