Lecture 27, Kant (Part 1):
Where is the beginning of knowledge? What must be in order for knowledge to be? Most of us don’t ponder questions like these, but philosophers like Immanuel Kant did. In the eighteenth century, he challenged the classical arguments for the existence of God. The effects of his critique are still felt today. In this message, Dr. Sproul teaches us Kant’s thoughts that ultimately caused one of the most significant revolutions in world history.