• It’s All about Me Media Resource by

    Narcissism and egotism take our eyes off of the Lord and put them on us, but in so doing, they actually lower our understanding of ourselves, because we are made in the image of God. Without an understanding of God’s image in humanity—without a right focus on the Lord as our highest end—human beings are degraded, and all manner of destruction ensues. Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. explains how a right view of the self, enlightened by God’s Word, leads to blessedness, and he will direct us away from wrong views of ourselves to a right view—as creatures made in His … View Resource

  • Questions and Answers #2 Media Resource by , , , ,

    Kevin DeYoung, W. Robert Godfrey, Stephen Nichols, R.C. Sproul, and R.C. Sproul Jr. answer questions on topics such as modern advancements in medical technology, children who die in infancy, what Heaven will be like, and more. Questions: Considering that Coptic Christians believe Jesus had only one nature (monophysites), can we consider them Christians? (00:30) With all of the advancements in medical care in helping to keep people alive, what is the Christian’s responsibility in accepting these medical advances? Can a Christian say no to medical treatment or do we have the responsibility to seek any and all treatment available? … View Resource

  • The Difficulty Today Media Resource by , , , ,

    Believing in the inerrancy of Scripture can bring difficulties. Often, church members are unable to explain why they believe the Bible is inerrant to questioning non-Christians. Or, a pastor is unsure as to how to deal with a difficult passage. In addition, issues related to canon, manuscripts, and translations can be difficult for people to understand. This moderated session includes answers from several experienced pastors on how they’ve dealt with difficulties like these over the years. View Resource

  • Shibboleth? Media Resource by

    The history of the church is the history of the good work of creeds, declarations designed to instruct the sheep while keeping out the wolves. Wolves, like their father the devil, however, are crafty. They slither under, around, over the fences we build, reciting our creeds while gutting them of their meaning. While the doctrine of inerrancy and the vigorous defense of same has served the church well, in our day many confess to believing in inerrancy, while refusing to submit to the plain teaching and abiding authority of God’s Word. In this message, Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. considers both … View Resource

  • Christ and Him Ascended Media Resource by

    When the Son of Man ascended to the Ancient of Days, He was seated at God’s right hand and given all authority in heaven and earth. In this session, Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. will explain the significance of the ascension of Christ, explaining how Christ has been exalted. He will explore what it means to confess that Christ is now putting all enemies under His feet. View Resource

  • Questions and Answers Media Resource by , , , , ,

    Gregory Beale, Michael Morales, Stephen Nichols, R.C. Sproul, R.C. Sproul Jr., and Derek Thomas answer questions ranging from Jesus’ baptism, the atonement, and church history, to their favorite books of the Bible, and the theology of N.T. Wright. Questions: Why was it necessary for Christ to be baptized? (1:17) Derek Thomas, before you ran out of time in your message, what was going to be your third proof point for the resurrection? (3:19) After Christ accomplished his atonement, when and how, according to God’s moral justice, did the Father’s disposition toward the Son change from unmitigated wrath to redemptive … View Resource

  • Questions and Answers Media Resource by , , ,

    Stephen Meyer, Albert Mohler, R.C. Sproul, and R.C. Sproul Jr. answer questions ranging from marriage and abortion, to intelligent design and assurance. Questions: How can I best share the gospel in the work place? (1:03) As a Christian, how do I submit to my husband, who is no longer a believer? (10:14) Dr. Meyer, is intelligent design simply the twenty-first century version of creationism renamed and repackaged from the 70s and 80s? (14:45) What is the future for denominations that remain silent on the issue of gay “marriage”? (19:35) For those of us who have family members who are … View Resource

  • Big Brother Is Watching You Media Resource by

    In a post-Christian world, people who have rejected God often make an idol of the state, and the state often encourages such dependence. The twentieth century witnessed the rise of a particularly despotic form of statism in countries from China to Russia to Germany. What dangers do we face when the state attempts to replace God? In this session, Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. discusses the dangers of statism and the way Christians should respond when they find themselves in a nation where statism has gained ascendancy. View Resource

  • OPTIONAL SESSION: Suffering and The Sovereignty of God Media Resource by

    All people experience suffering and sorrow, yet our responses to suffering often vary widely. As we grapple with the hardships and sorrows that accompany life in this fallen world, it is crucial that we build our understanding of human suffering and divine sovereignty on the firm foundation of Scripture. In this session Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. shares poignant stories from his own life as he presents important scriptural teachings about God’s role in human suffering. View Resource

  • War of the Worldviews Media Resource by

    In the 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz, a tornado carries Dorothy and Toto to a faraway land. When they arrive, Dorothy says, “Toto, I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.” Many Christians feel the same sense of unease about the culture in which they now find themselves. Non-Christian ideologies and philosophies are now the norm. In this session, Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. seeks to equip the church to intelligently engage this brave new world. View Resource

  • Questions and Answers #2 Media Resource by , , , ,

    Voddie Baucham, Stephen Nichols, R.C. Sproul, R.C. Sproul Jr., and Derek Thomas answer questions ranging from how God views the elect before they are saved, defining a Reformed view of speaking in tongues, and how to know if we’ve truly “repented enough.” Questions: Athanasius confronted the issue of the deity of Christ. What is the strongest enemy the church faces today? (00:10) If God wants us to spend all eternity with Him, why didn’t He just put us with Him from the beginning? (08:43) How do we deal with knowing some of our loved ones may be headed to … View Resource

  • War of the Worldviews Media Resource by

    In the 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz, a tornado carries Dorothy and Toto to a faraway land. When they arrive, Dorothy says, “Toto, I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.” Many Christians feel the same sense of unease about the culture in which they now find themselves. Non-Christian ideologies and philosophies are now the norm. In this session, Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. seeks to equip the church to intelligently engage this brave new world. View Resource

  • OPTIONAL SESSION: Suffering & the Sovereignty of God Q&A Media Resource by

    In this session, Lee Webb and R.C. Sproul Jr. address questions from students enrolled in the Ligonier Connect course based upon Dr. Sproul’s teaching series Suffering and The Sovereignty of God. View Resource

  • Questions and Answers Media Resource by , , ,

    Sinclair Ferguson, Nathan Clark George, Andrew Peterson, and R.C. Sproul Jr. answer a variety of questions dealing with the responses of evangelical churches and colleges to the arts of drama and literature; how to distinguish between good art and bad art; how parents discuss the dangers of a worldly culture without quenching their child’s wonder, and how we understand God’s immutability. Questions: In relation to Jesus growing in wisdom and stature, how do we understand the immutability of God’s nature? (00:01) Why is there is a discomfort—even a fear—of art, drama, and literature among many evangelical churches, … View Resource

  • Portrait of an Artist as the Son of Man Media Resource by

    Beauty is the goal even of our Savior’s work in redemption, for He is working to present His bride—the church—to Himself without spot and wrinkle. In this session, Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. will look at the scope of the Savior’s work in bringing beauty to the world through recreating all things, undoing the damage of the fall, and beautifying His bride, all of which is work He does as the Son to honor His Father. View Resource