• God’s Benevolent Love by

  • God’s Electing Love by

    Not everyone receives God’s eternal love. So, how does a person become a part of God’s family? Is everyone called to be adopted? Is God obligated to give His love to everyone? In this message, Dr. Sproul discusses …

  • God’s Eternal Love by

    Because of our creaturely limitations, we are tempted to think of love only in terms of time and space. Almost by default, we frame God’s love in the context of creation. Yet we forget that love was not created …

  • God’s Furious Anger by

    The Bible makes it perfectly clear that sin is a bad thing, and God does not like it. But how would you describe God’s attitude towards sin and wickedness? In this message entitled “God’s Furious Anger,” Dr. Sproul …

  • God the Father by

    When the Lord Jesus taught His disciples to pray, He began with the words “Our Father.” To address God as Father is an unspeakable privilege given to the children of God. But can unbelievers call God their father? Are all …

  • 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 …

  • God to Me by

    In this pre-conference seminar, Ligon Duncan will examine the modern god of the New Age movement, R.C. Sproul Jr. will expose the god of the relativists, and Robert Godfrey will help us to discern the god of the church …

  • God & Truth by

    Christians are called to live by the truth. As much as we claim to have a right theology and worldview that is based on truth, there is much we may be failing to do with our truth claims. In this …

  • 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 …

  • His Big Idea by

    Jonathan Edwards is often portrayed as a disgruntled, unhappy figure concerned only about judgment and doom. With titles for his works such as Original Sin and “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God,” what more should we expect? As …

  • Holy by

      In Scripture, names and titles are 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, and each …

  • 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 …

  • Ice Cream Cones and the Study of God by

    As creatures, we are bound by limitations. Yet we continue to test those limits. When we reach them, our minds try to push beyond them fuelled by the power of imagination. But even that has its limits. This is easily …

  • If God Is Good, How Could He Command Holy War? by

    Numerous skeptics have challenged the goodness of God by pointing to His command in the Old Testament to exterminate the Canaanites, including the women and children. Christians have also wondered how to understand those passages of Scripture. In this lecture …

  • 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 …