• How Should We Think Because of Christmas (Part 1) by

    In “How We Should Think Because of Christmas,” Dr. Sproul gives us an unexpected message for Christmas, as he looks at the twenty-seventh chapter of first Samuel, and David’s words: “Now I shall perish someday by the hand of …

  • The First Gifts of Christmas (Part 2) by

    What can the gifts from the Magi tell us about the baby born that first Christmas morning? What is so special about gold, frankincense and myrrh? The answer is not so much in their intrinsic value; rather, their value is …

  • Economics by

    God does not define Himself by our economic and political terms. But that does not mean that God is not interested in economics. In fact, He is deeply concerned. Since some of the political and economical theorists have staked claims …

  • Science by

    Have you ever tried to scale the Kantian wall that separates God from human reason?  Living on this side of the Kantian wall, many that do believe in a creator say they cannot prove their belief with science. Is the …

  • Pragmatism by

    Whether you are a single mom, business executive, politician, or church volunteer, you may have succumbed to the seduction of a very attractive philosophy—Pragmatism. We are sometimes convinced that being practical and being pragmatic are practically the same. But …

  • Government by

    How are Christians to obey Christ’s command to obey corrupt earthly governments? Do we unconditionally obey earthly governments in obedience to God? How does the Christian live out this dual citizenship? Under what conditions, if any, do we disobey …

  • Existentialism by

    One particular worldview that finds its way into our lives is known as existentialism. It is hard to recognize because it is hard to define, but it is there nonetheless. So what is existentialism? What is so bad about it …

  • Secularism by

    What kind of worldview do you have? Would you know if you had anti-Christian worldview elements in your own worldview? Could you identify them? Starting this new series on the Christian Worldview, Dr. Sproul helps us identify the competing worldviews …

  • Art by

    The history of art is replete with works created to the glory of God. But what does God think about art? How should the people of God respond to art? Should we have it in our churches? Can we paint …

  • Hedonism by

    What is the difference between the world’s view of pleasure and the Christian’s view of pleasure? Is it simply a question of moderation? Can we use pleasure to measure what is good? In this message, Dr. Sproul looks …

  • Pluralism and Relativism by

    Who gives value to values, truth to truths and purpose to purposes? According to the relativist, there are approximately six billion answers to that question—that is, six billion potentially different and opposing ideas about truth; and according to the …

  • Positivism by

    We derive our code of conduct from Scripture, the Word of God. But there are others in this world who embrace a particular principle that says God is meaningless, and all your talk about Him is likewise meaningless. That is …

  • Literature by

    What is the Christian perspective on literature? Can a Christian enjoy a good novel every now and again? Is there such a thing as a “good” novel? In this message, Dr. Sproul answers these questions and he discusses essential criteria …

  • The Wedding Day (Part 1) by

    With the divorce rate within the church the same as in the world, it is safe to assume that people across the board are losing their reverence for the institution of marriage. What happened to the vows that we had …

  • The Husband Cherishes by

    The Bible calls the husband to love his wife as much as Christ loves the church. Yet the Apostle Paul calls husbands to love their wives by using an infinitely lower standard. In fact, that same standard of love applies …