Truths That Matter Most

Faith Alone

In all the noise of everyday life, how do you focus on what really matters? Where do you go to regain perspective?

Drawn from a lifetime of Bible study and reflections on the nature of truth, including content never before released, Ultimately with R.C. Sproul features unique moments of insight to help you understand what you believe and why you believe it. Each episode is only a few minutes, filled with biblical teaching and theological wisdom to help you renew your mind, make sense of the world around you, and grow in your knowledge of who God is.

Listen to the podcast every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday to set your mind on what matters most—what matters ultimately.


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Who Was R.C. Sproul?

Dr. R.C. Sproul (1939–2017) was widely recognized as one of the most gifted communicators of the Bible and theology in the past century. He spent his life teaching Christians from all walks of life about the things of God.

Trained as a college and seminary professor, vocations that he continued to pursue throughout his ministry, Dr. Sproul also had a heart for teaching laypeople in the church. This led him to start the Ligonier Valley Study Center in 1971, which later became Ligonier Ministries. Over the course of the next few decades, Dr. Sproul published more than one hundred books, such as The Holiness of God; was the featured teacher on the radio broadcast Renewing Your Mind; served as executive editor of Tabletalk magazine and general editor of the Reformation Study Bible; was first president of Reformation Bible College; and pastored Saint Andrew’s Chapel in Sanford, Fla.

Today, Dr. Sproul is still recognized throughout the world for his articulate defense of the inerrancy of Scripture and the need for God’s people to stand with conviction upon His Word.


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