• Chosen By God: 2008 Alaska Cruise Conference with R.C. Sproul

    In these messages from the 2008 Alaska Discovery Cruise, Dr. R.C. Sproul presents an extensive study of the abundant grace of God in His election of men and women in salvation. View Resource

  • Chosen by God: 2003 Houston Conference Conference with Various Teachers

    In this series of messages from Ligonier Ministries’ 2003 Houston conference, “Chosen by God,” Drs. R.C. Sproul and J. Ligon Duncan III explain the biblical doctrine of election. Emphasizing God’s sovereignty, the depravity of man, God’s eternal plan, and the justness of God in election, they remind us that we are Christians only because of God’s good pleasure and not on account of anything else. View Resource

  • Chosen by God: 2002 Colorado Springs Conference Conference with Various Teachers

    Is ‘predestination’ a word you don’t like to hear? Few Biblical doctrines provoke more discussion among Christians than predestination. We embrace the sovereign God as an ever-present, all-powerful, and all-knowing Provider and Protector. Yet we struggle to understand how the sovereignty of God is worked out in our salvation and life. In Ligonier Ministries’ 2002 Colorado Springs conference, “Chosen by God,” R.C. Sproul and Ligon Duncan explore the doctrine of predestination, helping to clarify what the Bible teaches about this magnificent doctrine. View Resource

  • Chosen by God: 2001 Birmingham Conference Conference with R.C. Sproul

    Few Biblical doctrines provoke Christians to wrestle with reason, engage in heated debate, or hide their heads in the sand as much as predestination. We embrace the sovereign God as an ever-present, all-powerful, and all-knowing Provider and Protector. But we struggle to understand how the sovereignty of God works itself out in our salvation. If He predestines all things and chooses who will be saved, why pray or evangelize? And what about free will and our ability to make choices—such as inviting Jesus to come into our hearts or choosing one career over another? In Ligonier Ministries’ 2001 Birmingham … View Resource