Ligonier Blog / Sunday / February 25 / 2018


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  • Abraham’s Great Act of Faith

    from R.C. Sproul Jul 23, 2016 Category: Articles

    Apart from Christ's obedient sacrifice, probably the greatest act of faith in fear and trembling recorded in all of Scripture is the obedient response of Abraham when God commanded him to sacrifice his son Isaac. Keep Reading
  • Announcing Our 2016 Regional Conference in Mexico City

    from R.C. Sproul Jul 21, 2016 Category: Events

    Ligonier Ministries invites you to join us in Mexico City on September 30–October 1, 2016, for a special conference dedicated to helping believers understand the doctrine of Scripture. Our featured speakers will be Edgar Gonzalez, Stephen Nichols, Burk Parsons, and R.C. Sproul Jr. God willing, I will also be joining by video. Keep Reading
  • Announcing Our 2016 Fall Conference at Reformation Bible College

    from R.C. Sproul Jul 19, 2016 Category: Events

    On September 16-17, 2016, we invite you to join Ligonier Ministries in Sanford, FL, for our fall conference "The Dawn of the Reformation." Drs. Al Mohler, Steve Nichols, R.C. Sproul, Jr., and I will be present to explore the lessons of the Reformation and their continual relevance for today. Keep Reading
  • Regeneration: The Most Significant Beginning

    from R.C. Sproul Jun 18, 2016 Category: Articles

    Regeneration is the first step in the total experience of redemption that God takes us through. When people say that they’re born again, they often think that their rebirth is the same thing as their new life. After all, the New Testament says that the person who is in Christ is a new creature: "Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come" (2 Cor. 5:17). The fact that someone is a new person, a new creation, means that he has a new life, but his new life is not the same thing as his new birth. Rather, his new life is the result of his new birth, in the same way that each day of his life is the result of his physical birth. Each of us has a birthday each year, but we are not born each year. Birth happens once, and it indicates the beginning of one's existence as a person in this world. So we make a distinction between the beginning and the life that flows out of that beginning, both in terms of natural (physical) birth and with regard to supernatural (spiritual) birth, which is what we're describing by the term regeneration. Keep Reading
  • How Can I Prevent My Christian Growth from Becoming Stagnant?

    from R.C. Sproul Jun 11, 2016 Category: Articles

    There's only one absolute way I know of to keep your Christian growth from becoming stagnant, and that is to die. The only time Christian growth stops altogether is at death. Keep Reading