• Why Did Christ Die? Media Resource by

    Though some consider the notion of substitutionary atonement to be barbaric, it is the only view of the atonement that fully satisfies the demands of God’s justice. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul lays out the significance of Christ’s death as a substitution and maintains that rejecting the doctrine of penal substitutionary atonement is paramount to rejecting Scripture itself. View Resource

  • The Extent of the Atonement Media Resource by

    The most controversial issue in any discussion of Christ’s work as our Savior is the extent of Christ’s atonement. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul discusses the subject of limited atonement, also known as definite atonement, in addressing the question, For whom did Christ die? View Resource

  • Original Sin Media Resource by

    The extent and scope of the nature of sin leads to the question of original sin. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul discusses the concept and consequence of the first sin and the controversy surrounding this doctrine. View Resource

  • Sanctification Media Resource by

    When someone has been justified by faith in Christ, the transformative work of sanctification begins. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul discusses the path of sanctification in the Christian life and the impact that it has for believers’ growth in grace. View Resource

  • Transmission of Sin Media Resource by

    The connection between Adam’s sin and the sins of humanity is explained in the doctrine of the transmission of a sin nature. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul compares the transmission of Adam’s sin and the transfer of Christ’s righteousness as the second Adam. View Resource

  • The Christ of the Bible Media Resource by

    Christology, the doctrine of the person and work of Christ, is foundational for Christian theology. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul paints a picture of the complexities and greatness of Christ as proclaimed from Genesis to Revelation. View Resource

  • The Covenants Media Resource by

    In Scripture, God relates to His people according to covenant. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul outlines the three major covenants that serve as the framework of Scripture. View Resource

  • The Names of Christ Media Resource by

    The different titles of Christ in history are descriptive of His character and nature. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul examines the prominent names of Christ found in the New Testament. View Resource

  • The Christ of the Creeds Media Resource by

    The early church faced much controversy over the doctrine of Christ. The councils of Nicaea and Chalcedon both aimed to clarify the biblical teaching on Christ’s person. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul walks through the controversies over Christ’s person and describes Him as both truly God and truly man. View Resource

  • The Offices of Christ Media Resource by

    The offices of Christ are connected to Christ’s role as mediator. In God’s plan for redemption, Christ serves a threefold office called the munus triplex. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul explains how Christ fulfills the Old Testament offices as our Prophet, Priest, and King. View Resource

  • The Church: One & Holy Media Resource by

    The qualities of the church are reflected in the New Testament imagery of the church as one body and a building with one sure foundation. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul explains the unity and diversity within the one church. View Resource

  • Saving Faith Media Resource by

    What is saving faith? This question received a deserved amount of attention at the time of the Reformation, and it should receive just as much attention from us today. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul examines the three ingredients of saving faith asserted by the Reformers. View Resource

  • The States of Christ Media Resource by

    The states of Christ refer to Christ’s role or activity at various times throughout His life and existence. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul covers the states of Christ all the way from His preincarnate existence to His final return. View Resource

  • Effectual Calling Media Resource by

    What is it that God does when He intervenes in a person’s life to bring them to faith? In this lesson, Dr. Sproul addresses this important question as he distinguishes between the views of monergism and synergism. Is it God alone who changes the heart of the sinner, or does this change of heart rest also on the willingness of the sinner? View Resource

  • Justification by Faith Alone Media Resource by

    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