October 14, 2019
  • 11:14 am HAPPY ORTHODOX EASTER! Russian Chant – Christ is Risen from the Dead Христос Воскресе из мертвых
  • 11:14 am Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church crying Virgin Mary icon attracts crowds
  • 11:14 am 35 Things To Do Post-Story in Breath of the Wild | Austin John Plays The Legend of Zelda
  • 11:14 am Om Shivoham | Lord Shiva Most Powerful Song | Full Video – Extended Animated Version + Brahmin Chant
  • 11:14 am Origins of Independence Day (4th of July) with a Pagan Surprise
Justification by Faith Alone: Martin Luther and Romans 1:17

He says, “Here in it,” in the gospel, “the righteousness of God is revealed from faith to faith, as it is written, ‘the just shall live by faith.’” A verse taken from the book of Habakkuk in the Old Testament that is cited three times in the New Testament. As Luther would stop short and […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

What is Christian Marriage?: The Intimate Marriage with R.C. Sproul

R.C. SPROUL: Just last week I went to a wedding, and it was one of the most interesting weddings I’ve ever attended. There were over five hundred people there, the bride was gorgeous, but the thing that grabbed my attention at this particular wedding ceremony was the creativity of the wedding ceremony. The wedding lasted […]

The Role of Man and Woman: The Intimate Marriage with R.C. Sproul

Welcome once more to our study on Christian marriage, and this will be our last session together, and I’ve saved the controversial material for this time because what we’re going to be looking at here is the role of the man and the woman in marriage. I think it’s important that we give some attention […]

Criticism and Compliments: The Intimate Marriage with R.C. Sproul

Once again I’d like to welcome you to this series of lectures on Christian marriage, and the last time that we were together we talked about problems of sexual harmony and adjustment in marriage, and in that discussion I mentioned that according to the recent polls and the surveys that have been taken among the […]

God’s Sovereignty: Chosen By God with R.C. Sproul

In this session of our study of predestination, I want to focus our attention on the sovereignty of God. One of the reasons why I think it’s important that we really begin here with our study of the doctrine is that here is an area in which virtually all Christians agree. We agree that God […]