• 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 Nature of Sin by

    It’s rare that we contemplate the full measure and scope of the impact of sin upon the world. Dr. Sproul points out in this lecture the impact that “The Nature of Sin” has upon Christians, the world and godliness.

  • 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 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 …

  • The Resurrection by

    Will you recognize your friends in heaven? What will you look like in a glorified body? What does the Apostle Paul mean when he talks about a spiritual body in 1 Corinthians 15? Does he mean that our resurrected bodies …

  • The Return of Christ by

    The return of Jesus has been one of the most controversial theological discussions in the last few hundred years. To this day, there are dozens of schools of thought as to when and how Jesus will return to this world …

  • The Sacraments of the Church by

    One of the reasons why Christians are engaged in so much controversy about the sacraments is because they see the sacraments as being very, very serious matters, and rightly so. In “The Sacraments of the Church,” Dr. Sproul takes the …

  • 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 …

  • The Will of God by

    How can I know the will of God for my life?  Obviously, people who are earnest in their Christian faith want to live a life in obedience to Him. Dr. Sproul poses another question in response by asking, “What will …

  • Three in Persons by

    Is the doctrine of the Trinity self-contradictory? Can we answer those who say it means we worship three gods? Dr. Sproul shows that the orthodox doctrine of the Trinity is paradoxical, but it by no means contradictory.

  • 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 …

  • What Is Theology? by

    What is theology? If you asked most people on the street if they knew the answer to that question, they would have no clue what to say. Biology, zoology, physiology, or anthropology sound familiar but theology, the study of God …

  • Why Did Christ Die? by

    Why Did Christ Die?”  That question will be answered as Dr. Sproul begins to lead us throughout several messages studying the atonement of Christ. To plumb the depths of the activity of the atonement of Christ takes great seriousness. Dr …

  • Worship in the Church by

    Any time we talk about the nature of the Church, we would be completely negligent if we overlooked one of the central purposes of the people of God: to express ourselves in corporate and personal worship. Dr. Sproul illustrates in …