• Baptism by

    In the message “Baptism,” Dr. Sproul answers important questions on the subject and explains that the validity of baptism rests not upon the person who receives, on the person who administers it, or on parents or anybody else; its validity …

  • The Baptism of John by

    Is the baptism of John and that which Jesus instructed in the Great Commission the same baptism? What was the significance of John’s baptism? How does it relate to the New Testament baptism we celebrate today? In this message …

  • The Baptism of John by

    In the Great Commission, Jesus commands the church to baptize in the triune name of the Father, and of the Son, and the Holy Spirit. But before Jesus gave that command, John was baptizing people in the river Jordan. Was …

  • The Baptism of the Holy Spirit by

    In the church today, there is great misunderstanding about the baptism of the Holy Spirit. What is the difference between water baptism and the baptism of the Spirit? What is the purpose of it? Who is it for, and when …

  • Believer’s Baptism by

  • Blessing & Judgment by

    What could be dangerous about taking the Lord’s Supper? What risks are involved when we receive it? How should we prepare ourselves as we come to the table? In this message, Dr. Sproul considers these questions as he explains …

  • The Body of Christ by

    Jesus is God in the flesh. He possesses both a divine and a human nature. Both natures are distinct, yet when it comes to the doctrine of the Lord’s Supper in various church groups, the lines of distinction become …

  • The Case Against Infant Baptism by

    According to the Baptists, baptism is reserved only for believers who have professed faith in Jesus Christ. Other church bodies such as Lutherans and Presbyterians baptize the infants of believers as well as older new believers. Why do churches baptize …

  • The Case for Infant Baptism by

    There are those in the Reformed churches who still practice infant baptism. Is there any biblical warrant for applying this sacred sign and seal of the covenant to a baby who has not yet exercised faith in Christ? In this …

  • The Case for Infant Baptism (Part 1) by

    Out of the twelve instances of baptism recorded in the book of Acts, there is no mention of infants being baptized. All of them specifically mention adults who have made a credible profession of faith. Why then do so many …

  • The Case for Infant Baptism (Part 2) by

    What value does baptism have to an infant? Does it guarantee that that infant will be saved? For that matter, does baptism guarantee anyone will be saved? Continuing “The Case for Infant Baptism,” Dr. Sproul explains the covenantal benefits God …

  • Chapter 27, Sec. 2-Chapter 28, Sec. 7 by

    The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this message, Dr. John Gerstner further examines the sacraments by looking at the Westminster’s teaching regarding baptism.

  • Chapter 29, Sec. 1-8 by

    The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this message, Dr. John Gerstner examines the second sacrament, the Lord’s Supper.

  • The Church and Sacraments by

    Some of the deepest and longest lasting divisions in the church are the result of disagreements about what the Bible teaches concerning the church, worship, and the sacraments. This raises one of the more serious difficulties that Christian leaders face …

  • The Consummation of the Kingdom by

    As the elements of the Lord’s Supper are distributed, Christians think of the cost of their salvation. They remember the fact that Jesus gave His life for their sins. But is there more we should be doing besides remembering …