The Bible teaches that there is a real connection between the sin of Adam and the sins of humanity. Today, R.C. Sproul contrasts the transfer of Adam's sin to the human race with the transfer of Christ's righteousness to His redeemed people.
To help you hear and do the Word of God, Renewing Your Mind and Renewing Your Mind Weekend delivers substantive Christian education through the radio with Speaker R.C. Sproul: "I dream of a new reformation," Sproul said, "a reformation that is not simply a renewal of life but a new vision of life: a vision that yields new forms and structures in society and culture. As long as Christians restrict their Christianity to a religion a faith that is compartmentalized and isolated from life they can have revival but never ever reformation. We need to hear and do the Word of God in all of our lives."
The world is quick to tell Christians that this is not our home. The gospel reminds us why this is such wonderful news. Today, Sinclair Ferguson shows how our heavenly citizenship shapes our identity, our hope, and our way of life.
In a letter to Christians suffering for their faith, the Apostle Peter wrote to remind them of the glory of the gospel. Today, Sinclair Ferguson explains how the gospel sustains and strengthens believers in times of adversity.
Many Christians feel like outsiders in an increasingly hostile society. Remarkably, the Apostle Peter wrote a letter to believers in a similar situation. In today's message from his new teaching series, Sinclair Ferguson introduces the hope-filled message of 1 Peter.
Jesus could have called on the angels to deliver Him from betrayal and arrest. Instead, He submitted Himself to suffering for our sake. In today's sermon from the gospel of John, R.C. Sproul teaches on the necessity of Christ's active and passive obedience for our salvation.
Soren Kierkegaard didn't mince words when he criticized the lack of passion he observed in the church of his day. Today, R.C. Sproul addresses the writings of the father of existentialism.