Wonderfully choice! We cannot express how throughly we enjoyed (if indeed "enjoy" is the right word!)these two sermons. This gentleman really draws the landscape accurately. Thank you. maranatha! ~Kay
Great Sermon! This subject (jesuits/papacy/heresy thereof) is my area of special study. Your site has become one of my mainstays, due to the quality and realiability of the information offered. I almost can't get enough! Thank you & bless you. maranatha! ~Kay
Great Sermon! This is one for all of my (supposed)oh-so-smart family/friends. And, as many truly well-reasoned arguments can be, it was thoroughly listenable. I wonder what I, as a 35 year old athiest, would have thought of this had I heard it some 25+ years ago. I have a hunch that it would have been difficult for me, as a thoroughly entrenched worldling, to refute it to my own satisfaction, even then. Thank you for this serious ammo.
Great Sermon! Superlatives seem weak or pallid when trying to extol this most excellent talk. Thank you LORD for the faithful use of that "Sproul" brain, and for Dr. Sproul's obvious deep faith. May the LORD bless you and keep you, Dr. Sproul. What a blessing to hear you.
Numbers 6:24-26 -Kay
Great Sermon! Pastor I love your bravery and faithfulness. I must confess that I do wish you had ended with a word of hope for these poor lost sinners, that there is forgiveness and reformation even for them at the foot of The Cross, and in the Blood. Thank you, though, for your stance. -Kay
Great Sermon! This is a perfect sermon---I was so happy to be able to share it with a friend of mine over coffee. She, too, is an escapee of the Roman system, and she kept offering her thanks to the Lord for such an one as Mr. Bennett. Numbers 6:24-26