• The Book of Job Teaching Series with Derek Thomas

    In this series, Dr. Derek W.H. Thomas walks us through the book of Job and considers what the Bible says about our darkest moments. He addresses the difficult question of the relationship between God’s sovereignty and the existence of evil, sin, and suffering. View Resource

  • Wisdom Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    Much of history has been concerned with the pursuit of wisdom. Throughout history, philosophers have applied their minds to the task of understanding the world and living rightly. But history also shows us that when we attempt to find wisdom apart from the knowledge of the Lord, our thinking leads only to futility. In this series, Dr. R.C. Sproul gives a survey of the biblical definition of wisdom, examining how the Old Testament wisdom literature informed our understanding of what it means to be wise. And as most important, he reminds us that without the fear of the Lord, there … View Resource

  • Themes from Ecclesiastes Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    Ecclesiastes 1-12

    Utterly meaningless! Everything is meaningless” (Ecclesiastes 1:2). Ecclesiastes was written long ago, but the teacher’s message couldn’t be more relevant. His ancient voice of despair is echoed by countless intellectual and cultural elites in our era. Into this darkness the beauty of truth shines. In Themes from Ecclesiastes, Dr. Sproul lays open this difficult book, showing that while life “under the sun” is meaningless, life under God is truly and deeply meaningful. The conclusion? Right now counts forever. View Resource

  • Ecclesiastes Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    Ecclesiastes 1-12

    R.C. Sproul explains that everything we do has eternal significance. He demonstrates how God teaches us more in our suffering than in happy times. Dr. Sproul concludes this series with a charge to fear God and keep His commandments. He says that believers would do well to learn from Solomon’s message in Ecclesiastes because, although we live in an age of change, the important matters of the heart remain largely the same from generation to generation. View Resource