Oct 27, 2016 Edition

Tower Experience

0:00

A Broadcast with R.C. Sproul

The individualistic, global societies created and propelled by sin operate under the assumption that the fortunes and failures of life result strictly from the decisions and actions of the individual. Human beings are autonomous creatures and independent entities unto themselves. Hence, the notion of imputed righteousness (the application of a foreign righteousness on another) struggles against the grain. Yet, the nature of reality foils this principle at every turn. In each stage of life, we experience the effects of others' actions on our lives in permanent and uncontrollable ways, just as we impose similar effects. In this lesson, Martin Luther comes face to face with the notion of imputed righteousness, a concept previously alien to him while under the auspices of the Roman Catholic Church.

What's Next


Meet the Hosts

R.C. & Lee

R.C. Sproul

R.C. Sproul is known for his ability to winsomely and clearly communicate deep, practical truths from God’s Word. He is founder and chairman of Ligonier Ministries, chancellor of the Ligonier Academy of Biblical and Theological Studies and co-pastor at Saint Andrew’s Chapel.

Lee Webb

Lee Webb is known for his tenured career in television journalism. He is now the vice president of broadcasting for Ligonier Ministries and host of Renewing Your Mind with R.C. Sproul. He is also an ordained elder in the Presbyterian Church in America.


Our Aim

God calls His people to be transformed by the renewing of their minds. This transformation of thinking God’s thoughts after Him is a daily pursuit. To aid you in this, Renewing Your Mind broadcasts a daily message and related resource offer that exposits the glories of God revealed in the Bible against the backdrop of culture, philosophy, apologetics, ethics, and church history. Think of it as bridging the gap between Sunday school and seminary—equipping you for the Christian life.

More About this Outreach ›

Is Renewing Your Mind a Blessing to You?

Help us reach more people