2017

How Can I Be Right With God? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. In this Crucial Questions booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul delves into Scripture and church history to explore the Protestant doctrine of justification by faith alone, and in so doing, it points to Christ alone as our hope for salvation.

What Do Jesus' Parables Mean? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. In this Crucial Questions booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul explores the parables of Jesus, laying out their meaning and the rich blessings that they promise to believers.

 

2016

The Legacy of Luther. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. In this volume, R.C. Sproul, Stephen J. Nichols, and thirteen other scholars and pastors examine Martin Luther's life, teaching, and enduring influence. Meet Martin Luther, the audacious Reformer who, out of love for the truth and the desire to bring it to light, set the world ablaze.

Are People Basically Good? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. In this Crucial Questions booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul explores the nature of mankind by looking at what it means to be made in the image of God and exploring the nature and effects of the fall.

How Can I Be Blessed? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. In this Crucial Questions booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul explores the Beatitudes to clearly explain what they mean for Christians and how to hold up the glorious promise of life in God's kingdom.

How Should I Think about Money? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. In this Crucial Questions booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul offers much-needed biblical answers to questions on a Christian view of money, and in so doing, provides clarity on this important issue in the lives of Christians.

The Knight's Map. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. In this allegorical tale, theologian, pastor, and author Dr. R.C. Sproul continues his life's work of making deep biblical truths clear and understandable to students of all ages. The Knight's Map is the story of a knight who undertakes a perilous journey full of bad advice and wrong turns. In the end, he must decide whether or not he will trust the map provided by the King.

The Race of Faith. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust. This title is an adaption of the teaching series Basic Training created for outreach at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

The Reformation Study Bible (NKJV). Orlando, FL: Ligonier. An updated, revised, and expanded edition of The Reformation Study Bible in the New King James Version.

2015

Can I Lose My Salvation? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. In this Crucial Questions booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul looks at the teachings of Scripture on the doctrine of eternal security or the perseverance of the saints.

The Reformation Study Bible

What Is the Great Commission? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. In this Crucial Questions booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul explores the Great Commission by laying out the biblical basis for missions, defining the gospel and evangelism, and addressing the need to mobilize Christian believers for missions.

The Reformation Study Bible (ESV). Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. Under the leadership of Dr. R.C. Sproul, the new edition of the Reformation Study Bible has been thoroughly revisied and carefully crafted to offer an unparalleled reading, study, and discipleship experience for every age and stage of the Christian life.

2014

Everyone's a Theologian. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. Dr. Sproul, demonstrating his trademark ability to make complex subjects easy to understand, surveys the basic truths of the Christian faith, reminding us once more of what God is like and of what He has done for His people in this world and the next.

Are These the Last Days? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. In this Crucial Questions booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul examines the discourse to glean from it truths regarding who Jesus was, what He really meant, and what His words mean for us today.

What Is Repentance? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. In this Crucial Questions booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul unfolds the biblical concept of repentance. He looks at repentance as it relates to regeneration.

What Is the Relationship between Church and State? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. In this Crucial Questions booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul examines the relationship by looking at the nature and mission of government, how Christians should view and relate to their governments, the legitimacy of state-established churches, how to deal with abuses of power, and the legitimacy of civil disobedience.

God Is Holy and We're Not. Orlando, FL: Ligonier Ministries. This title is an abridged version of Dr. Sproul's The Holiness of God created for outreach at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

2013

The Promises of God. Colorado Springs, CO. David C. Cook. Dr. Sproul explores the meaning of "covenant" and looks at the specific covenants in the Old and New Testaments, showing how God fulfills His plan of redemption in and through His people.

Matthew (St. Andrew's Expositional Commentary). Wheaton, IL. Crossway Books. Dr. R.C. Sproul provides a substantial and practical commentary on the first book of the New Testament canon.

How Can I Develop a Christian Conscience? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. In this Crucial Questions booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul shows that this development involves learning and mastering the many principles God has laid down in His Word, and even in creation itself. In other words, we must know and understand God's law. As we gain a firmer grasp of what God expects and requires, we are increasingly able to make decisions that please Him.

What Is the Church? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. In this Crucial Questions booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul carefully and clearly explains that the church is a body of people saved by Jesus Christ and regenerated by the Holy Spirit who live to glorify and enjoy God. Beginning with the ancient Nicene Creed, which affirms that the church is "one, holy, catholic, and apostolic," Dr. Sproul provides accessible teaching on one of the most misunderstood of all Christian doctrines.

What Is the Lord’s Supper? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. In this Crucial Questions booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul cuts through the confusion to define the supper, demonstrate what it means, and show how important it is for the lives of believers and churches. He explores the origins of the supper, explains what it does for us, and refutes erroneous views of the Sacrement.

2012

God's Love. Colorado Springs, CO. David C. Cook. In this book, Dr. Sproul explores the love of God, which finds its ultimate expression in His Son. Dr. Sproul also examines several paradoxes, such as a loving God and divine hate, and how love coexists with God's sovereignty.

Does God Control Everything? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. In this Crucial Questions booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul explores and explains the Christian doctrine of providence, the teaching that God is the sovereign ruler of the universe. He then deals with some of the philosophical and theological questions and objections the doctrine raises.

Who Is the Holy Spirit? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. In this Crucial Questions booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul cuts through the confusion by going back to the Bible. He establishes the biblical teaching on the Spirit’s identity—He is one of the three persons of the Godhead, along with the Father and Son—then briefly sketches some of the most basic yet important roles the Spirit carries out.

Can I Have Joy in My Life? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. In this Crucial Questions booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul cuts through the confusion surrounding this popular but misunderstood attribute, showing the one sure path to deep, lasting joy—a relationship with God through Jesus Christ.

Are We Together? A Protestant Analyzes Roman Catholicism. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. In this book, R.C. Sproul takes his stand for the cardinal doctrines of Protestantism in opposition to the errors of the Roman Catholic Church.

The Work of Christ. Colorado Springs, CO. David C. Cook. In this book, Dr. Sproul explains the theological significance of the crucial events in Jesus' life and ministry from His birth and baptism to His ascension and Second Coming. A helpful study guide is included with each chapter.

The Donkey Who Carried a King. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. The biblical teaching that Jesus was the Suffering Servant who carried the sins of His people when He went to the cross is vividly brought home to children in the The Donkey Who Carried a King. This children's book offers a unique perspective on the events of Jesus' Passion Week and calls all believers, both young and old, to follow in the footsteps of the Suffering Servant for the glory of God.

2011

1-2 Peter (St. Andrew's Expositional Commentary). Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books. Pastor and scholar R.C. Sproul has preached through Peter’s letters and has now compiled these sermons into one volume. This St. Andrew's Expositional Commentary will enable readers to glean from Sproul’s wisdom and perspective on 1–2 Peter.

Unseen Realities: Heaven, Hell, Angels and Demons. Ross-shire, (Scotland) Great Britain: Christian Focus Publications. Scripture speaks about heaven, hell, angels and demons which are a part of this invisible spiritual realm. R.C. Sproul helps us gain an understanding of these things so that we can come to a realization that in fact all four are true realities that impact upon our everyday lives.

What Can I Do with My Guilt? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. Part of the Crucial Questions series, R.C. Sproul shows how God can use our feelings of guilt to reveal our true guilt in His sight. He then prescribes the only remedy—the forgiveness that God has provided through Jesus Christ.

What Is the Trinity? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. Part of the Crucial Questions series, this short book carefully explains the doctrine of the Trinity, stressing that Christians worship one God who manifests Himself in three distinct persons. 

What Is Baptism? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. Part of the Crucial Questions series, R.C. Sproul shows that baptism is a necessary and meaningful practice that is packed with rich symbolism and provides help in understanding and appreciating this practice of the church.

The Barber Who Wanted to Pray. Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books. This imaginative tale from R.C. Sproul, based on a true story of a barber and his famous customer, Martin Luther, will delight children and help them learn to pray according to the Bible.

Mark (St. Andrew's Expositional Commentary). Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. R.C. Sproul continues his expositional commentary series with this extensive study of Mark's gospel.

2010

What Is Faith? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. Part of the Crucial Questions series, this short book looks to Hebrews 11, the great faith chapter of the Bible, for a definition of faith and numerous examples of it in the lives of the saints. Dr. Sproul shows that faith, in scriptural terms, is not believing in God but believing God and living according to His Word.

What Does It Mean to Be Born Again? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. Part of the Crucial Questions series, this short book cuts through the confusion and carefully explains what it means, biblically and theologically, to be born again.

Can I Be Sure I'm Saved? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. Part of the Crucial Questions series, this short book defines assurance, shows how we can get it, reveals the blessings it confers, and warns of the dangers of false assurance.

Acts (St. Andrew's Expositional Commentary). Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books. Balancing broad and narrow perspectives of each passage, R.C. Sproul explores important theological terms and themes, offers perspective from his own wisdom and experience, and engages in practical application.

2009

Romans (St. Andrew's Expositional Commentary). Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books. Throughout church history, the study of the book of Romans has been pivotal to understanding Christian life and doctrine. Convinced that "Paul's fullest, grandest, most comprehensive statement of the gospel" is just as vital today, R.C. Sproul delivered sixty sermons on Romans from 2005 to 2007 at Saint Andrew’s, where he has pastored for more than a decade. Sproul’s passage-by-passage expositions will not only enrich any preaching or teaching ministry but any thoughtful study of this weighty exposition.

John (St. Andrew's Expositional Commentary). Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. R.C. Sproul explores the major themes of the Gospel of John in this volume growing out of his sermon series at St. Andrew's in Sanford, Florida.

The Prayer of the Lord. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. Dr. R.C. Sproul shows that the model prayer Jesus gave to His disciples is a treasure trove of principles for an often-neglected and misunderstood spiritual discipline. With his trademark clarity, he shows to whom believers are to pray, then explains how we are to pray and what we should ask in prayer.

2008

The Prince's Poison Cup. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. With The Prince’s Poison Cup, Dr. R. C. Sproul continues his series of books designed to present deep biblical truths to children on their own level. In this work, he focuses on the atonement to show that Jesus had to endure the curse of sin in order to redeem His people from their spiritual death.

The Truth of the Cross. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. This book by Dr. R.C. Sproul is a comprehensive introduction to the atonement of Christ. Helooks at the Old Testament and explains concepts like propitiation and expiation to teach us what happened when Jesus bore the wrath of God against the sins of His people.

Truths We Confess: A Layman's Guide to the Westminster Confession of Faith, Volume 2: Salvation and the Christian Life. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishers. This second of three volumes, covering chapters 9–22 of the confession, explains the doctrines of free will, effectual calling, justification, adoption, sanctification, faith, repentance, good works, perseverance, assurance, God’s law, Christian liberty, the Sabbath, and oaths.

Truths We Confess: A Layman's Guide to the Westminster Confession of Faith, Volume 3: The State, the Family, the Church, and Last Times. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishers. This third of three volumes, covering chapters 23–33 of the confession, treats the civil magistrate, marriage and divorce, the church and communion of the saints, baptism and the Lord’s Supper, church government, and the final judgment and afterlife. Also included are indexes to the three volumes.

2006

A Taste of Heaven. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. Republished in 2013 by David C. Cook under the title How Then Shall We Worship? Dr. Sproul examines the key components of prayer, praise, and sacrifices that God gave to His people in the Old Testament. He shows how biblical principles can guide today’s worshipers, for the Lord has designed worship to give His people a taste of heaven.

Truths We Confess: A Layman's Guide to the Westminster Confession of Faith, Volume 1: The Triune God. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishers. This first of three volumes, covering chapters 1-8 of the confession, explains what we need to understand about Holy Scripture, God and the Trinity, his decree, creation, providence, the fall into sin, God’s covenant, and Christthe Mediator. Every discussion is geared toward bringing us to a deeper knowledge of and greater love for the doctrines of grace set forth in God’s Word.

The Lightlings. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust Publishing. Dr. R.C. Sproul weaves an allegorical tale that captures the essence of the biblical story of redemption in a manner that will fascinate and delight children. A race of tiny beings known as lightlings are a picture of humanity as they pass through all the stages of the biblical drama—creation, fall, and redemption.

2005

Scripture Alone. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishers. Every generation of Christians since the time of Jesus has had to face attacks upon Scripture from an unbelieving and hostile world. This book is a statement of the Protestant doctrine of Scripture consisting of Dr. Sproul's most important articles on the subject as well as his commentary on the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy.

The Reformation Study Bible (ESV). Orlando, FL: Ligonier Ministries. This first Reformed Study Bible since the original Geneva Bible of 1560 provides study aids including textual notes, chapter introductions, theological sidebars, and more. Dr. Sproul served as general editor of the project and wrote the notes for the book of James.

2003

The Dark Side of Islam. Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books. R.C. interviews a former Muslim who explains little known aspects of this religion.

Running the Race. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books. A book designed for recent graduates to help them face the issues they will soon encounter. Currently out of print.

Defending Your Faith. Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books. Dr. R.C. Sproul provides an introduction to apologetics, the science of defending the Christian faith. Drawing from years of research and experience, he demonstrates that Christian belief is rational and equips believers to provide an effective defense of the faith.

2002

Five Things Every Christian Needs to Grow. Nashville, TN: W Publishing Group. Republished in 2008 by Reformation Trust Publishing. An explanation of five vital disciplines that every Christian needs to practice in order to mature in the faith. 

Saved from What? Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books. Starting from the point of view of the wrath that all men are born under, R.C. proceeds to explain the great salvation provided through the life, death and resurrection of Christ for all who believe.

When Worlds Collide. Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books. While addressing the presence of God in the midst of tragedy, Dr. Sproul explores how God has providentially worked in history. When Worlds Collide endeavors to help with the issues of suffering, war, and peace.

2001

What’s in the Bible: The Story of God through Time and Eternity. Nashville, TN: Word Publishing. This book shows how the stirring stories of the Bible fit together into a cohesive narrative, helping the layperson to read through the entire Bible with greater satisfaction. 

Loved by God. Nashville, TN: W Publishing Group. A study of the many aspects of God’s love for His people. Currently out of print.

2000

The Consequences of Ideas. Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books. The greatest thinkers of all time are impacting us still. From public-policy decisions and current laws to world events, theology, the arts, education, and even conversations between friends, history’s most influential philosophies have wrought massive consequences on nearly everything we see, think, and do. Thus it is critical for Christians to understand the ideas that are shaping them. Tracing the contours of Western philosophy from the ancients to the molders of modern and postmodern thought, R.C. Sproul proves that ideas are not just passing fads; they endure for generations to come and demand our serious attention.

1999

Getting the Gospel Right. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books. The important differences in two recent popular statements concerning the Gospel are analyzed and compared to Scripture.

In the Presence of God. Nashville, TN: Word Publishing.  Devotional readings based on 15 attributes of God. Currently out of print.

A Walk with God: An Exposition of Luke. Ross-shire, (Scotland) Great Britain: Christian Focus Publications. Devotional studies of Christ based on the book of Luke.

 

1998

The Holiness of God – Revised and Expanded. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers. Original version published in 1985. An explanation of what is perhaps the most important, yet least understood, attribute of God—His holiness. New material added.

The Last Days According to Jesus. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books. Dr. R.C. Sproul points us to passages where Jesus’ teaching has been misread, ridiculed, and dismissed, offering careful exegesis to compare and contrast various eschatological views.

The Reformation Study Bible (NKJV). Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson. Previously published in 1995 under the title The New Geneva Study Bible. This first Reformed Study Bible since the original Geneva Bible of 1560 provides study aids including textual notes, chapter introductions, theological sidebars, and more. Dr. Sproul served as general editor of the project and wrote the notes for the book of James.

1997

Grace Unknown. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books. Republished in 2005 and 2016 under the title What is Reformed Theology? This book shows that the theology of the Protestant Reformers of the 16th century is simply an accurate, systematic summary of the teachings of the Bible.  An easy to read style combined with helpful illustrations teaches the reader the foundations of Reformed Theology and its key points. 

Willing to Believe. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books. This book argues for a return to the biblical doctrine of God’s sovereignty over salvation, giving historical, biblical and logical reasons for rejecting the "free will" position commonly held today.

The Priest with Dirty Clothes. Nashville, TN: Tommy Nelson. Republished in 2011 by Reformation Trust Publishing. R.C. Sproul's second children's book tells the story of a mud-covered priest who can only find cleansing from the Great Prince who offers "new clothes for the heart."

1996

The King Without A Shadow. Elgin, IL: Chariot Publishers. Republished in 2001 by Presbyterian and Reformed Publishers. A book for children highlighting through a simple story of a boy and his dog, the holiness of God.

Now, That’s A Good Question. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers. Adapted from transcripts of the Ask R.C. radio programs, this book provides brief though sound answers to over 300 common questions.  Topics covered include theology, ethics, politics, the Bible, the arts, and more.

The Invisible Hand. Dallas, TX: Word Publishing. Republished in 2003 by Presbyterian and Reformed Publishers. This book examines the doctrine of providence. Using both biblical and personal examples, Dr. Sproul demonstrates that we as Christians can put our complete trust in God who works all things for the good of those who love Him.

Choosing My Religion. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books. Republished in 2005 by Presbyterian and Reformed Publishers. Targeted to teenagers, this short book seeks to answer the question: Are there many paths to God, or only one?

Ultimate Issues. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books. Republished in 2005 by Presbyterian and Reformed Publishers. This book addresses the tough issues facing young adults including the purpose of everything, the value of life, the standard of right and wrong, and how one can be acceptable to God.

Before the Face of God – Book IV. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books and Ligonier Ministries. Adapted from Tabletalk devotionals, this book covers the books of Ephesians, Hebrews and James in a verse by verse fashion. Currently out of print.

1995

The New Geneva Study Bible. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson. This first Reformed Study Bible since the original Geneva Bible of 1560 provides study aids including textual notes, chapter introductions, theological sidebars, and more. Dr. Sproul served as general editor of the project and wrote the notes for the book of James.

Faith Alone. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House. Republished in 2016. This book explores the doctrine of justification by faith alone. Dr. Sproul explains the doctrine, explores the myriad ways that it is being neglected or abandoned and defends it, with Luther, as "the article upon which the church stands or falls."

The Mighty Christ. Ross-shire, (Scotland) Great Britain: Christian Focus Publications: Christian Focus. Republished in 2005 under the title The Unexpected Jesus. An introductory level explanation of what the Bible teaches concerning the person and work of Jesus Christ. Currently out of print.

1994

Not A Chance: The Myth of Chance in Modern Science and Cosmology. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House. Republished in 2014. This book exposes the chance theory of the universe's origin for what it is: a logical absurdity and a scientific impossibility. The book is packed with compelling content and helpful graphics, and can help to defend reasonable faith against unreasonable alternatives.

Ephesians. Ross-shire, (Scotland) Great Britain: Christian Focus Publications. Republished in 2004 under the title The Purpose of God: An Exposition of Ephesians. This commentary looks at the issues raised by Paul as he dealt with the Ephesian church. Verse by verse it explores the powerful message of God's sovereign choice and the importance of the church to the believer.

Before the Face of God – Book III. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books and Ligonier Ministries. Adapted from the 1991 Tabletalk devotionals, this book surveys the Old Testament. With over 250 daily studies, and practical advice for Christian living, this book explores the history of God's people and God's work among us. Currently out of print.

Romans. Ross-shire, (Scotland) Great Britain: Christian Focus Publications. Republished in 1999 under the title The Gospel of God: An Exposition of Romans. A full-length, verse-by-verse commentary on Paul's epistle to the church at Rome.

1993

The Soul’s Quest for God. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers. Republished in 2003 by Presbyterian and Reformed Publishers. All Christians hunger for a deeper knowledge of God. We are, in fact, on a quest, to be conformed to His image. Drawing from Biblical portraits and the giants of church history, this book takes us from the beginning of the quest in regeneration to its fulfillment in heaven when we shall see Him as He is. Currently out of print.

Doubt and Assurance. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books and Ligonier Ministries. Adapted from articles appearing in Tabletalk, this book examines how doubts about the faith assail us, and true assurance uplifts us. Edited by R.C. Sproul, this book includes chapters by Steve Brown, John Gerstner, Roger Nicole, Os Guinness and others. Currently out of print.

Before the Face of God – Book II.  Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books and Ligonier Ministries. Adapted from 1990 Tabletalk devotionals, this book covers the book of Luke in a verse by verse fashion. With 260 daily studies and practical suggestions for living out your faith, this book explores the life of Christ and His Good News. Currently out of print.

1992

Essential Truths of the Christian Faith. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers. Over 100 key theological terms are defined here in brief expositions that simplify without being simplistic. This book will help set the stage for in-depth theological study.

Before the Face of God – Book I. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books and Ligonier Ministries. Adapted from 1989 Tabletalk devotionals, this book covers the book of Romans in a verse by verse fashion, with 233 daily studies and practical suggestions for living out your faith. Currently out of print.

1991

Following Christ. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers. Previously published in 1983-1984 as four smaller books: Who Is Jesus?, Effective Prayer, God’s Will and The Christian, and Ethics and The Christian. This book provides answers from our one firm foundation, Jesus Christ. Republished in 2009 by Reformation Trust Publishing as four separate Crucial Questions booklets: Who Is Jesus?, Does Prayer Change Things?, Can I Know God's Will?, and How Should I Live in This World?

1990

The Mystery of the Holy Spirit. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers. Republished in 2009 by Christian Focus. This book focuses upon the hidden and unseen regenerating work of the Holy Spirit in the life of the believer. While preserving the “mystery” of His work, it brings to light many aspects of the Spirit that are vital for all believers to know and understand.

Abortion – A Rational Look at An Emotional Issue. Colorado Springs, CO: NavPress. Republished by Reformation Trust Publishing in 2010. Abortion is tearing the country in two. In an arena known for inflamed rhetoric, this book carefully and rationally examines the issues in light of natural law, Scriptural law and governmental law. 

The Glory of Christ. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers. Republished in 2003 by Presbyterian and Reformed Publishers Though humbled as a man, the glory of Christ shone forth at strategic points in the life of Christ. From the angels song of "glory to the new born King" to the promise of His return on clouds of glory, Christ leaves us in awe and worship.

1989

Surprised by Suffering. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers. Republished by Reformation Trust in 2009. God promises in His Word that difficult times will come upon us, but He also promises that He allows suffering for our good and His glory, and He will never give us more than we can bear with His help. In this classic book, Dr. Sproul offers solid biblical counsel and comfort for those undergoing suffering and for those who minister to the suffering, counsel that helps believers stand in times of trial with faith in a God who is both loving and good.

1988

Pleasing God. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers. Republished by David C. Cook in 2012. In this book, Dr. Sproul delivers an in-depth look at God’s plan and pathway for spiritual maturity. Clearing away the confusion of religion and dogma, he reveals how every believer can experience authentic, lasting life change through a relationship with God.

1987

One Holy Passion. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson. Republished by Servant in 1995 under the title The Character of God, by Regal in 2003, and by Regal in 2008 under the title  Discovering the God Who Is. The believer's quest to know God the Father is the basis of this study of His biblically revealed attributes and characteristics.

1986

Lifeviews. Grand Rapids, MI: Fleming H. Revell, A Division of Baker Book House. A guide for understanding the prevailing attitudes and ideas that shape our culture.

Chosen by God. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers. The classical reformed doctrine of God's electing grace is discussed in its biblical and philosophical context.

1985

The Holiness of God. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers. An explanation of the definition and importance of what is perhaps God's least understood attribute—His holiness.

1984

Effective Prayer. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers. Republished in 1991 by Tyndale House as part of Following Christ. Later republished in 2009 by Reformation Trust under the title Does Prayer Change Things? This short book is an introduction to the biblical doctrine concerning prayer, its purpose, practice, and power.

God’s Will and the Christian. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers. Republished in 1991 by Tyndale House as part of Following Christ. Later republished in 2009 by Reformation Trust under the title Can I Know God's Will? This short book helps those who are seeking to discover God's will for their life, with a specific focus on issues such as careers and spouses.

Classical Apologetics. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan. A rational defense of the Christian faith and a critique of presuppositional apologetics.

1983

In Search of Dignity. Ventura, CA: Regal Books. Republished in 1991 under the title The Hunger for Significance and in 2001 by Presbyterian and Reformed Publishers. Explores the meaning and importance of dignity in the life of everyone.

Ethics and the Christian. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers. Republished in 1991 by Tyndale House as part of Following Christ. Later republished in 2009 by Reformation Trust under the title How Should I Live in This World? This short book is an introduction to the subject of Christian ethics.

Who Is Jesus? Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers. Republished in 1991 by Tyndale House as part of Following Christ. Later republished in 2009 by Reformation Trust. This short book examines what the Bible teaches about the person of Jesus Christ.

1980

Stronger Than Steel: The Wayne Alderson Story. San Francisco, CA: Harper and Row. The story of the life and work of Wayne Alderson, the man who defused a potentially explosive strike at a Pennsylvania steel foundry, thereby providing a model for future peaceful negotiations between workers and management. Currently out of print.

Explaining Inerrancy: A Commentary. Oakland, CA: International Council on Biblical Inerrancy. Republished in 1996 by Ligonier Ministries under the title Explaining Inerrancy and in 2009 by Reformation Trust Publishing under the title Can I Trust the Bible? R.C. Sproul's commentary on the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy. Includes the commentary as well as the text of the statement itself.

1978

Objections Answered. Ventura, CA: Gospel Light – Regal Books. Republished in 1982 and 2016 by Zondervan under the title Reason to Believe. R.C. Sproul answers the most common questions and objections raised by skeptics to the truths of the Christian faith.

Knowing Scripture. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press. Expanded edition republished in 2016 by InterVarsity Press. R.C. Sproul presents in simple, basic terms a commonsense approach to studying Scripture and gives eleven practical guidelines for biblical interpretation and applying what we learn.

1976

Soli Deo Gloria, Editor. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company. A Festschrift for Dr. John H. Gerstner edited by R.C. Sproul. It includes articles by Cornelius Van Til, J. I. Packer, John Murray, John Warwick Montgomery, and Roger Nicole, among others. Currently out of print.

1975

God's Inerrant Word. Minneapolis, MN: Bethany Fellowship. R.C. Sproul convener. Currently out of print.

Discovering the Intimate Marriage. Minneapolis, MN: Bethany Fellowship. Republished in 1986 by Tyndale House under the title The Intimate Marriage and in 2003 by Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing. A Christian understanding of marriage with special emphasis on the meaning of intimacy.

1974

The Psychology of Atheism. Minneapolis, MN: Bethany Fellowship. Republished in 1988 by Tyndale House under the title If There's a God, Why Are There Atheists? Why Atheists Believe in Unbelief, in 1997 by Ligonier Ministries, and in 2018 by Chrstian Focus. Analysis of why men reject the God of the Bible in favor of lesser deities.

1973

The Symbol: An Exposition of the Apostles' Creed. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company. Republished in 1982 by Zondervan under the title Basic Training, in 1998 by Baker under the title Renewing Your Mind, and in 2015 by Baker under the title What We Believe. An exposition of the Apostles' Creed.