• The Sacraments Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    The church has always confessed that Christ is uniquely present in the sacraments of Baptism and the Lord’s Supper. In this series, Dr. R.C. Sproul explores these two important means of grace as he explains their biblical background and significance, and defines who should receive the sacraments as well as how Christ is apprehended in each one. View Resource

  • Baptism Debate with R.C. Sproul and John MacArthur Teaching Series with Various Teachers

    The church’s practice of infant baptism came under attack in the sixteenth century. Since that time, many Christian churches have rallied against the practice, administering baptism only to believing adults. From Ligonier Ministries’ 1997 National Conference, Drs. John MacArthur Jr. and R.C. Sproul discuss their views on the Biblical meaning and mode of Christian baptism. Dr. MacArthur presents the credo-baptist position and Dr. Sproul presents the historic paedo(infant)-baptist position. View Resource

  • Kingdom Feast Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    What happens when Christians take the Lord’s Supper? Throughout the history of the church, there has been debate over the meaning of Holy Communion. Even today there is much disagreement about the purpose and significance of the sacrament. As Dr. R.C. Sproul demonstrates, a proper understanding of the Lord’s Supper can be found only in Scripture. In considering various opinions about this sacrament, Dr. Sproul helps to clarify the view held by the sixteenth-century reformer John Calvin. Dr. Sproul also examines related biblical themes, such as the Passover, the kingdom of God, the person and work of Christ, and … View Resource

  • Covenant Baptism Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    The church’s practice of infant baptism came under attack in the sixteenth century. Since that time, many churches have rallied against the practice, administering baptism only to believing adults. As he addresses the importance of covenant baptism, Dr. R.C. Sproul explains that baptism is to be administered not only to believing adults but also to their children.  View Resource