• One in Essence Media Resource by

    The oneness of God is so central to the religious life of His people that the book of Deuteronomy commands it to be taught to their children on a daily basis. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul discusses the truth that our God is one in essence. View Resource

  • Incommunicable Attributes Media Resource by

    When we study the doctrine of God, one of the most important things we’re concerned with is an understanding of His attributes. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul distinguishes between the communicable and the incommunicable attributes of God and the practical ramifications they have for our lives. View Resource

  • Three in Person Media Resource by

    Many argue the doctrine of the Trinity is a contradiction and that Christians worship three gods instead of one. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul demonstrates that, while the doctrine of the Trinity is mysterious, it is by no means contradictory View Resource

  • Communicable Attributes Media Resource by

    God’s communicable attributes are those characteristics that He shares with His creation. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul explores the attributes of God and explains their importance for godly living. View Resource

  • The Will of God Media Resource by

    Many obedient Christians earnestly wonder what God’s will is for their lives. However, when we discuss the will of God, we need to make a distinction between God’s revealed will and God’s hidden will. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul explores these distinctions and explains how to apply them according to His Word. View Resource

  • Creation Ex Nihilo Media Resource by

    God created all things ex nihilo, “out of nothing.” By the command of His word, all things came into being. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul introduces the Christian doctrine of creation and shows how it is different from secular and atheistic views of creation. View Resource

  • Providence Media Resource by

    The secular mind-set says that God is a spectator in heaven with no control over what happens on earth. Yet Christians have always had an acute sense that this is our Father’s world and that the affairs of men and nations are in His hands. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul highlights that God is actively involved in preserving His creation, even working His will through our intentional decisions. View Resource

  • Angels & Demons Media Resource by

    Modern man is critical of anything supernatural, but belief in angels and demons is an important part of the Christian faith. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul uses Scripture to explain the role of ministering spirits and the reality of Satan and demons. View Resource

  • The Baptism of the Holy Spirit Media Resource by

    Have you been asked, “Are you baptized in the Holy Spirit?” What does that mean? In this lesson, Dr. Sproul discusses “the baptism of the Holy Spirit,” as well as the related phenomenon of speaking in tongues and the false distinction between conversion and baptism in the Spirit. View Resource

  • Common Grace Media Resource by

    According to the classic definition, grace is unmerited or unearned favor. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul builds on this understanding and makes the important distinction between common (universal) grace and special (salvific) grace. View Resource

  • The Creation of Man Media Resource by

    Various theories of evolution and humanism have changed culture’s understanding of man’s origin and being. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul defines human beings in terms of their dignity as creatures made in the image of God. View Resource

  • Election & Reprobation Media Resource by

    When trying to understand God’s decrees, believers come face-to-face with the difficult doctrine of predestination. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul explores many of the challenging questions that arise when we consider the relationship between salvation and the sovereign decrees of God. View Resource

  • The Nature of Sin Media Resource by

    The full measure of sin and its effects in the world are often overlooked, but the Christian doctrine of sin sees the vastness of the problem and takes it very seriously. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul describes the impact of the fall in nature, in our relationship with God, and in our relationships with others. View Resource

  • Aesthetics in Recent History Media Resource by

    Throughout history, various art forms have developed in every culture, yet as Christians, we don’t normally associate the concepts of beauty and art to God. Yet the Christian church has produced some of the finest artists in the world. Beginning this series entitled Recovering the Beauty of the Arts, Dr. Sproul considers the significance of Christian aesthetics in history, as well as what the Bible has to say about the nature and beauty of art in its many forms. View Resource

  • Architecture Media Resource by

    What message do our churches communicate today? What are our buildings saying? Walls, doors, windows, and whatever else that is incorporated into the design of a building, communicate something. Why does all of this matter to the Christian? In this message, Dr. Sproul explains the relationship between architecture and theology. View Resource