• Progressive Revelation by

      R.C. Sproul uses “The Chicago Statement of Biblical Inerrancy” to explain the authority of Scripture. Loaded with helpful information on the implications of this core teaching, Thus Says the Lord can help believers understand and defend the Scriptures, while …

  • Question and Answers by

    R.C. Sproul uses “The Chicago Statement of Biblical Inerrancy” to explain the authority of Scripture. Loaded with helpful information on the implications of this core teaching, Thus Says the Lord can help believers understand and defend the Scriptures, while …

  • Revelation by

    R.C. Sproul uses “The Chicago Statement of Biblical Inerrancy” to explain the authority of Scripture. Loaded with helpful information on the implications of this core teaching, Thus Says the Lord can help believers understand and defend the Scriptures, while …

  • Revelation: Where Would We Be Without It? by

    Romans 1:19-21 to demonstrates, among other things, the nature of revelation and the benefits and demands flowing from it. All men witness the glory of God and owe Him allegiance, for the oceans, mountains, and forests attest to His …

  • Scripture and Authority by

    Here in “Scripture and Authority”,   Dr. Sproul touches on many subjects including the nature of Scripture, the origin of Scripture, the authority of Scripture, and the relationship of biblical authority to ecclesiastical authority. The Scripture is given to us not …

  • Scripture and Tradition by

    Dr. Sproul uses “The Chicago Statement of Biblical Inerrancy” to explain the authority of Scripture. Loaded with helpful information on the implications of this core teaching, Thus Says the Lord can help believers understand and defend the Scriptures, while enriching …

  • Scripture for Life: The Sufficiency of Scripture by

    The concept that an ancient book might offer sufficiency for life rubs against the grain of our postmodern culture. How can one source possess all the answers for life, let alone an archaic, outdated text? Behind this question lies the …

  • The Authority of Scripture by

    John Mac Arthur bring a message from the 19th Psalm on the “Authority of Scripture.” He teaches that the Scriptures are, sure, right, clear, clean, and true.  He also points out the act of restoring the soul, making wise …

  • The Authority of Scripture by

    This message will defend the claim that Scripture alone (as opposed to the Quran, Book of Mormon, etc.) is the Word of God, and defend the claim that Scripture is inerrant. 

  • The Authority of Scripture by

  • The Authority of Scripture by

    Dr. Sproul uses “The Chicago Statement of Biblical Inerrancy” to explain the authority of Scripture. Loaded with helpful information on the implications of this core teaching, Thus Says the Lord can help believers understand and defend the Scriptures, while enriching …

  • The Authority of Scripture, Part 1: The Doctrine of Inspiration by

    Higher criticism, the branch of literary investigation that seeks to discover the world behind the text, rose to prominence in seventeenth-century Germany. Yet, the motivation for the implementation of this form of study, the denial of biblical inspiration and inerrancy …

  • The Authority of Scripture, Part 2: The Doctrine of Inerrancy by

    For many years, mainline academia has issued attacks against the Bible through the various fields of study, such as history and archaeology. The lack of archaeological evidence supporting Scripture’s claims as well as its attestation of supernatural events form …

  • The Bible and Science by

    Does the Bible have anything to say about our natural world? What happens when theologians and scientists are in direct conflict with each other? In this message, Dr. Sproul teaches us about the harmony between natural and special revelation as …

  • The Bible and the Church by

    If the church was the organization that decided which books belong in the Canon, does that mean the church created the Canon of Scripture? Is it possible that the church made a mistake including certain books and not including others …