• Substitutionary Atonement by

    There are those who believe it is simply barbarian and prescientific to think of an atonement by which somebody pours out their own blood to satisfy the demands of God’s justice.  As Dr. Sproul continues with the theme of …

  • The Paraclete by

    We find in the study of the Holy Spirit, a role that is completely vital to our success as workers in the Kingdom of Christ. He is our Paraclete, the helper that Christ promised to give to His church. Dr …

  • Sanctification by

    Is it possible to completely vanquish the impact of the flesh? Once we have been justified by faith in Christ, a wonderful work is begun in our life, that of “Sanctification.” Dr. Sproul discusses with us about the path of …

  • Original Sin by

    Whenever we talk of the fall of the human race and the nature and origin of sin, we are immediately pushed to contemplate the extent and scope of that sin and its impact upon us as human beings. Dr. Sproul …

  • Transmission of Sin by

    If we’re born sinners, how can God hold us accountable for sinning when all we’re doing is doing what comes naturally? In “Transmission of Sin,” we spend some time looking at how sin nature is transmitted or transferred …

  • 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 …

  • The Names of Christ by

    Jesus is one of, if not the most titled person in all of recorded history. The many names and titles which have been ascribed to Jesus are all to reveal something of His character.  Dr. Sproul takes a look at …

  • The Christ of the Bible by

    The gospel writers give us a glance at the character of Christ from just  slightly different perspectives and begin to probe the depths and riches of who He is. Dr. Sproul, in “The Christ of the Bible” attempts to proclaim …

  • The Covenants by

    We see that if there is any basic structure or framework for the whole unfolding plan of redemption in Scripture, that structure or framework is expressed in terms of the concept of covenant. In this message Dr. Sproul discusses the …

  • The Christ of the Creeds by

    Dr. Sproul takes some time to discuss several of the thought shaping councils in the fourth and fifth centuries. Both the Council of Nicaea in the fourth century, and the Council of Chalcedon in the fifth century dealt with and …

  • The Offices of Christ by

    In “The Offices of Christ,” Dr. Sproul teaches us that in the drama of redemption Jesus is involved in what is called the munus triplex, or the threefold office. We are taught the differences between these Old Testament offices, and …

  • The States of Christ by

    When Dr. Sproul speaks in “The States of Christ”, he speaks about the states of being or role in which Christ is acting at various times throughout His life or His existence. The subjects in this message range from the …

  • Justification by Faith Alone by

    It was Luther who was known for the doctrine of justification by faith alone, because it was this very doctrine and controversy which provoked the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century. In this section, Dr. Sproul answers the questions …

  • The Church: One and Holy by

    The Church was defined with four distinct attributes or qualities in the Apostle’s Creed, with the statement of “the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic” Church. In this message, Dr. Sproul takes a look in history to explore the first …

  • Saving Faith by

    At the time of the Reformation, a question arose that received much attention asking, “What really is saving faith?” Among the Antinomian, the Roman Catholic, and the Protestant Reformer, the understanding of “Saving Faith” will vary. As he sifts through …