R.C. Sproul explains how the mind is corrupted by sin and the priority of loving God with the mind must first start with a new spirit. Then he explains the connection between loving God with knowing and worshiping Him.
Have you ever wondered why all things exist? Does the universe and everything in it have some grand meaning or is it all meaningless? Is the meaning of all things something we can know or is it shrouded in mystery? Fortunately for us, God has not left the meaning of the world a complete mystery.
The Christian life is not merely about rejoicing in the power of Christ for salvation. The power of Christ is at work in Christians so that they may truly consider themselves “dead to sin.” Dr. Martyn Llloyd-Jones explains this from Romans ch.6-8.
The Protestant Reformation was about more than a recovery of the Bible and its doctrine of salvation. God was ultimately dealing with the problem of the human heart and spiritual death through His grace in Christ.
When God created everything, did He “become” Creator and thereby change? Or was God always Creator even before things began to exist? This advanced theology lecture touches on God’s unchangeableness, His eternal nature, and how He interacts with His creation.
If you struggle with anger, or have to deal with someone who does, you may know how destructive this sin can be. The book of Proverbs has several insights into the nature of anger and how to handle it.
Joel Beeke, minister and president of Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, explains why prayer should be an absolutely indispensable part of the Christian’s life and ministry drawing from lessons he learned studying the Puritans.