• Faith and Evidence by

    Why was Cain’s sacrifice rejected by God? What did Abel have that his brother didn’t? Or, perhaps we should ask, what was the difference between Cain and Abel? In this message entitled “Faith and Evidence,” Dr. Sproul takes …

  • The Faithful God by

    What good reason do you have to believe God? Belief requires knowledge, which is the basis for our reasons to believe. Can we give any good reason to live by faith? Dr. Sproul says we can and we must. He …

  • Foes & Friends: The Road to Interpreter’s House by

    Some dangers in life are apparent, and others are not. As Christiana and her companions approached the wicket gate, they encountered unexpected opposition from the forces of darkness. In all ages, pilgrims need to remain vigilant and sober-minded even when …

  • From Vanity to Doubting Castle by

    Though there are often points of similarity between the experiences and struggles of believers, each person engages certain spiritual realities differently. For instance, Christian and his other family members spent time in Vanity and visited Doubting Castle; they covered the …

  • A Gift from God by

    Where did your faith come from?  Were you born with it? Did you develop it over time or was it given to you? Considering these questions in this message, Dr. Sproul explains how faith is no mere natural ability …

  • The Goal of Christian Living by

    Is the mere possession of faith all that we need to please God? With faith, come responsibilities. Do you have a plan? That is, what steps are you taking to direct your life that are honorable to the King? In …

  • The Goal of Christian Living by

  • The Godless City: Vanity Fair by

    Christian has withstood spiritual warfare against the foul Apollyon, and he has safely traversed the Valley of the Shadow of Death. While the dangers behind him were apparent, some dangers are less obvious. Though Vanity Fair may not be known …

  • Godly Catholicity by

    The Reformed faith has a well-defined core of non-negotiable doctrines. But it has never possessed one complete and common theological expression. This fact helps us to appreciate the determined catholicity of John Calvin, which Pastor Hamilton examines in this lesson …

  • 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 teaches …

  • God So Loved the World by

    God’s work of redemption involves more than the salvation of a handful of souls. In this session, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson will explore the breadth of the promises of the gospel. He will explain how Scripture moves from the glorious …

  • God’s Sovereignty by

    Calvinism affects the life of every individual Christian, but it also affects the church corporately. The Holy Spirit conforms Christians to the image of Christ. In this lesson, Pastor Hamilton calls attention to the sovereign grace of God as one …

  • The Hill Difficulty by

    Though the Christian journey often contains unique moments of joy and closeness to God, day to day life can challenge a believer’s zeal, joy, and sense of purpose. After his powerful arrival at the cross, Christian’s journey brings …

  • A Hopeful Vision by

    Scripture clearly teaches that we live by faith and not by sight. But does that mean that we are to have a blind faith? Is the Christian faith a vain hope in an unknowable and unseen world? Is there evidence …

  • How Then Should I Live in This World? by

    Ours is an ethically confused world. Materialist scientists tell us that since all is matter, there is no ultimate basis for judgments of “good” and “evil.” Relativists claim that what is “good” for one person or culture may not be …