3 Ways to Learn from R.C. Sproul

r. c. sproulR.C. Sproul is a respected teacher, theologian, and pastor. He’s the founder and chairman of Ligonier Ministries, where he serves as executive editor of Tabletalk magazine. He serves as senior minister of preaching and teaching at Saint Andrew’s Chapel in Sanford, Florida. His teaching can be heard daily on the Renewing Your Mind radio broadcast, which plays in over 40 countries.

Sproul has written over 70 books and articles, including the classic The Holiness of God, exegetical works in the R.C. Sproul Exposition Collection, and several theological articles in Tabletalk magazine.

If you’ve yet to benefit from Sproul’s wealth of knowledge and wisdom, here are three ways to do so:

1. Attend Ligonier Seattle

To help believers understand what it means to be a witness in this world, Ligonier Ministries is hosting its West Coast Conference on “Overcoming the World: Being a Christian in a Post-Christian Culture.” From June 6 to 7, 2014, Drs. Steven Lawson, Stephen Meyer, Albert Mohler, and R.C. Sproul Jr. will be joining R.C. Sproul in Seattle to address the challenges modern Christians face. Early-bird registration for Ligonier Seattle ends April 11, and then the price jumps from $59 to $79. Register today!

Through June 1, you can also enter to win two tickets to Ligonier Seattle, a MacBook Air, Logos 5 Gold, and eight R.C. Sproul books from Vyrso—enter to win!

2. Get Sproul’s Crucial Questions Series for free

Right now, you can get R.C. Sproul’s 17-volume Crucial Questions series—free! Throughout these 17 books, Sproul explores the core questions people ask about Christianity. You’ll get titles like Can I Be Sure I’m Saved?, Does God Control Everything?, What Is Faith?, and Who Is the Holy Spirit?—books that give you simple, biblical responses to some of the most challenging issues in apologetics and evangelism.

Get your free books right now!

3. Pre-order Sproul’s Everyone’s a Theologian for 27% off

Many people react negatively to the word theology—they think it involves dry, fruitless arguments about doctrinal minutiae. They prefer to focus on the basic truths of Scripture; they may even declare, “No creed but Christ.” But, as Sproul argues, everyone is a theologian. Anytime we strive to understand the Bible, we’re engaging in theology. Therefore, it’s important that we put the Bible’s teachings together in a systematic fashion, using proper, time-tested methods of interpretation to arrive at a theology founded on truth. That’s precisely what Sproul teaches you to do in Everyone’s a Theologian.

Pre-order Everyone’s a Theologian today for just $10.95!

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Comments

  1. Joseph William Luna says:

    I have no respect for this person who said that Abba Father cursed His own Son on the cross. That to me is blasphemy to the highest degree because it depicts the Trinity breaking down because the Son became sin on our behalf.

    I would interpret this as saying that darkness is greater than light and God is "so holy" that He cannot stand sin. Well, I have news for you, the sun rays passes through garbage everyday and I have never seen it once getting contaminated. Besides he who sees Jesus sees Abba (John 14:9), therefore Jesus was just as holy as the Father was and He never felt "disgusted" when He touched lepers, prostitutes or even when He sat down with sinners and ate with them…

  2. Charly Moore says:

    But what about anyone who hangs on a tree/cross being cursed? (Deuteronomy 21:23, Galatians 3:13)
    If cursing is the removal of grace, and if Jesus died on the cross for us and removed our curse, wasn't he cursed for a short time to accomplish God's overall goal?
    Therefore, the son of man would be cursed, but not the Son of God.

  3. Joseph William Luna says:

    The curses is done by men, not by God. Nowhere do I find in the scriptures that God the Father cursed God the Son. It is beyond me to think that God cursed God…

    It was the wrath of men that put Jesus on the cross, yet Father, Son and Holy Spirit let them simply because their love was greater than the suffering of the Son. It brings tears to my eyes just to think how the Holy Trinity planned through intense personal cost to save us no matter what…

    Scriptures tell us that the Lamb of God was slain before the foundation of the world (Rev 13:8), which leads me to believe that God (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) took into consideration every possible detail in order to reconcile man back to Himself (2Cor 5:19)

    I'm so happy you asked! :-)

  4. Sonia Rodriguez says:

    Amen

  5. No respect for R.C. Sproul….really dude. LET'S SEE WHAT R.C. REALLY SAID.

    "The key to understanding the cry of Jesus from the cross is found in Paul's letter to the Galatians: "Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse for us, for it is written: ‘Cursed is everyone who is hung on a tree'" (Galatians 3:13, NIV).

    To be cursed is to be removed from the presence of God, to be set outside the camp, to be cut off from His benefits. On the cross, Jesus was cursed. That is, He represented the Jewish nation of covenant breakers who were exposed to the curse and took the full measure of the curse on Himself. As the Lamb of God, the Sin Bearer, He was cut off from the presence of God.

    On the cross, Jesus entered into the experience of forsakenness on our behalf. God turned His back on Jesus and cut Him off from all blessing, from all keeping, from all grace, and from all peace.

    God is too holy to even look at iniquity. God the Father turned His back on the Son, cursing Him to the pit of hell while He hung on the cross. Here was the Son’s “descent into hell.” Here the fury of God raged against Him. His scream was the scream of the damned. For us.

    Reflect on what Jesus did for you on Calvary. Give thanks for the Lamb of God who bore your sin."

    Taken from “Treasuring Redemption’s Price” by Ligonier Ministries (used by permission).

  6. Anonymous says:

    So Mr. No Respect…….. what did R.C. Sproul really say:

    "The key to understanding the cry of Jesus from the cross is found in Paul's letter to the Galatians: "Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse for us, for it is written: ‘Cursed is everyone who is hung on a tree'" (Galatians 3:13, NIV).

    To be cursed is to be removed from the presence of God, to be set outside the camp, to be cut off from His benefits. On the cross, Jesus was cursed. That is, He represented the Jewish nation of covenant breakers who were exposed to the curse and took the full measure of the curse on Himself. As the Lamb of God, the Sin Bearer, He was cut off from the presence of God.

    On the cross, Jesus entered into the experience of forsakenness on our behalf. God turned His back on Jesus and cut Him off from all blessing, from all keeping, from all grace, and from all peace.

    God is too holy to even look at iniquity. God the Father turned His back on the Son, cursing Him to the pit of hell while He hung on the cross. Here was the Son’s “descent into hell.” Here the fury of God raged against Him. His scream was the scream of the damned. For us.

    Reflect on what Jesus did for you on Calvary. Give thanks for the Lamb of God who bore your sin."

    Taken from “Treasuring Redemption’s Price” by Ligonier Ministries (used by permission).

  7. jay frey says:

    Mr.No Respect….Well what did R.C. Sproul really say.

    “The key to understanding the cry of Jesus from the cross is found in Paul’s letter to the Galatians: “Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse for us, for it is written: ‘Cursed is everyone who is hung on a tree’” (Galatians 3:13, NIV).

    To be cursed is to be removed from the presence of God, to be set outside the camp, to be cut off from His benefits. On the cross, Jesus was cursed. That is, He represented the Jewish nation of covenant breakers who were exposed to the curse and took the full measure of the curse on Himself. As the Lamb of God, the Sin Bearer, He was cut off from the presence of God.

    On the cross, Jesus entered into the experience of forsakenness on our behalf. God turned His back on Jesus and cut Him off from all blessing, from all keeping, from all grace, and from all peace.

    God is too holy to even look at iniquity. God the Father turned His back on the Son, cursing Him to the pit of hell while He hung on the cross. Here was the Son’s “descent into hell.” Here the fury of God raged against Him. His scream was the scream of the damned. For us.

    Reflect on what Jesus did for you on Calvary. Give thanks for the Lamb of God who bore your sin.”

    Taken from “Treasuring Redemption’s Price” by Ligonier Ministries (used by permission).

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