• Names of Jesus Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    In a day when Jesus’ identity and mission are often misunderstood, this series can help Christians grasp and communicate a clear picture of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. View Resource

  • The Messiah is Born Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    Two thousand years ago, the birth of a baby boy in the tiny city of Bethlehem changed the course of world history. However, though many people can recount the circumstances surrounding the birth of Jesus, fewer understand the true significance of the birth of the Messiah. In this series, R.C. Sproul examines various themes that we must consider when we look at the first advent of Christ. Dr. Sproul discusses Mary’s role in the nativity and the necessity of Christ’s birth for our redemption, reminding us that the glory of God seen in the birth of Jesus will be seen … View Resource

  • The Christmas Story Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    How many times have you heard the Christmas story? To those who have no regard for the Christ and God’s plan of redemption, the story of a young virgin and her husband traveling to Bethlehem and giving birth to the Son of God gets old and loses its luster. But for those who are Christians, this story is life. If there was ever a story to tell forever, this is the one. In this message, Dr. Sproul reminds us why we celebrate Christmas. View Resource

  • The Majesty of Christ Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    Get a deeper understanding of Christ’s character with The Majesty of Christ, and you’ll be able to follow more closely His leading in your life. This series is a fascinating study of Christ’s biblical names and the character traits each name reveals. Learn the aspects of Christ’s identity revealed by names such as Son of Man, the Prophet, Messiah, Suffering Servant, King of kings, Bishop of our Souls, Savior, and more. View Resource

  • The Doctrine of Christ Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    This audio series is filled with theological teaching par excellence. Bridging the gap between a seminary course and a Sunday school class, R.C. Sproul delivers in-depth but never-dry instruction on the history of Christology from the ancient creeds to the 20th century. But Dr. Sproul isn’t content with teaching history. He also covers the biblical data concerning our Lord, giving profound insights into the nature of His deity, atonement, and Kingship. The Doctrine of Christ is an exacting and fulfilling study in the nature and vocation of our Lord. View Resource

  • Babe in the Manger Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    Two thousand years ago there was a baby born in a manger that was, in the truest sense of the word, unique. Not only was He sinless, He was also God in the flesh. Did the Babe in the manger know that the world was round? How long did it take for Him to learn to speak? Dr. Sproul will move beyond the speculative and explain the real benefits we receive by being united to the Incarnate Son of God. View Resource

  • Coming of the Messiah Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    Every Christmas, many Christians sing the hymn “Oh Come, Oh Come Immanuel,” which depicts the longing of the people of God for their Savior. This hope for the Savior is grounded in the Old Testament and their definition of the Messiah. In this series, Dr. R.C. Sproul looks closely at a few of the most important messianic prophecies of the Old Testament. With attention to historical detail and theological depth, Dr. Sproul examines the promises about the Messiah in the Old Testament and how Christ perfectly fills that role. View Resource

  • Christmas Messages Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    Matthew 2:1-12

    In this set of Christmas sermons, Dr. R.C. Sproul examines the account of the Magi in the gospel according to Matthew and the relationship of David and Saul in order to unfold the significance of Christmas and the incarnation of Christ. With theological insight and attention to scriptural detail, Dr. Sproul demonstrates how these events and relationships contribute to our understanding of the person and role of Christ. View Resource