• Confirming Christ by Experience by

  • Contradiction and Paradox by

    How do you answer a person who says that the Trinity is an illogical concept? Does the Bible teach contradictions? Before answering that, it is best to make sure we mean the same thing when we say contradiction. In this …

  • Counting it All Joy by

    Jesus says: “Do not marvel, my brethren, if the world hates you” (1 John 3:13). Yet He also taught us to “rejoice, and be glad, for your reward in heaven is great, for in the same way they persecuted …

  • Defending the Faith by

    In his first epistle, Peter informs believers that we are to be always prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks us for a reason for the hope that is in us. In this day and age, the number …

  • Does God Exist? by

  • Doubting Castle by

  • Do you Really Need a Savior? by

    Why is it that some people feel the need for a Savior while others don’t? Is placing faith in Christ as Savior just another option people are free to accept or reject, with no consequence? In this message, Dr …

  • Faith and Reason by

    This message will examine the relationship between faith and reason, with a focus on the significance of logic. 

  • Faith & Reason by

    How reasonable is your faith? Is faith something outside of the realm of reason? How does science help the theologian understand the Bible? In this message entitled “Faith and Reason,” Dr. Sproul explains the reasonableness of faith and how …

  • Five Errors by

    There are many obstacles that prohibit us from understanding God’s Word and many of them reside within our selves. We commit errors of all kinds when we handle the Word of God. In order to deal with these errors effectively …

  • For Though They Knew by

  • Four Possibilities by

    Dr. Sproul spends this lecture giving us a presentation on how the classical method would proceed to try to establish proof for the existence of God. To do so he follows a method that, in its basic form, was first …

  • Four Steps Backward by

  • From Visible to Invisible by

    One of the attributes of God is that He is invisible. Not only that, He cannot be experienced by any of our five senses. So, how can we be sure that there is a God? In this message, Dr. Sproul …

  • Getting Started by