• Believes & Hopes Media Resource by

    1 Corinthians 13:7

    Does biblical love require us to be naïve? Is it truly virtuous to believe all things? How much trust is too much? In “Believes and Hopes,” Dr. Sproul explores two more facets of love as he helps us understand more about the nature of biblical love and its requirements. View Resource

  • Never Fails Media Resource by

    1 Corinthians 13:8-10

    All good things must come to an end.” You may have heard that misinformed worldly wisdom before. Fortunately, it is simply not true. In this message, Dr. Sproul considers the eternal nature of biblical love as he reminds us again from the Scriptures that love “Never Fails.” View Resource

  • Growing to Maturity Media Resource by

    1 Corinthians 13:8-11

    It was Jesus Himself who said that we must become like little children to enter the Kingdom of heaven. But we find in Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians that we are to leave childish ways behind us. How does a Christian maintain a childlike faith, and at the same time, grow to maturity? Showing the harmony of these two biblical injunctions, Dr. Sproul explains how to maintain a childlike faith as we are growing to maturity. View Resource

  • Growing Up in Love Media Resource by

    1 Corinthians 13:11-13

    How can a child leave childish ways behind and remain a child? Scripture says it can be done. In this message, Dr. Sproul explains what it means to put away childish things as we are “Growing Up in Love.” View Resource

  • Grow UP! Media Resource by

    1 Corinthians 14:20

    Have you ever heard in the Christian community the idea that Christians are to have a child-like faith? We want Christian education to be “user friendly.” This kind of thinking is absolutely devastating to both the life of a church and to the life of a Christian. In “Grow UP,” Dr. Sproul addresses the differences between a “child-like faith” and a “childish faith.” View Resource

  • The Authors of the Canon Media Resource by

    1 Corinthians 14:37

    Having made a thorough case for an early and gradual process of canon formation, Dr. Kruger now turns his attention to the authorship of the New Testament. In this lecture, he will examine and critique a misconception about New Testament authorship that is rampant in both Christian and secular circles. As Dr. Kruger points out, a correct understanding of the intention of the authors of the New Testament can help us avoid common and deadly errors in our approach to God’s Word. View Resource

  • The Two Ages Media Resource by

    1 Corinthians 15:1-11

    In our last message, we witnessed Paul’s glorious conversion to and call from the Savior. At this time, Paul received the charge to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ. In the remainder of our studies, we will focus on that message in detail. In this lesson, after giving us an introduction to the gospel Paul preached, Dr. Waters shows how we must view it as necessarily rooted in history or in terms of the “Two Ages” connected to it. We learn of the present age and the age to come in Christ. As believers, we live in the overlap of … View Resource

  • The Resurrection Media Resource by

    1 Corinthians 15

    For the Christian, the soul lives on in heaven after death until it is reunited with the body at the second coming of Christ. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul teaches the future hope of the resurrection of the body for the Christian and the nature of our glorified resurrected bodies. View Resource

  • The Resurrection of Christ Media Resource by

    1 Corinthians 15:12-19

    We live in a world filled with sickness, pain, and the inevitable—death. Because of this, we are continually looking for ways to comfort and ease the suffering. Along with the Christian faith, there are other worldviews and religions that teach charity to our fellow man; performing acts of mercy to those who are poor, sick, and suffering. In that regard, the Christian faith shares much in common with the world. Yet the inevitable remains. So what is it that the Christian faith has to offer to a dying world? View Resource

  • Dying in Faith Media Resource by

    1 Corinthians 15:12-20

    As common as death is in our world, it remains shrouded in mystery. We are perplexed when we see a lifeless empty vessel that was once a living/breathing human being. Where has he or she gone? Where are the thoughts, dreams, and hopes that once filled the heart of this unique soul? Can it be possible that a person can be and then, in an instant, not be? Is death the end? Is life after death merely a hope that follows us to the grave never to be loosed from its grip? In this message, Dr. Sproul considers these questions … View Resource

  • The Resurrection of Christ Media Resource by

    1 Corinthians 15:12-20

    How can Christians be so confident that there is life after death? What gives us such assurance? The Apostle Paul makes it perfectly clear for those who have any doubt. In this message entitled “The Resurrection of Christ,” Dr. Sproul explains the greatest hope for those who have placed their faith in Christ. View Resource

  • Resurrection and Justification Media Resource by

    1 Corinthians 15:16-19

    The resurrection of Jesus is a key topic in the realm of apologetics, but what is the importance of the resurrection to the gospel message? What does Jesus’ resurrection have to do with our justification? Thinking of these questions in this message, Dr. Sproul explains the relationship between the resurrection of Jesus and the justification of sinners. View Resource

  • The Resurrection of Christ Media Resource by

    1 Corinthians 15:17

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  • The Christ of the Covenant Media Resource by

    1 Corinthians 15:20-26

    Jesus lived and died on our behalf in order to secure the blessings of the covenant once and for all. In this lecture, Dr. Sproul explains how Christ Jesus fully completed the covenant for our benefit, and encourages us to anticipate with hope that final day in which we will be raised to eternal life. View Resource

  • Resurrection Media Resource by

    1 Corinthians 15:20-27

    The Jewish and Roman leaders probably breathed a sigh of relief after Jesus died on the cross. They were finally rid of this man who had exposed their evil and hypocrisy. Or so they thought. In this lecture, Dr. R.C. Sproul looks at the redemptive significance of the resurrection of Jesus, explaining how it is at the very core of the Christian faith. View Resource