• Obeying God or Man? by

      The drama of redemption reached its climactic point with the death and resurrection of Jesus, but the story did not end there. Jesus commissioned His disciples to go into all of the world with the gospel. The book of Acts …

  • No Other Name by

    Christians are often accused of being narrow-minded for their conviction that Jesus is the only way to God. Beliefs like this do not fare well in a pluralistic society. Are Christians audacious for believing that Jesus is the only way …

  • Lying Donors by

    What is the greatest myth concerning tithing in the church today? ‘What is the tithe, how much should it be, and where should it go?’ are important questions Christians should ask. Examining these questions, Dr. Sproul dispels three common myths …

  • Sons of the Covenant by

    The religious leaders in Jesus’ day knew the Scriptures, yet they did not know the Lord of the Scriptures whom they had crucified. Peter tells us they acted in ignorance, but does that mean they are not guilty? Dr. Sproul …

  • Holy Boldness by

    There was a quality about the early church that is not so recognizable in today’s church. That is not to say that no local church is without it, but as a whole, the church universal lacks the boldness of …

  • Saul of Tarsus by

    Many of us know that Saul of Tarsus was a persecutor of the church before he met the risen Christ on the road to Damascus. But, what else do we know about this man who surpassed all his peers in …

  • Stephen on Trial by

    The book of Acts tells us that Stephen was the first martyr. Before the Lord received him into heaven, Stephen proclaimed a message that enraged many of his hearers. But that message is not only for the Pharisees – it is …

  • If It Is of God by

    God is ever working out His plan through and among His people. Nothing can thwart the progression of His Kingdom. Even the enemies of the church recognize that fact. But how do we know something is of God? Is there …

  • Paul at Cyprus by

    The severity and eternal nature of hell should make anyone shudder, especially false prophets. Yet God is the one who created hell, and it is God who sends people there. What kind of Apostle would Paul be if he didn …

  • 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 …

  • The Judaizer Threat by

    The “New Perspective on Paul” movement is gaining a foothold in academic settings, and before long it will trickle down into the pulpit. But this modern threat to the gospel is not new in many ways. Like all false gospels …

  • Paul at Corinth by

    How many in the church today wish they could be have been there during the days of the apostles? But the early church was not without problems. This was especially true in the city of Corinth. What were the problems …

  • Paul at Mars Hill (Part 2) by

    In common gambler jargon, “hedging your bets” is a way of protecting yourself from losing everything. In the world of investing, it is called having a diversified portfolio. In the ancient world of Greece, building an altar to the “unknown …

  • Paul’s Sermon at Antioch by

    In this world, there is plenty to keep us occupied and entertained. There are places to go, people to see, and things to do. King David also had plenty of opportunities to indulge himself with the things of the world …

  • The Jerusalem Decree by

    In his letter to the Corinthians, the Apostle Paul made it clear that it was not sinful to eat meat offered to idols. But at the Jerusalem Council, a decree was written to be delivered by Paul instructing the Gentile …