• God Is Truth by

    A first-century Roman governor once interrogated a Jewish rabbi concerning one of life’s most pressing questions. He was asking an ancient question that many have quit asking: What is truth? Pontus Pilate did not know whom he was talking …

  • The God Who Is Everywhere by

    We experience our limitations when we want to be in two different places at the same time. Wherever you are, you certainly can’t be everywhere. But God can. This is one of the great affirmations of Scripture. But how …

  • God, the Father Almighty by

    You probably already knew that God is the maker of all things. To many people, news like this doesn’t turn many heads. To others, news like this can stir up all kinds of controversy. So who are these others …

  • Knowledge of God by

    The fundamental principle when discussing “The Knowledge of God”, is that while our knowledge of God is neither exhaustive nor comprehensive, we do have a meaningful way of speaking about Him. God has addressed to us in our terms, and …

  • One in Essence by

    Dr. Sproul discusses the distinct belief of our God, “One in Essence”. The nature of God, of His unity, of His singularity, of His oneness, is so important and so central to the religious life of people that this point …

  • Incommunicable Attributes by

    When we study the doctrine of God, one of the most important things we’re concerned with is an understanding of His attributes. Dr. Sproul studies the distinction between the communicable and the incommunicable attributes of God and the  practical …

  • Three in Persons by

    Is the doctrine of the Trinity self-contradictory? Can we answer those who say it means we worship three gods? Dr. Sproul shows that the orthodox doctrine of the Trinity is paradoxical, but it by no means contradictory.

  • Communicable Attributes by

    When we study the doctrine of God, one of the most important things we’re concerned with is an understanding of His attributes. Dr. Sproul studies the distinction between the communicable and the incommunicable attributes of God and the  practical …

  • The Will of God by

    How can I know the will of God for my life?  Obviously, people who are earnest in their Christian faith want to live a life in obedience to Him. Dr. Sproul poses another question in response by asking, “What will …

  • Hallowed Be Your Name by

    In the Lord’s Prayer, Jesus instructed His disciples to acknowledge the Father’s holiness and to adore Him in their every prayer. He is the one whom the seraphim adore, singing, “Holy, holy, holy is the LORD of hosts …

  • I Am the Lord, There Is No Other by

    Before he discovered the Gospel, contemplation of God’s holiness and his own sinfulness drove Martin Luther to despair. What did he grasp about holiness that most of us do not? In this lecture, Dr. Sproul introduces the topic of …

  • Train Up Your Children by

    The worship of our sovereign God is not to be relegated to a mere hour or two each Sunday. Instead, our worship of Him should pervade every aspect of our lives. In this lecture, Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. exhorts …

  • Be Ye Holy by

    According to Scripture, we are justified by faith alone in Jesus Christ alone. Yet our Lord calls those who have been so justified to a life of holiness. In this lecture, Dr. Thomas explains the importance and necessity of individual …

  • Cosmic Treason by

    The sinfulness of sin is not grasped in our day because the holiness of God is not grasped. Sin will only be understood for what it is when God is understood for who He is. In this lecture, Rev. Anyabwile …

  • A Consuming Fire by

    There have always been those who have argued that a truly holy God could not or would not consign anyone to eternal punishment. Such, they say, is inconsistent with God’s love. In this lecture, Dr. Sproul explains why the …