• The Gospel of the Kingdom Media Resource by

    Romans 1:1

    What does the word gospel mean? The fact of the matter is, the word gospel can legitimately be used in a number of ways. Dr. Sproul helps us understand the meaning of the word gospel and the good news it has for all who believe, and defines some terms as we search for the biblical answer to the question: What is the Gospel? View Resource

  • Meaning of the Gospel (Part 2) Media Resource by

    Romans 1:1

    When was the last time you shared your testimony with someone? When was the last time you actually shared the gospel? In this message, Dr. Sproul continues to give us the “Meaning of the Gospel” as he explains the difference between our testimony and the gospel, and the value of both. View Resource

  • The Gospel of God Media Resource by

    Romans 1:1-2

    In history, the church of Jesus Christ experienced disunity as the good news of the gospel was becoming eclipsed right before the eyes of the people of God. Old alliances were crumbling as darkness crept across the land. When was this dark-age in church history? What was it that threatened the gospel and church unity? In this message, Dr. Sproul thinks about “The Gospel of God,” as he helps us remain faithful to the central message of the church. View Resource

  • The Advent of Christ Media Resource by

    Romans 1:1-6

    In “The Advent of Christ,” Dr. Sproul spans the Scriptures tracing the lineage of the seed of the woman from the Garden all the way to Bethlehem, explaining the nature of promises and the One who gave them. View Resource

  • Articulating a Biblical Worldview Media Resource by

    Romans 1

    In the previous lesson, we looked at ways in which Christians should not react to the hostility of modern culture. In this lesson, we will see what Christians should do. They must first understand the opposition’s worldview (a major goal of this series), and then they must clearly affirm the superiority of the Christian worldview with its twoist view of reality. 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

  • Being Faithful Media Resource by

    Romans 1:14-17

    Every moment of every day Christians are to consistently live according to the faith given them. The Bible calls this faithfulness. By all counts this should be a dominant character trait of the Christian. But is it? Where does faithfulness rank on your personal priority list of self-improvements? In this message, Dr. Sproul explores an under practiced dimension of the Christian life as he considers “Being Faithful.” View Resource

  • Power to Save Media Resource by

    Romans 1:14-17

    God has entrusted the church with the responsibility to spread the gospel. But how do we convince people that the gospel is good news? How can we make it more attractive so people will want to accept Jesus? In this message, Dr. Sproul explains where the true power of the gospel lies, and who needs to hear it. View Resource

  • Justification by Faith Alone Media Resource by

    Romans 1:16-17

    The doctrine of justification by faith is so significant that it provoked the Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul defines justification and its necessary components. View Resource

  • Tower Experience Media Resource by

    Romans 1:16-17

    The individualistic, global societies created and propelled by sin operate under the assumption that the fortunes and failures of life result strictly from the decisions and actions of the individual. Human beings are autonomous creatures and independent entities unto themselves. Hence, the notion of imputed righteousness (the application of a foreign righteousness on another) struggles against the grain. Yet, the nature of reality foils this principle at every turn. In each stage of life, we experience the effects of others’ actions on our lives in permanent and uncontrollable ways, just as we impose similar effects. In this lesson, Martin Luther … View Resource

  • Exchanging the Truth for a Lie Media Resource by

    Romans 1:16-32

    Not everyone has heard the gospel. Not everyone has had a chance to read the Bible for themselves. Not everyone was born in a Christian home with the opportunity to go to church. That being true, how can God judge the unbeliever? In this message entitled “Exchanging the Truth for a Lie,” Dr. Sproul looks at these questions as he teaches us about the universal witness of God’s existence that has been made to all people. View Resource

  • Love God? Sometimes I Hate Him!” Media Resource by

    Romans 1:17

    Perhaps no one was more disturbed by his guilt than Martin Luther. As a monk, he’d spend hours confessing seemingly trivial sins. Many people today think of Luther as a morbid figure—or even insane. But Luther saw something others didn’t: the holiness of God and the perfection of His law. In this message, Dr. Sproul tells Luther’s story and how he finally found peace in the gospel. View Resource

  • Luther’s Discovery Media Resource by

    Romans 1:17

    There are those who try to uphold the law of God perfectly, only to find themselves frustrated and despairing. The sixteenth century reformer Martin Luther found himself in such a place, but by the grace of God, he found something else. Dr. Sproul explains what that was in “Luther’s Discovery.” View Resource

  • Martin Luther (Part 1) Media Resource by

    Romans 1:17

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  • The Ninety-Five Theses Media Resource by

    Romans 1:17

    Martin Luther’s discovery of the imputation of Christ’s righteousness to the believer changed everything. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul explains how this discovery was a precursor to the Reformation. View Resource