R. C. Sproul Sayings and Quotes

Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old R. C. Sproul quotes, R. C. Sproul sayings, and R. C. Sproul proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources.'

In Christian marriage, love is not an option. It is a duty. R. C. Sproul
Cynicism and skepticism are the crudest form of quasi-intellectualism... Let the cynic become cynical of his cynicism and the skeptic skeptical of his skepticism and join the battle. R. C. Sproul
The more sanctified a person is the more heavily weighted his prayer time is in adoration. R. C. Sproul
People only have true understanding when they look at everything from God's perspective. Authentic wisdom begins when we understand that God is to be the object of our devotion, our adoration, and our reverence. R. C. Sproul
To be a Christian is to be a theologian-a student of God and his will. The contemporary disdain for theological content and emphasis on self-image and emotions were not shared by the apostolic church. R. C. Sproul
We are all servants. The only question is whom we will serve. R. C. Sproul
Nothing could be more irrational than the idea that something comes from nothing. R. C. Sproul
We've replaced the proclamation of Christ with an easy-listening legalism of do more and try harder. R. C. Sproul
The neutral view of free will is impossible. It involves choice without desire. R. C. Sproul
Your personal testimony, however meaningful it is to you, is not the gospel. R. C. Sproul
In Reformed theology, if God is not sovereign over the entire created order, then he is not sovereign at all. The term sovereignty too easily becomes a chimera. If God is not sovereign, then he is not God. R. C. Sproul
Every idol, if you scratch it, is a mirror. We worship ourselves. R. C. Sproul
It is the Holy Spirit who inspired the Bible. It is the Holy Spirit who illumines the Bible. R. C. Sproul
It is superstitious to equate our feelings and inclinations with the leading of the Holy Spirit. R. C. Sproul
A holy God is both just and merciful. He is never unjust. R. C. Sproul
The only cure for anxiety is to get down on our knees. R. C. Sproul
God is not interested in our public displays of piety. He's not interested in religion in terms of the outward show. He's interested in godliness. R. C. Sproul
Here then is the real problem of our negligence. We fail in our duty to study God's Word not so much because it is difficult to understand, not so much because it is dull and boring, but because it is work. Our problem is not a lack of intelligence or a lack of passion. Our problem is that we are lazy. R. C. Sproul
To say that God's sovereignty is limited by man's freedom is to make man sovereign. R. C. Sproul
The most obscene symbol in human history is the Cross; yet in its ugliness it remains the most eloquent testimony to human dignity. R. C. Sproul
No unborn baby has ever had the right to choose or deny its own destruction. R. C. Sproul
No unborn baby has ever had the right to choose or deny its own destruction. R. C. Sproul
Mercy and grace must be voluntary or they are no longer mercy and grace. R. C. Sproul