• Before All Time by

    The living God, whom we worship, is one in essence and three in person, and from eternity past the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit covenanted to redeem a people in order to manifest the glory of the triune God. In …

  • Before the Beginning: The Aseity of God by

    Unlike creation, God is self-existent, uncaused, and independent. In this lecture, Dr. Sproul will examine the doctrine of God’s aseity, and explain why it is vital to a proper understanding of who God is as Creator and Redeemer.

  • Beholding His Glory by

    As we wait for the coming Kingdom in all its fullness, many of us eagerly look forward to being reunited with loved ones who have since passed into glory. Yet, in the meantime, we are perplexed by various questions. What …

  • 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 …

  • Can God Die? by

    If God is the One who made all things, then who made God? Dr. Sproul considers this common question in this message as he looks at the beginner who has no beginning or ending.

  • Chapter 32, Sec. 1-Chapter 33, Sec. 3 by

    The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this message, Dr. John Gerstner studies the teaching of the Westminster Confession on life after death and the Resurrection. He …

  • Chapters 34-35 by

    The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this final message, Dr. John Gerstner examines the revised Confession on the Holy Spirit and studies the Gospel of the …

  • Christ by

    In Scripture, names and titles are extremely important. This is true not only for the names of people and places, but also of God Himself. The Bible uses many names for the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit; each …

  • Christ: The Annointed One by

    In all of human history, the most titled individual that has ever lived is Jesus of Nazareth. In “Christ: The Annointed One,” Dr. Sproul will begin to look at the title the New Testament uses for Jesus more often than …

  • 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 …

  • 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 …

  • Creation & Providence by

    In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth, and what God creates He sustains. In other words, all things were created by God, and all things are upheld, directed, and governed by Him. Many Christians today have doubts …

  • Does God Have a Body by

    If we were made in the image of God, then does that mean God has a body? How do we understand the nature of God, and how does that affect how we worship Him? Continuing to study the attributes of …

  • Does God Have a Withered Arm? by

    Is your faith beginning to wither? Have you lost your boldness to serve in the kingdom of God? Perhaps if we had a better understanding of the power of God, our own strength would be emboldened. Reflecting on this in …

  • Does the Doctrine of the Divine Decrees Eliminate Human Will? by

    Reformed theology teaches that God has ordained whatsoever comes to pass. Critics of Reformed theology argue that this entails a fatalistic worldview in which only God’s will truly exists. They claim that if God decreed or willed the acts …