RC Sproul is a Reformed theology feller so he and I wouldn’t agree on some things. However, the book I just read by him was pretty good. The Soul’s Quest for God was, ironically enough, all about the soul’s quest for God.
He talks about why the soul wants God, how the soul can be fed, the barriers that stop the soul from getting to God and the eternal destiny of the soul that finds God. He did a fine job I thought.
One problem I would have is that he got a bit carried away quoting Calvin and Edwards. If I wanted to read Calvin and Edwards, I would read Calvin and Edwards. Sproul gave some real good insights into a few passages that really opened them up for me, I wish he had done that more and left Calvin and Edwards in their own books.
I would also add that there were a few things I vehemently disagree with. Like the time he told me that church architecture was a means of grace. Huh?