• The Holy Spirit and the Church by

    The Apostles’ Creed testifies to the early church’s belief in a triune God. All three members of the Godhead are affirmed, but one receives only a mere mention. Why does the Apostles’ Creed say so little about the Holy …

  • I Believe (Part 1) by

    Today, millions of church-goers around the world continue in the tradition of reciting the ancient symbol of Christendom—the Apostles’ Creed. But do we actually believe what we profess? Beginning this new series on The Apostles’ Creed, Dr. Sproul examines two …

  • I Believe (Part 2) by

    You say you believe in God, but what do you believe about God? Is Christianity merely a set of beliefs to be affirmed in the mind? What place does the heart have in all of this? Is the mind more …

  • Jesus Christ, His Only Son Our Lord by

    Jesus is the Lord of all people. He is the only way to heaven. And no one is invited. A message like this is sure to cause controversy among its hearers, including those in the church. How effective would evangelism …

  • The Person and Work of Christ (Part 1) by

    The name Jesus is a Greek transliteration of the Hebrew name Joshua, which translated means “Yahweh with us.” But there were many with that name in the days of Jesus. What is it about Jesus Christ that sets Him …

  • The Person and Work of Christ (Part 2) by

    The Apostles’ Creed is a universally accepted symbol of orthodoxy in the church since the earliest centuries. By it, a Christian can confess his or her belief in the Triune God, the one true church, the forgiveness of sins and …

  • What Is Faith? by

    What does it mean for the Christian to say “I believe?” What is faith? Is faith enough? Where does reason fit in matters of faith? Is there an eternal fixed chasm between faith and reason? Contemplating these questions in …