October 15, 2019
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Total Depravity (Part 1): What is Reformed Theology? with R.C. Sproul

As we continue now with our study of the core ideas that make up what we call Reformed theology I think of an event that took place in history just a couple of years before the Pilgrims landed on the shores of New England in the Mayflower, a controversy that spread throughout Europe and then […]

Eastern and Western Theology

After Origen, clearly the most important theologian in the ancient church period for the West is Augustine, but Augustine is of almost no importance for the Eastern church. And so that’s a sign of how significant at the time of Augustine the shift, the split between Eastern theology and Western theology begins to come. It’s […]

Can you deny the existence of hell and still be a Christian?

SPROUL: Now, I would say that that person could certainly be a truly regenerate person. All kinds of Christians have all kinds of theological weaknesses and errors. We always have to struggle about this. So, I don’t just make the automatic assumption that somebody’s not a Christian if they neglect a particular doctrine. Although, to […]

Theology in Dialogue with R.C. Sproul and Derek Thomas

WEBB: Hello, and welcome to an evening of theology and dialogue here at Saint Andrew’s Chapel. My name is Lee Webb, and it’s my privilege to serve as vice president of broadcasting for Ligonier Ministries, as well as the host of Renewing Your Mind with Dr. R.C. Sproul. We welcome those of you who are […]

Forerunners of the Reformation

We know that in the 16th century God raised up Martin Luther to begin a profound and amazing biblical reformation of this church. But the reformers, themselves, looked back on the Middle Ages and asked the question: “What prepared for our work? Who anticipated something of our work? Who were forerunner’s of the Reformation?” And […]

Total Depravity (Part 2): What is Reformed Theology? with R.C. Sproul

When we get to the concern of the doctrine of total depravity or the T in TULIP invariably we are catapulted into the arena of the debate over free will. In fact, the historic controversy over the degree of original sin that infects us really focuses on that question of free will. You can’t have […]

John MacArthur: Becoming a Better You?

That was, as I said, an extremely helpful, well-crafted, prosaic presentation of the way things really are, very helpful, big picture, sort of the bird’s eye view. I have been assigned to take the worm’s eye view. To get down and grovel in the muck a little bit and sort of nail one person. I’m […]

Ravi Zacharias: Is Truth Dead?

These are serious days. I have been in the ministry now since 1972, so it’s 46 years and counting. I do not recall when I have ever lived through a time where there is so much that is going wrong and so much that is unexplainable. And yet at the same time, the proliferation of […]

Ravi Zacharias: The Existence of God

Nevertheless – that’s it. Let My People Think and we are grateful that you all do, and that is why you are here at this conference. I esteem R.C. as one of the great heroes of the faith today and the line up that he has got in here, I wonder why I am actually […]


When I looked at this subject matter: Postmodernism and Philosophy at one o’clock in the afternoon, I didn’t know if it was a test of your mental agility, my capacity to engender interest, or both. Especially since Chesterton said “Everyone’s world view changes dramatically thirty minutes after lunch.” So I don’t know what worldview you […]