• 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 …

  • The Fruit of the Holy Spirit by

    The chief goal of the Holy Spirit is to apply the fruits of the Gospel in such a way as to fulfill God’s mandate; to fulfill the will of God. Dr. Sproul details “The Fruit of the Spirit” in …

  • The Gifts of the Spirit by

    Paul gives us rich insight into the very nature of the church that Christ has established. He has created a church; He has gifted Her with the gifts of the Holy Spirit for the purpose of edification and strengthening of …

  • 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 …

  • The Holy Spirit by

    With the rise of Pentecostalism and the charismatic movement in the twentieth century, the Holy Spirit is no longer the forgotten person of the Trinity. There is, however, great confusion among many church members about His person and work and …

  • The Holy Spirit and Apologetics by

    This message will explain the meaning and purpose of the internal testimony of the Holy Spirit in confirming the reliability of Scripture.

  • The Holy Spirit and the Church by

    The Apostles’ Creed testifies to the early church’s belief in a triune God. All three members of the Godhead are affirmed, but one receives only a mere mention. Why does the Apostles’ Creed say so little about the Holy …

  • The Holy Spirit and the Church by

    What does the Holy Spirit do? What is His ministry? What role does He have in the life of the individual believer and in the corporate life of the church? In this message, Dr. Sproul teaches us the role of …

  • The Holy Spirit in the New Testament by

    In this lecture, Dr. Sproul continues the study of Pneumatology as we look at the work of the Holy Spirit in the New Testament. It is by the Holy Spirit whom God sends that the redemptive work of Christ is …

  • The Holy Spirit in the Old Testament by

    Dr. Sproul begins a study in what we call “Pneumatology,” the study of the person and work of the Holy Spirit or the Holy Ghost. He spends time in this message looking at the various instances the Holy Spirit works …

  • The Inward Groan by

    All Christians face the tension in their lives between the promise of complete, permanent restoration and the present state of struggle with sin. Yet, it is important to remember that if we were left alone and unaided, then there would …

  • 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 …