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Help Me Interview R.C. Sproul

RC SproulIn a couple of weeks I am going to have an opportunity to interview R.C. Sproul. This isn’t something that comes along every day! I thought it would be interesting to have an open mic, so to speak, allowing those of you who read this site to suggest questions I may like to ask him.

So here is your chance to ask Dr. Sproul anything at all (anything at all within reason, of course). Let’s try to focus the questions on Sproul, his books, his ministry and perhaps some contemporary events. I don’t see this as an opportunity to ask him the general theological questions that have been bothering you. Let’s talk about him, his years of ministry, the books he has written, and maybe especially his most recent book, The Work of Christ, which I reviewed this morning. So go ahead and leave a comment with your question. To make things just a bit more interesting, I’ll try to find some copies of The Work of Christ for some of you whose questions end up being chosen.

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