April 10, 2020
  • 5:34 pm 6 Weekly Rituals That Have Completely Changed My Life
  • 4:34 pm A Money Manifesting Ritual (with Landria Onkka)
  • 4:34 pm A Simple Druid’s Rite – The Lego Core Order of Ritual (with voiceover)
  • 1:34 pm POWERFUL Hypnotic SLEEP (ASMR) • MONEY & ABUNDANCE Soothing Meditation
  • 1:34 pm Guided meditation for students
Limited Atonement: What is Reformed Theology? with R.C. Sproul

As we continue now with our study of the core doctrines of Reformed theology, and we’ve been looking at the controversial five points of Calvinism, and we’ve already looked at the T in TULIP and the U in TULIP. And all that’s left of the TULIP now is the LIP part, and we’re going to […]

Covenant: What is Reformed Theology? with R.C. Sproul

We continue now with our study of the heart of Reformed theology. I want to turn our attention today to the concept of covenant. One of the frequent nicknames that we will hear used to define Reformed theology is the term Covenant theology. To be candid with you, I almost never use that designation, not […]

The State of the Church in the Sixteenth Century

The church itself in the early 16th century is undergoing changes and challenges and we can perhaps say, although this is of little interest to most people, that the state of the church in the early 16th century remains a challenge to historians in the sense that we know lot about what was going on […]

How do we share the truth without being argumentative? – R.C. Sproul

SPROUL: Well, it’s pretty hard not to be argumentative and hard not to be offensive, because when you disagree with anybody, the tendency is for people to be offended. And when you talk about being argumentative, argumentative is a negative description of things. But the giving of solid biblical arguments is what we are called […]

Unconditional Election: What is Reformed Theology? with R.C. Sproul

Ulysses S. Grant who was the head of the Union forces in the war between the states and later became the President of the United States received the nickname during his military career based upon his initials U. S. Grant of “Unconditional Surrender Grant” because when he defeated the enemy he would not allow for […]

Walking in the Footsteps of the Reformers

My hope in this series is that we’ll come together to appreciate that when we have the mainstream Reformers’ clarity on the precise meaning of these truths, that’s when we’ll share their joy, their resolution, and their gospel, the gospel that is the power of God for salvation, the light that scatters the darkness. Now […]

Irresistible Grace: What is Reformed Theology? with R.C. Sproul

As we continue now with our study of “What is Reformed Theology?” we’re going to continue with our examination of the acrostic TULIP which we have trampled down this beautiful flower in God’s garden. By changing total depravity to radical corruption we turned the T to an R. We turned unconditional election into sovereign election, […]

What is the role of civil authorities in the Christian life?

SPROUL: The civil magistrate is under the sovereignty of God, and he is a minister of God. I can remember speaking at the inaugural prayer breakfast for a governor several years ago here in the state of Florida where I said, “Today’s your ordination day.” I said, “God has ordained the church. He’s also ordained […]

The Liberating Doctrine of Grace Alone

Those who have accepted that God saves by His grace alone have found the message to be one of unutterably sweet liberation. Martin Luther wrote, “I felt I was altogether born again, and had entered paradise itself through open gates.” And so it remains today. The Reformers’ tenacious insistence on grace alone is no relic […]

Faith Alone (Part 2): What is Reformed Theology? with R.C. Sproul

We’ve been addressing the question, “What is Reformed Theology?” And in our last session we gave a brief introduction to the chief article of historical evangelical theology, which article is embraced by Reformed theology as well as by all other Protestant denominations historically; namely, the doctrine of justification by faith alone, which was the central […]