• A Heavenly Birth by

    For those who stand outside of faith, the message of the gospel may appear burdensome and shackling. Yet, this could not be farther from the truth. The regeneration of the Spirit liberates believers to turn their affections to Christ and …

  • A Heavenly Helper by

    The thought of walking, sitting, and eating with Jesus brings Christians great joy, and His physical absence leaves us longing to be in His presence. As wonderful as this thought and longing is, we should not neglect the truth that …

  • Are Miracles for Today? by

    A subject that’s debated all the time in the life of the church is the topic of miracles. Should we as 20th Century Christians, expect miracles to be occurring in the life of the church today, or have …

  • Born of the Spirit by

    In the latter part of the twentieth century, “born-again Christian” became a popular term to describe people who underwent a conversion experience to Christianity. Where did this idea of being born again come from? Why must people be born again …

  • 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 …

  • Contradiction vs. Mystery by

    The doctrine of the Trinity is not without difficulty, but it is both biblical and logical. Try as we may to fully understand God’s triune nature, there are limits to what we can grasp with our minds. Does that …

  • Divine Illumination by

    It seems like you’ve read the same Bible passage hundreds of times only for it to jump off the page one day. Suddenly it makes perfect sense as to its meaning and application. But sometimes, the meaning you think …

  • Dwelling Within by

    The temptations endured by Jesus in the wilderness are remarkable accounts of Jesus’ righteous fortitude in the face of the most trying conditions. Having received the approval of the Father and the anointing of the Spirit at His baptism, Jesus …

  • Early Controversies by

    During the early centuries of the church, there were many attempts to explain the divinity of Jesus and His relation to the Father. With nearly every attempt, a heresy was born and controversy followed. Yet, orthodoxy prevailed. In this message …

  • Fifth-Century Heresies by

    The Bible clearly teaches that Jesus is divine. The Bible also teaches that Jesus is human. If Jesus is divine, would that make His body omnipresent? If Jesus is omnipotent, does that mean He never experienced fatigue or weakness? How …

  • For the Doctrine of the Trinity by

    In a pluralistic and relativistic age, Christians must stand firm in proclaiming the one living and true God who is revealed in Scripture. The one true God is one in being or essence and three in person: Father, Son, and …

  • Is There a Second Baptism? by

  • Monotheism by

    Without question, there is great mystery when it comes to the Godhead. Yet the Bible plainly affirms that the Father is God, the Son is God, and the Holy Spirit is God. Dr. Sproul begins this new series on “The …

  • One in Essence, Three in Person by

    Do the three Persons of the Trinity truly exist? In this message entitled “One in Essence, Three in Person,” Dr. Sproul helps us understand some of the language that was used by the early church as they sought to carefully …

  • Order from Chaos by

    Many Christians have either heard, or even muttered, the phrase, “The Holy Spirit is the forgotten person of the Trinity.” This assertion misses the real problem in the church today, a problem not extant in generations past. Christians know about …