• The Canon of Scripture by

    Why didn’t the Reformers include the Apocrypha or other writings into the Canon of Scripture? How do we know which books belong in the New Testament? Can we be sure that what we have now is the entire New …

  • The Clarity of Scripture by

    Many people excuse themselves from reading the Bible because they claim it is too difficult to understand. Is the Bible too difficult for the average person? Is the Bible’s message so entangled in hard sayings and obscure passages that …

  • The Consistency of Scripture by

    People are quick to say that the Bible is full of contradictions. How should we handle the difficult passages of Scripture that seem to be inconsistent with other historical records? In “The Consistency of Scripture,” Dr. Sproul answers some of …

  • The Internal Witness by

    How can the Christian know that the Bible is God’s Word? Is belief in the Bible purely a subjective thing? There are plenty of external objective evidences that point us to the trustworthiness of Scripture as God’s Word …

  • The Mind and the Scriptures by

    What is the real meaning of John 3:16? This message focuses on the importance of applying proper thinking skills to the handling of Scripture.

  • The Original Autographs by

    Many sceptics believe that we cannot trust the Scriptures because of all the copies and copies of copies that have been made over the centuries. How do we answer the criticism that all those ancient copies have been corrupted through …

  • The Source of Scripture by

    Have you checked your sources? What makes you so sure that your beliefs about God are not the mere teachings of men? In “The Source of Scripture,” Dr. Sproul looks at Second Timothy to explain how we can know the …

  • The Substitute by

    In this day and age, the polls show that people are as religious as ever. What can the 21st century church do to reach the new generation? What can we do to make the gospel more appealing? Is it …

  • The Transmission of Scripture by

      If it is true that humans make mistakes, and it is also true that humans wrote the Scriptures, then wouldn’t that prove that the Scriptures have mistakes? As Dr. Sproul explains, that is not a necessary conclusion. Looking at …

  • The Truthfulness of Scripture by

    According to today’s standards, the Bible may not be accurate. But should that be any reason to deny the inerrancy of Scripture? In this message, Dr. Sproul explains that the inerrancy of Scripture is being measured by the wrong …

  • Thy Word Is Truth by

    The Scriptures of the Old and New Testament are inspired by God; that is, they are “God-breathed.” Because it is the Word of God, the Scripture is the final, inerrant, authoritative norm for faith and practice. Since the Enlightenment, however …

  • War on the Word by

    The first temptation recorded in Scripture is an attack on the trustworthiness of God’s Word. Such attacks have continued unabated to our own day. In the past, such attacks were usually made by liberals, but today we hear more …

  • What Is the Standard of Truth? by

    Mankind has been living the fallout of the wrong response to God’s authority since Adam and Eve. Today we’re not surprised when the world disregards the authority of Scripture, but what happens when the church questions God’s …

  • Why Sixty-Six Books? The Development of the Canon by

    The past few decades have witnessed a resurgence of criticism against the authority of the canon of Scripture. Books like The da Vinci Code seek to undermine the foundations of Christianity by shedding doubt on the cornerstone of its structure …

  • Why So Many Interpretations? The Clarity of Scripture & Interpretation by

    You may hear people in certain circles of evangelicalism claim that they do not need teachers or instructors of Scripture, for, as Jeremiah says, “And no longer shall each one teach his neighbor and each his brother, saying, ‘Know the …