• The Extent of the Atonement by

    Is there such thing as a 4-point Calvinist? In Dr. Sproul’s final section on the atonement of Christ, he briefly discusses one of the most controversial issues that surround the whole discussion of the atonement of Jesus, and that …

  • For the Exclusive Claims of Christ by

    Religious pluralism is one of the greatest challenges facing Christianity in today’s world. Is Jesus Christ just one way among many valid paths to God? Pluralism conflicts with the exclusive claims of Christ and undermines Christ’s Great Commission, but according …

  • For the Resurrection of Christ by

    He is not here, for he is risen as he said.” This message from the angel at the tomb on the first Easter morning is central to the Gospel. The Apostle Paul could not be any clearer when he …

  • For Whom Did Christ Die? by

    This session deals with the age-old controversy concerning the extent of the atonement. It explains the biblical and theological basis for the Reformed doctrine of limited or definite atonement, and demonstrates that such a view is the only ground for …

  • The Glory of God by

    Regarding His human nature, Jesus was made in the image of God. Every aspect of Jesus’ life perfectly reflected the glory of God. But Jesus did more than reflect the glory of God. In this message, Dr. Sproul uses the …

  • The Holy One of God by

    The disciples of our Lord Jesus Christ referred to Him as “the Holy One of God.” In doing so, they said something not only about His character, but also about His relationship to the Father. In this lecture, Dr …

  • Incarnation by

    So often, we think of the work of Christ as something that began when He was baptized in the Jordan River around the age of thirty. In reality, however, the work of Christ began in eternity past in the covenant …

  • Infancy Hymns by

    Throughout the Old Testament, God’s major redemptive acts were celebrated in song. The Song of Moses in Exodus 15 celebrated the redemption of Israel from Egypt. The Song of Deborah in Judges 5 celebrated the defeat of the Canaanites …

  • Jesus as the Word (Part 1) by

    Why does the Gospel of John describe Jesus as the Word? What is this concept of the Word that John is communicating? Dr. Sproul explores this concept as he discusses early Christology, looking at the first chapter of the Gospel …

  • Jesus as the Word (Part 2) by

  • Jesus Christ, His Only Son Our Lord by

    Jesus is the Lord of all people. He is the only way to heaven. And no one is invited. A message like this is sure to cause controversy among its hearers, including those in the church. How effective would evangelism …

  • Jesus Christ is Fully God (Part 1) by

    Does the New Testament teach that Jesus is God? Is Jesus Christ God or merely a god? Is there more in the New Testament that teaches Jesus deity than John 1:1? In this message entitled “Jesus Christ is Fully …

  • Jesus Christ is Fully God (Part 2) by

    With careful study, we can learn much about Jesus from His enemies. One thing they clearly understood was that Jesus claimed to be God. Why is it that the cultists today do not grasp this crucial biblical doctrine? Dr. Sproul …

  • Jesus Christ is Fully Man (Part 1) by

    Each human being is created as a unique individual. But our uniqueness is in regard to the combination of attributes that all humanity shares—all of us except One. Jesus Christ stands alone. He is like us in every way—except one …

  • Jesus Christ is Fully Man (Part 2) by

    The Pharisees continually charged Jesus with blasphemy, Sabbath-breaking, gluttony and drunkenness, all of which were unfounded. But even after nearly two-thousand years, the false allegations keep coming. Yet the Bible is clear; Jesus was without sin. But, if Jesus was …