• Kant (Part 2) by

    Do our speculations about God lead us into the realm of contradictions? Is it possible to rationally come to the conclusion that God exists from our findings in the phenomenal realm? In essence, can we know God exists theoretically? Emmanuel …

  • Kant’s Moral Argument by

    Here we look at some of the considerations that we find in the New Testament with respect to the moral argument. Kant gave his famous moral argument for the existence of God, telling “that every single person in the world …

  • Keeping God’s Law by

    The Bible teaches that if you break one part of the Law, you have broken the whole Law. Jesus explained that anger towards our brother is murder in our hearts, and that lusting after someone is committing adultery in our …

  • Keeping the Pledge by

    When we take a pledge we are expected to keep it because there are others who are expecting and planning on us to follow through. But are we to keep our promises unconditionally? Is there ever a situation when we …

  • Kierkegaard by

    During a moment of existential decision, have you ever passionately committed yourself to the Christ of Scripture? This is probably not a question you have heard before, yet it is critical that we understand it correctly. Have you taken the …

  • The Kingdom of God by

    The Kingdom of God is a predominant theme throughout Scripture. John the Baptist announced the coming of the King, and when He came, Jesus preached on the Kingdom throughout His entire ministry. But when exactly will the Kingdom come? What …

  • The King Shall Come by

    In this Advent message entitled “The King Shall Come,” Dr. Sproul shows that the success of our King is not based on a piece of land, or anything else in creation, but on Himself.

  • The King Without a Shadow by

    We all have them, but where do our shadows come from? James writes in his epistle that we serve a God who has no shadow of turning in Him. What does that mean to us? Can we ever escape our …

  • Knowing Each Other by

    How well do you know your spouse? Did he or she suddenly change after you got married? In this message, Dr. Sproul addresses this common problem and stresses the importance of “Knowing Each Other” as he gives some “road-tested” methods …

  • Knowing the Will of God by

    Before we can understand the answer to the question: “How can I know the will of God for my life?,” we must understand the question itself. What do we mean when we say the will of God? In this …

  • Knowing Your Spouse by

    How well do you really know your spouse? Did he or she suddenly change after you got married? Does it feel like you are married to a stranger? Do you think you know your spouse perfectly? If you answered yes …

  • Knowledge of God by

    The fundamental principle when discussing “The Knowledge of God”, is that while our knowledge of God is neither exhaustive nor comprehensive, we do have a meaningful way of speaking about Him. God has addressed to us in our terms, and …

  • Language, Logic, and God by

    What is it that separates us from animals, and why are the pragmatists ignoring it? Actually there are many things that separate us from the animal kingdom. This is recognized even among the pragmatic educators of our day. So why …

  • Last Supper by

    In the Old Testament, the Passover lamb distinguished the people of God from the unbelieving Egyptians. The Passover also marked Israel’s redemption from Egypt. The Old Testament prophets described the future redemption of Israel in terms of a new exodus …

  • Law of Causality by

    Throughout history the “Law of Causality,” has been used to argue for the existence of God by reasoning from the appearance of this world back to an adequate or sufficient cause that would explain this world or this universe. The …