• United in the Truth Media Resource by

    How can churches disagree doctrinally and still have unity with one another? Is such an idea even possible? Are there doctrines that we can disagree on without compromising the unity of the church, and more importantly, which ones? In this message, Dr. Sproul explains how churches can disagree doctrinally and still have unity with one another, and also discusses some of the causes that have left the church splintered, and how we can become “United in Truth.” View Resource

  • The Marks of a True Church Media Resource by

    What are the marks of a true church? Does the amount of problems found in a church justify leaving? When is it really time to say good-bye to our church? And when we do leave, what qualifications do we look for in the next church? In “The Marks of a True Church,” Dr. Sproul gives us some objective standards to measure a church, and looks at not only when we may leave, but when we must. View Resource

  • Questions and Answers Media Resource by

    To finish this series, Dr. Sproul is joined by his son Dr. RC Sproul Jr. to discuss some of the pressing issues that affect the church today. Topics include liberal pastors, church discipline, felt need preaching, and the final destiny of the church. View Resource

  • Servants of the Lord Media Resource by

    The Bible says that Christians are bought with a price, and they are not their own. They belong to the Lord who bought them. That makes all Christians the property of Lord Jesus. So how are we trespassing on that property? In what ways do we violate that which belongs to the Lord? Reminding us who we belong to, and how we are to live in light of that fact, Dr. Sproul explains how we are to treat not only those in the church, but those who aren’t, in “Servants of the Lord.” View Resource

  • Classical/Biblical Worldview Media Resource by

    Whether you realize it or not, you have a worldview—a system by which you measure life’s critical questions: Does God exist? What is His nature and relationship to the world? How should I live in this world? etc. Only the biblical worldview can reasonably and satisfactorily answer these questions. Still everyday opposing worldviews compete for a place in your thinking. Starting this new series, Dr. Sproul begins by showing us how Western thought moved from a predominantly biblical worldview to our current secularized situation. View Resource

  • Age of Reason/Enlightenment Media Resource by

    Continuing to look at the Battle for Our Minds, Dr. Sproul looks at deism and the road deists paved which has led to the world where we now live. As he looks at the major shift that took place which moved Western thought from a biblical worldview to our current state of affairs, he helps us understand the impact of deism as it emerged from the “Age of Reason and Enlightenment.” View Resource

  • Secularism Media Resource by

    How do we solve our ethical problems that are so closely tied to religion in the secular arena? In this concluding message of the series Battle for Our Minds, Dr. Sproul traces the effects of the Enlightenment to our very day, as he looks at how our lives are affected as we live in the midst of secularism. View Resource

  • Angels (Part 1) Media Resource by

    What are angels? Is their existence something to be regarded as myth? Are they some kind of heavenly heroes we’ve conjured up in our minds? What does the Bible say? If angels really do exist, perhaps there is some kind of natural explanation for them. There is, but you need not abandon your belief in the supernatural. In this message, Dr. Sproul considers all of this as he looks at the topic of “Angels.” View Resource

  • Angels (Part 2) Media Resource by

    There are many questions we all have about angels: What exactly is an angel and where does it rank in the created order? What earthly purposes do these heavenly beings have? What are they doing right now and what were they doing before the world began? In part 2 of “Angels,” Dr. Sproul answers these questions as he looks at a day in the life of Elisha, the man of God, and his encounter with the heavenly hosts in 2 Kings, chapter six. View Resource

  • What About Those Who Demand Their Rights? Media Resource by

    What exactly do people mean when they say every woman has a right to her own body? The abortion issue seems to be the flagship of the woman’s rights movement. How often do you hear that a woman has the right to her own body as the primary concern whenever the issue of abortion is mentioned? Certainly a woman’s control of her own body must be considered. But is the woman’s body the only body under consideration? View Resource

  • What Is Your Verdict? Media Resource by

    The evidence has been presented. The arguments have been made. Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, have you reached a verdict? View Resource

  • When Does Life Begin? Media Resource by

    Pivotal to the Roe versus Wade decision was the question of whether a fetus is a real person who possesses certain inalienable rights that are protected under the U. S. Constitution. Since that decision made more than 45 years ago, over 50 million fetuses have not enjoyed those rights. What qualifies you to be human? Who gives you the right to call yourself a living human person? God? The Church? Or should it be the state? View Resource

  • How Sacred Is Human Life? Media Resource by

    Emanuel Kant said that the sacredness of life was self-evident. The framers of the Declaration of Independence shared his conviction as they wrote, “We hold these truths to be self-evident …” Now, things that are self-evident theoretically need no explanation, but we find ourselves in a day where “these truths” are being contested. Terms such as “actual” life and “potential” life are used to draw lines between those who are protected by law and those who are not. View Resource

  • What Are the Key Issues? Media Resource by

    On January 22, 1973, a decision came from the courts of the United States that legalized abortion on demand. Since then, this country has been split over the legitimacy of the Roe v. Wade decision. Is abortion murder? Is a fetus a person? What about women’s rights? What are the key issues? View Resource

  • Eternal Punishment Media Resource by

    The doctrine of hell is an unpopular teaching today, but that doesn’t change the fact that it is still a biblical teaching. We serve a holy God, and His just demands will not allow sin to go unpunished. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul defends the doctrine of hell as a just penalty for sin, a penalty that we all deserve apart from Christ. View Resource