• To See or Not to See by

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  • We Don’t Need No Education by

    At one time, Christians, particularly Reformed Christians, were the intellectual leaders in America, but this is no longer the case. We are largely marginalized and have abdicated intellectual leadership to secularists. In this message, Dr. Robert Godfrey examines the role …

  • Whatever Works by

    Is there anything practical about being pragmatic? What are the long term benefits of pragmatism? Is there anything of Christian value in this philosophy? In this message entitled “Whatever Works,” Dr. Sproul uncovers the impracticality of this American-made philosophy as …

  • What Is Evil & Where Did It Come From? by

    Many skeptics have challenged the consistency of the Christian worldview, arguing that evil could not have originated in a universe created by a wholly good God. Therefore, since evil exists, the universe could not have been created by a wholly …

  • When Man Is God by

    Tracing the genealogy of humanism through the centuries, we see a long line of philosophers who have ensured the next generation of humanists. But humanism’s founding father hasn’t been given the recognition he is due. Who is the …

  • When Worlds Collide by

    Truth is coherent, and we weaken our defense of it when we deal with issues in an atomistic manner. In order to regain our Christian mind, we have to have a coherent, fully-orbed Christian worldview. In this message, Dr. Del …