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R. C. Sproul Digital Library (24 vols.)
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Overview

For years readers have been following the teachings of R. C. Sproul through his many writings and daily radio program, Renewing Your Mind. Now they can access his most loved works with the R. C. Sproul Digital Library, availiable in easy-to-use digital format with Logos Bible Software.

Beloved theologian Sproul has been inspiring to students and general readers for decades, well known for his clear and concise teaching. This collection addresses many topics within daily Christian living and theological concerns, such as doubt, faith, religion and faith, science and faith, and basic Christian doctrine.

With the works of R. C. Sproul in digital format, being able to study the teaching of this inspiring Bible scholar is easier than ever before! You can search for various topics and Scripture passages within Sproul's works with the click of a mouse. Every verse is linked to your favorite translation, making study a breeze.

Key Features

  • Insightful works from one of the most beloved theologians of the 20th century
  • Includes reference books and the KJV
  • Over 20 volumes on Christian living and theology

Individual Titles

Evangelical Commentary on the Bible

  • Editor: Walter A. Elwell
  • Publication Date: 1989
  • Pages: 1,229

The purpose of this commentary, is to help the average reader of the Bible understand what the text says. Using the NIV as a basis for its comments, this commentary is a totally new work, not a reprint or a revised edition. Thirty-eight contributors representing some of the finest American evangelical scholars present their articles in clear, easy-to-understand language. Includes outlines and introductions to each book of the Bible and extensive discussions of key biblical doctrines.

Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology

  • Editor: Walter A. Elwell
  • Publication Date: 1996
  • Pages: 993

This major reference volume includes over five hundred articles explaining the theological message and key themes of both Old and New Testaments. It includes articles on abortion, money, altars, pride, promise, the second coming, Jerusalem, and many others. More than 125 of the best evangelical Bible scholars provide insights from the biblical languages. Yet anyone using the volume does not need to know Hebrew or Greek. Bibliographies, indexes, and cross-references make this a useful volume for pastors, students, teachers, and lay people.

The Holy Bible: King James Version

  • Publication Date: 1769

Also known as the "Authorized Version," The King James Version of the Bible is still the most widely used text in the English language. The Logos KJV includes the Strong's Numbers which allow English readers to identify and search for underlying Greek and Hebrew words in the original text.

The King James Version Apocrypha

Includes the books of I & II Esdras, Tobit, Judith, Additions to Esther, Wisdom of Solomon, Sirach, Baruch, Letter of Jeremiah, Song of Three Youths, Susanna, Bel and the Dragon, Prayer of Manasseh, and I & II Maccabees.

Annotated Bibliography of R.C. Sproul’s Works

  • Publication Date: 2000

Before the Face of God, Book 1: A Daily Guide for Living from the Book of Romans

  • Publication Date: 1992

Coram Deo means “before the face of God.” Popular teacher and theologian Dr. R.C. Sproul finds that Paul’s Epistle to the Romans extends a wondrous invitation. We have an awesome privilege to serve before the throne—to live coram Deo.

In 233 brief devotional studies, Dr. Sproul offers Romans as an introduction to all the Bible teaches about God’s holiness, human sinfulness, and the implications of justification through faith in Jesus Christ.

Romans provides the overall structure, but this guide leads the reader throughout Scripture, simplifying difficult concepts, illustrating the essential components of spiritual living. For each study a Coram Deo application personally challenges the individual.

This is a systematic look at Christian theology, broken down into manageable servings that can be read in daily quiet times or all at once by anyone who desires to understand the depths of God’s grace.

Before the Face of God, Book 2: A Daily Guide for Living from the Gospel of Luke

  • Publication Date: 1993

Following the attractive design and pattern of Before the Face of God Book 1 on Romans, Book 2 takes readers throughout Scripture to better understand the gospel as reported by the physician-missionary Luke.

R. C. Sproul finds in Luke’s careful account a thorough, dependable history of Jesus’ birth, ministry, rejection, death and resurrection. Luke shares with Theophilus what it means for humanity and divinity to come together.

And in each two-page devotion the reader encounters with Theophilus some element of living life coram Deo—“before the face of God”—in Jesus Christ.

Each meditation can be read in a few minutes or as the basis for an extended personal study or group discussion. Before the Face of God readings may be used as an undated or a year-long devotional or a topical resource.

Before the Face of God, Book 3: A Daily Guide for Living from the Old Testament

  • Publication Date: 1994

Book 3 of Before the Face of God provides a systematic overview of the Old Testament, stressing that the God of creation and providence who gave the law is the same God who gave the Savior of those dead under the law.

Each of the 261 readings is adapted from the pages of Ligonier Ministries’ Tabletalk magazine. Following the format of the volumes on the Epistle to the Romans (Book 1) and the Gospel of Luke (Book 2), Book 3 provides about a year of weekday devotions. Each two-page chapter includes a Coram Deo application section and related Scriptures for further study.

These brief, insightful meditations on the Old Testament will inspire individual reflection and will engender group discussion.

Before the Face of God, Book 4: A Daily Guide for Living from Ephesians, Hebrews, and James

  • Publication Date: 1994

Book 4 of Before the Face of God breaks apart Ephesians, Hebrews, and James, three vastly important and often neglected resources for growing spiritually. These books take us deeper in knowing the wisdom of God, the work of Christ, and the fellowship of the Spirit.

Each of the 224 readings is adapted from the pages of Ligonier Ministries’ Tabletalk magazine. Following the daily devotion format of the volumes on the Epistle to the Romans (Book 1), the Gospel of Luke (Book 2), and the Old Testament (Book 3), Book 4 includes Coram Deo application sections and related Scripture references for further study.

These brief, insightful meditations from the Epistles will inspire quiet individual reflection and will engender group discussion.

R.C. Sproul’s Chapters from Symposium Volumes

  • Publication Date: 2000

The Symposium Volumes contain some of R.C. Sproul’s most important writings. Divided into twenty-two chapters, Sproul tackles important biblical, theological, and social issues, such as prayer, Reformed theology and predestination, the sanctity of life, biblical interpretation, and numerous others.

Choosing My Religion

  • Publication Date: 1995

How do you complete the sentence, “I believe in…”? That statement is your religion, which shapes your loves, ideals, behavior, and goals. But look out! Unless you’ve done some cool, clear thinking, your religion may not be worth believing.

In Choosing My Religion R. C. Sproul evaluates the only two foundations for belief; favorite-flavor-ice-cream truth (one religion is as good as another, so pick one that works for you) and jellybean total truth (only one ultimate truth can fit you into the reality that really is real).

These are the options. In Choosing My Religion you’ll find help in arriving at sound answers to life’s big questions.

Chosen by God

  • Publication Date: 1986
  • Pages: 213

Predestination, says the author, isn't just for Calvinists. It is for all biblical Christians. Predestination doesn't create a whimsical or spiteful picture of God, but paints the portrait of a loving God who provides redemption for radically corrupt humans. There is mystery in God's ways, Sproul says, but not contradiction. Point by point, this book examines the Scriptures on predestination and refutes the naysayers.

Doubt & Assurance

  • Publication Date: 1993

“Healing assurance that honestly deals with my doubts and needs takes into account who I am and how holy God truly is.”

In these words, John Richard DeWitte describes the quest for spiritual confidence in Doubt and Assurance. The uplifting essays, adapted from Tabletalk Magazine, find a sunny side to doubt and set out the Bible limits for assurance.

Contributors are Steve Brown, John Richard DeWitt, Sinclair Ferguson, John Gerstner, Os Guinness, W. Andrew Hoffecker, Ron Kilpatrick, Alister McGrath, Roger Nicole, R. C. Sproul, R. Bruce Steward.

They address such vital questions as: Are my doubts caused by unbelief? What is happening when God seems absent? Can I really be sure I am saved?

Here is the path to honest, healing confidence in God’s holiness, goodness, and sufficiency.

Faith Alone: The Evangelical Doctrine of Justification

  • Publication Date: 1995
  • Pages: 221

What can we add to God’s mercy to be saved? The Reformers broke with the Roman Church when they answered that Christians are justified by faith alone. But evangelicals no longer seem certain about that keystone of faith.

In Faith Alone, a Gold Medallion finalist and Evangelical Book Club main selection, R.C. Sproul discerns a softening of the doctrine of justification and explains why Christians must return to the biblical, Reformation view. He provides biblical evidence and theological reasons why Protestantism and Roman Catholicism divided in the first place, and why that division remains an uncrossed chasm.

Grace Unknown: The Heart of Reformed Theology

  • Publication Date: 1997
  • Pages: 230

“We believers must ask ourselves why we have come to faith while many of our friends have not. Did we exercise faith in Christ because we are more intelligent than they are?” asks R. C. Sproul in Grace Unknown. “Did we respond to the gospel positively because we are better or more virtuous?”

“We all know the answers to these questions,” continues Sproul. “I cannot adequately explain why I came to faith in Christ and some of my friends did not. I can only look to the glory of God’s grace toward me, a grace I did not deserve then and do not deserve now.”

In response to this grace, we can do no better than sing the familiar hymn by Isaac Watts that begins like this:

Alas! And did my Savior bleed?
And did my Sovereign die?
Would he devote that sacred head
For such a worm as I?

Was it for crimes that I have done
He groaned upon the tree?
Amazing pity! Grace unknown!
And love beyond degree!

The Holiness of God

  • Publication Date: 1985
  • Pages: 234

A profound, moving investigation of the character of God-His holiness-that defines all we are and do as Christians. R.C. Sproul says, "It affects every aspect of our lives—economics, politics, athletics, romance—everything with which we are involved." This book takes a look at the meaning of holiness and why people are both fascinated and terrified by a holy God.

The Last Days According to Jesus

  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 253

This book focuses on what Jesus himself taught about the last days and the timing of his return. R.C. Sproul defends the trustworthiness of Jesus’ teachings and addresses these questions: Who is the antichrist? When is the resurrection? When is the millennium?

Lifeviews: Make a Christian Impact on Culture and Society

  • Publication Date: 1986
  • Pages: 220

How to confront moral and social issues with a biblical response.

Not a Chance: The Myth of Chance in Modern Science and Cosmology

  • Publication Date: 1994
  • Pages: 234

As technology allows a better view of the universe, R. C. Sproul asks an important question: Can chance be responsible for all that is?

In a lively dialogue with modern thinkers from Einstein and Hume to Niels Bohr and Carl Sagan, Not a Chance consults the laws of logic, linguistic and scientific theory, and mathematical understanding to probe the cause-effect relationship. It is the only book-length critique of chance causation written by an evangelical. Sproul shows that the origin of the universe and humankind cannot be explained as a result of chance, and that chance can coexist neither with God nor with the natural sciences.

Readers interested in cultural apologetics and in the Bible and science, and anyone seeking a rational defense of creation, will be intrigued by this book. Twenty-five illustrations are included to aid the reader’s understanding.

Renewing Your Mind: Basic Christian Beliefs You Need to Know

  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 216

“When a person embraces the Christian faith and says with assurance, ‘I believe…,’ then that person has truly embarked upon life,” writes R. C. Sproul. “This book is about living that life to the fullest, about renewing your mind so that your thinking conforms to the mind of Christ.”

What do all true Christians believe about God the Father? About Jesus Christ, the Father’s only Son and our Lord? Or about the church, salvation, and eternal life? Renewing Your Mind provides a matchless introduction to “the basic Christian beliefs you need to know.” R. C., a leading theologian, is also a gifted communicator of biblical truth to people of all ages.

Essential Truths of the Christian Faith

  • Publication Date: 1992
  • Pages: 302

In R. C. Sproul's Essential Truths of the Christian Faith, over 100 important Christian doctrines are expounded, each in a few succinct pages-from the Fall to the Return of Christ, from Providence to Predestination, from Sin to the Sacraments, from Antinomianism to the Anti-Christ. Sproul's homespun analogies and illustrations from contemporary life make this book interesting, informative, and easy to read.

Selected Articles from Tabletalk Magazine

  • Publication Date: 2000

The finest magazine produced by any Christian broadcast ministry. Each issue has articles revolving around a theme plus daily studies in Scripture texts and theological topics. Written for novices and scholars alike.

Ultimate Issues

  • Publication Date: 1996

Defend your view of ultimate reality and truth. Do you have one? You do, whether you have carefully thought about it or not. But will your philosophy stand up to logic and life’s ultimate questions satisfactorily? Or is it tidy…easy…superficial…useless (ultimately)?

Sit down with philosopher R. C. Sproul and a group of college students and listen to them share their ideas about: The relative value of human and animal life, a standard for decisions about rightness, the origin and “purpose” of everything, being acceptable to God.

There’s a warm, coffeehouse ambiance. It’s an ideal place to reflect on the bits and pieces that go into a philosophy or worldview worth owning and defending. Discussion questions help the process along. Expect thoughtful, stimulating dialogue with an incisive thinker. But don’t expect to walk away unchallenged at the very center of what you think and who you are.

Willing to Believe: The Controversy Over Free Will

  • Publication Date: 1997
  • Pages: 221

What is the role of the will in believing the good news of the gospel? Why has there been so much controversy over free will throughout church history?

Willing to Believe is a major work on the Protestant doctrines of man’s total depravity and God’s effectual grace. R. C. Sproul traces the free-will controversy from its formal beginning in the fifth century, when Augustine took up the pen against Pelagius, to the present.

By the time you finish this historical tour, you will understand the nuances separating the views of Protestants and Catholics, Calvinists and Arminians, the Reformed and Dispensationalists. You will also see how this debate colors our view of humanity and shapes our understanding of God’s character.

Product Details

  • Title: R. C. Sproul Digital Library
  • Author: R. C. Sproul
  • Publisher: Baker
  • Volumes: 24

About R. C. Sproul

R. C. Sproul is a respected teacher, theologian, pastor, and he is the founder and chairman of Ligonier Ministries. He currently serves as the director of Serve International and as senior minister of preaching and teaching at Saint Andrew’s Chapel, Sanford Florida. He can be heard teaching daily on the 'Renewing Your Mind' broadcast throughout sixty countries. He has a real heart for people to hear and live out the Word of God in their lives.