In his excellent little book, The Truth of the Cross, R.C. Sproul discusses the Ancient Near Eastern (Sumerians, Akkadians, etc.) treaties/covenants and how parts of them were pretty much universal back then. He then shows now the blessings and curses of the Mosaic covenant point to Christ. In the light of the curse specifically, Sproul… Continue reading Sproul on the Curse and the Cross
This is a great little book on the atonement. I'll probably post more quotes from it later, but for now I thought this one stuck out: "The prevailing doctrine of justification today is not justification by faith alone. It's not even justification by good works or by a combination of faith and works. The prevailing… Continue reading Sproul and Justification According to Western Culture
I was researching several sources concerning the study of Scripture, and I came across this great quote by R.C. Sproul. It is said in a way only Sproul can say it. "The preponderance of boredom that people experience with the Bible came home to me several years ago when I was hired to teach the… Continue reading A Boring Bible?