• The Hard Sayings of Jesus Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    In this series, R.C. tackles five Biblical passages of Jesus’ words that often baffle those who read them. He offers valuable background information to help clarify these difficult verses. View Resource

  • The Jerusalem Decree Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    Acts 15:22-29

    The church has long recognized the Jerusalem council in Acts 15 as a model for how the church is to make important decisions. However, the decree issued by this council presents some initial difficulties for interpretation because it contains several commands that later revelation seems to contradict. In this sermon, Dr. R.C. Sproul analyzes the decree of the Jerusalem council found in Acts 15:22-29 and shows how the distinction between principle and custom demonstrates how this decree fits harmoniously with the teaching of the entire Bible. With attention to original context and a concern to relate this historical event to … View Resource

  • The Hard Sayings of the Apostles Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    Do all of Paul’s words have apostolic authority or are there exceptions? Does Paul teach that we can achieve moral perfection in this life? Must women wear head coverings in church? Can apostates be restored to the faith? R.C. Sproul answers these and other puzzling questions with a commitment to Biblical inerrancy and wisdom he has gained from nearly 40 years of experience in studying and teaching the whole counsel of God. View Resource

  • The Hard Sayings of the Bible Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    The Bible is a collection of sixty-six books written over a period of some 1,500 years by dozens of human authors in three different languages. The cultural and linguistic divides mean that there are times we will run across passages whose meaning was clear to the author but is not immediately clear to us. We also know that all of these books were inspired by God. They are therefore inerrant and without contradiction. In this series, R.C. Sproul takes a look at some of the Bible’s most difficult texts and explains them in light of their forgotten context. View Resource

  • The Hard Sayings of the Prophets Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    What did Ezekiel mean by saying that his message of woes was like honey and sweetness to him? Why did Amos pronounce woe to those in his day who desired the Day of the Lord? Did Isaiah say that God actually creates evil? Dr. Sproul answers these and other questions by interpreting the passages in light of their contexts and the whole counsel of God. This series can help Christians work through the hard sayings of the prophets, finding in their words not confusion but timeless principles from which we may benefit today. View Resource