• 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 of …

  • The Eclipse of God by

    In this session Dr. Sproul considers how modernism gave us a tame deist god, and then discarded him and how theological liberalism followed close behind. It will argue that within and without the church we seek to diminish God’s glory …

  • Elohim: God’s Plural Name by

    One of God’s Old Testament names is Elohim, which is a name in the plural. Why would the name of God appear in a plural form in a religion that is distinctively famous for being monotheistic? Some evangelicals have …

  • Elohim (Part 1) by

    In this message, Dr. Sproul continues his study on the names of God, taking us to the Source to find what ancient philosophers sought after, as he looks at the name “Elohim.”

  • Elohim (Part 2) by

    In the Hebrew language, the word ‘elohim’ was used to refer to the many false gods. Ironically it was also used in Scripture for the One true God who created all things. Why do the authors of Scripture use a …

  • El Shaddai by

    What strongholds in the human heart can withstand the power of wind? In the realm of the supernatural there is a power that cannot be predicted, tamed, or withstood. In this message entitled “The Power of Wind,” Dr. Sproul helps …

  • El Shaddai: God of Power by

    Is there a problem too big for God to handle? Judging by the responses of some of the Old Testament saints, all of us would do well to get re-acquainted with “El Shaddai—the God of Power.” In this message, Dr …

  • Eternity by

    Right now truly does count forever, and the choices we make today have eternal consequences. In this message, Dr. R.C. Sproul reminds us not only of the importance of our present thoughts, words, and deeds, but also of the fact …

  • An Everlasting Love: The Love of God by

    The meaning of God’s love has often been explained in a way that gives us a distorted understanding of who God is. In this session, John MacArthur will present the biblical doctrine of God’s love.

  • Every Knee Will Bow by

    The work of God did not cease at the death of Christ. In this message, Dr. Michael Morales considers what God is doing in post-ascension history, focusing on how Jesus is not only bringing all things under subjection, but also preparing …

  • The Family As a Key to Reformation by

    A covenantal, multi-generational approach to the building of God’s kingdom is necessary for an enduring reformation. Our children must be prepared to train their children to be faithful, for God has often accomplished His ends through faithful families.

  • The Foreknowledge of God by

    Foreknowledge is an often misunderstood and maligned concept. But many assumptions about its meaning are unbiblical. In this lesson, Dr. Lawson disabuses false notions of foreknowledge and examines what the text of Scripture actually teaches.

  • Forty Years of Proclaiming God’s Holiness by

    Ligonier Ministries’ purpose is to awaken as many people as possible to the holiness of God by proclaiming, teaching, and defending God’s holiness in all its fullness. In this interview with Chris Larson, Dr. R.C. Sproul expands on this …

  • The Glory of God by

    In the pre-conference seminar, Sinclair Ferguson will examine the method and weakness of contemporary worship, Douglas Wilson will affirm that worship is an aspect of covenant renewal, and R.C. Sproul will demonstrate the importance of communicating all aspects of …

  • The Glory of God Through Man by

    We were made to glorify God and to enjoy Him forever. But all that God creates is for His own glory. What does it actually mean for us to glorify God? Is it something we can do to bring Him …