This week’s featured sermon: Dr. R.C. Sproul at the Ligonier Ministries’ 2016 National Conference explains why the gospel is both true and transforming.
Writing in his blog, R.C. Sproul tells the story of a conversation he had with the late Francis Schaeffer in a taxicab some thirty years ago in which he asked Schaeffer the following question: “Dr. Schaeffer, what is your biggest concern for the future of the church in America?” “Without hesitation,” Sproul writes, Schaeffer turned to […]
At one of the most active abortion clinics in the nation; God, through John Barros’ ministry at the Orlando Women’s Center, has saved 1000 babies.
This was an interview R.C. Sproul, Sr. had with his son R.C. Sproul, Jr. regarding the re-release of his book originally written 20 years ago, Abortion: A Rational Look at an Emotional Issue. He said often this issue is approached with heat rather than light, and discussed how the church has addressed abortion pre-Roe v. […]
R.C. Sproul in his book, Defending Your Faith: An Introduction to Apologetics, said that the apologist’s task is to provide proof and to be persuasive. He goes on to say: Proof is objective and persuasion is subjective. People who are hostile to certain ideas may have those ideas proven to them, but in their bias […]
In this current political season, R.C. Sproul gives a great reminder about where our trust should ultimately be. Hint – it’s not in princes (or politicians). He writes: Yes, we must always work for social reform. Yes, we must be “profane’ in Martin Luther’s sense of going out of the temple and into the world. […]
Many today are quite willing to talk about God’s love, but they lack understanding. There is the temptation to get haughty as if we deserve it, as if it is something that God owes us. Looking at God’s love that way cheapens this attribute, but when coupled with God’s justice and wrath – attributes in […]