• Biblical Concept of Revelation (Part 1) Media Resource by

    When studying, we find that theology is dependent upon revelation, on God’s taking the initiative to unveil and reveal Himself. In this message Dr. Sproul discusses the topic of general revelation as distinguished from special revelation. We find there are many ways in which God has spoken to the whole world in general. All of this revelation reaches its pinnacle, through God Himself, in the person and work of Christ. View Resource

  • Biblical Concept of Revelation (Part 2) Media Resource by

    Continuing on the subject of revelation, Dr. Sproul discusses the topic of general revelation and distinguishes two areas within. These areas are the content of the revelation and the scope of people included as recipients of that revelation. View Resource

  • General/Natural Revelation (Part 1) Media Resource by

    How do we know that God is? How does he communicate His existence? Do we feel His presence by some kind of intuition or is there some objective witness that testifies to His eternal power? Dr. Sproul discusses one of the ways God has revealed Himself to all of mankind by what is known in theology as general or natural revelation, in this message entitled “General Revelation/Natural Revelation.” View Resource

  • Higher Critical Views of Scripture (Part 1a) Media Resource by

    This seminary-level teaching series shows how God has revealed Himself both in historical events and in the words recorded and preserved for us in Holy Scripture. View Resource

  • Higher Critical Views of Scripture (Part 1b) Media Resource by

    This seminary-level teaching series shows how God has revealed Himself both in historical events and in the words recorded and preserved for us in Holy Scripture. View Resource

  • Higher Critical Views of Scripture (Part 2a) Media Resource by

    This seminary-level teaching series shows how God has revealed Himself both in historical events and in the words recorded and preserved for us in Holy Scripture. View Resource

  • Higher Critical Views of Scripture (Part 2b) Media Resource by

    This seminary-level teaching series shows how God has revealed Himself both in historical events and in the words recorded and preserved for us in Holy Scripture. View Resource

  • How the New Testament was Formed (Part 1) Media Resource by

    Considering all the writings that circulated within the church during the first four centuries, how did we end up with only twenty-seven books in the New Testament? When was the New Testament as we know it today recognized by the church? And why were other books that circulated around that time not included in our Bibles? Dr. Sproul answers these questions as he introduces us to the development of the New Testament Scriptures in the message “How the New Testament Was Formed.” View Resource

  • How the Old Testament was Formed (Part 2) Media Resource by

    Many people consider writings such as the Apocrypha to be the inspired word of God that should be included in the canon of Scripture. Others consider the Talmud to be equally binding as the Old Testament writings. How should the Christian view these writings? Why aren’t they included in Protestant Bibles? In this message, Dr. Sproul explains the difference between the writings found in the Old Testament canon and the various extra canonical writings that have circulated in and around the church, as he continues to look at “How the Old Testament Was Formed.” View Resource

  • Inspiration and Authority of Scripture (Part 1) Media Resource by

    There are many Christians who would readily confess that the Bible is the inspired Word of God—that all Scripture is God-breathed; and that it is infallible—that as the Word of God, it cannot fail. But when probed a little further, they deny the inerrancy of Scripture—that the Word of God is without error. Why is that? In this message, Dr. Sproul examines this question as he discusses the misconceptions concerning the doctrine of inerrancy of Scripture as well as how the Word of God came to human authors. View Resource

  • Inspiration and Authority of Scripture (Part 1b) Media Resource by

    There are many Christians who would readily confess that the Bible is the inspired Word of God—that all Scripture is God-breathed; and that it is infallible—that as the Word of God, it cannot fail. But when probed a little further, they deny the inerrancy of Scripture—that the Word of God is without error. Why is that? In this message, Dr. Sproul examines this question as he discusses the misconceptions concerning the doctrine of inerrancy of Scripture as well as how the Word of God came to human authors. View Resource

  • Inspiration and Authority of Scripture (Part 2) Media Resource by

    Many would argue that since the Scriptures were written by men, therefore, there must be errors in them. If there are errors in the Bible, then how can we confidently obey what it says? How can God communicate His inerrant, infallible Word through fallible men? Dr. Sproul considers these questions in this message as he explains ways God didn’t communicate His Word through human authors and how we can be confident in the way that He did. View Resource

  • Inspiration and Authority of Scripture (Part 2b) Media Resource by

    Many would argue that since the Scriptures were written by men, therefore, there must be errors in them. If there are errors in the Bible, then how can we confidently obey what it says? How can God communicate His inerrant, infallible Word through fallible men? Dr. Sproul considers these questions in this message as he explains ways God didn’t communicate His Word through human authors and how we can be confident in the way that He did. View Resource

  • Neo-Orthodox View of Scripture (Part 1) Media Resource by

    This seminary-level teaching series shows how God has revealed Himself both in historical events and in the words recorded and preserved for us in Holy Scripture. View Resource

  • Neo-Orthodox View of Scripture (Part 2) Media Resource by

    This seminary-level teaching series shows how God has revealed Himself both in historical events and in the words recorded and preserved for us in Holy Scripture. View Resource