• The Believer’s Final Rest by

    Heaven is a place shrouded in mystery. Jesus promised it and the Apostle John described it to some degree in the book of Revelation. But what do we really know about heaven? What can we expect when we get there …

  • 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 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 Church: Catholic and Apostolic by

    The Church is one of unity and diversity. In “The Church: Catholic and Apostolic,”  Dr. Sproul takes a look in history to explore the last two characteristics of the Church mentioned in the Apostle’s Creed, the quality of being …

  • 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 …

  • 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 Creation of Man by

    We see in culture a radical shift in understanding the origin of human beings along with the various theories of evolution. “The Creation of Man,” explained by Dr. Sproul, shows us that even sinful human beings walking around in our …

  • 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 Final Judgement by

    When we stop to think about all that we have said and done in our lives and how God will judge us, it is sobering to say the least. For all those who are not in Christ, the thought of …

  • The Fruit of the Holy Spirit by

    The chief goal of the Holy Spirit is to apply the fruits of the Gospel in such a way as to fulfill God’s mandate; to fulfill the will of God. Dr. Sproul details “The Fruit of the Spirit” in …

  • The Gifts of the Spirit by

    Paul gives us rich insight into the very nature of the church that Christ has established. He has created a church; He has gifted Her with the gifts of the Holy Spirit for the purpose of edification and strengthening of …

  • The Holy Spirit in the New Testament by

    In this lecture, Dr. Sproul continues the study of Pneumatology as we look at the work of the Holy Spirit in the New Testament. It is by the Holy Spirit whom God sends that the redemptive work of Christ is …

  • The Holy Spirit in the Old Testament by

    Dr. Sproul begins a study in what we call “Pneumatology,” the study of the person and work of the Holy Spirit or the Holy Ghost. He spends time in this message looking at the various instances the Holy Spirit works …

  • The Kingdom of God by

    The Kingdom of God is a predominant theme throughout Scripture. John the Baptist announced the coming of the King, and when He came, Jesus preached on the Kingdom throughout His entire ministry. But when exactly will the Kingdom come? What …

  • The Millennium by

    The way we approach any book of the Bible will affect the outcome of its interpretation. This has led to multiple end-time views of redemptive history. Does the word millennium actually mean one-thousand years? Will there be a Rapture? Looking …