• The Consequences of Justification Media Resource by

    Justification by faith gives us peace with, access to, and hope in a holy God. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul continues his study of justification in Paul’s letter to the Romans by introducing the results of justification in the life of the believer. View Resource

  • Paul’s Letter to the Romans Media Resource by

    Paul gives his most exhaustive treatment of the doctrine of justification by faith in his letter to the Romans. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul takes us through the most important passages of Romans and expands on the theological concepts contained within the doctrine of justification. View Resource

  • If There Is a God, Why Are There Atheists? Media Resource by

    Romans 1

    In discussions with unbelievers, have you ever heard someone describe religion as a “crutch”? Many atheists say that people believe in God not because He exists but because faith makes life’s struggles easier to bear. In this message, Dr. Sproul turns the tables on this argument, exposing atheists’ vested interest in rejecting God. View Resource

  • The Power of God Media Resource by

    Romans 1

    The gospel is the power of God for salvation, and we should seek to present it in our apologetic encounters (Rom. 1:16–17). In this session, Dr. Derek Thomas provides an outline of the basic gospel message and reminds attendees that our goal in apologetics is not to display our own intellectual acumen but to proclaim the gospel clearly and boldly. View Resource

  • All Christians Believe in Predestination Media Resource by

    Romans 9

    The Bible clearly teaches that only the grace of God can save us from spiritual death. But why did God choose to save some and not others? Isn’t that unfair? In this message, Dr. Sproul looks at some of the misconceptions and caricatures of the doctrine of predestination. He explains why Christians should not only embrace this doctrine but rejoice in it. View Resource