• The Bible and Apologetics (part 1) by

    Wouldn’t it be right to say that the proper starting point in apologetics is the defense of sacred Scripture?  In Part 1 of “The Bible and Apologetics”, Dr. Sproul shows that the first thing to do is to establish …

  • The Bible and Apologetics (part 2) by

    Do I trust my judgment and the corporate wisdom of psychologists and psychiatrists over the Bible as a source of ultimate truth? In part 2 of “The Bible and Apologetics”, Dr. Sproul deals with the sacred Scriptures and the question …

  • The Bible and Apologetics (part 4) by

    Jesus himself, makes a claim that no human teacher ought ever to make unless it’s a true claim. He says, “I say nothing on My own authority, but what the Father reveals to Me I declare to You.” Here …

  • God of the Bible vs. God of Philosophy by

    There is so much about God that is beyond our comprehension. But does this make God unknowable? If not, is it possible that some of the philosophers caught a glimpse of our Creator? Continuing this series of “Defending Your Faith …

  • Necessary Being by

    If you ask an atheist how the universe came into being, the most likely answer will have something to do with a Big Bang a long, long time ago. However, Dr. Sproul exposes that the atheist has more homework to …

  • Vanity of Vanity by

    Without Christ, without hope,” this statement is one that we draw from the writer of Ecclesiastes’ verse, “Vanity of vanity – all is vanity.”  In this portion of the series Dr. Sproul talks about the meaning behind this Old Testament verse …

  • 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 …

  • Self-Existence by

    How can God always be? Is the idea of a God who always was a nonsensical notion? When the finite mind collides with infinite categories and questions like this, wonder can turn to struggle, struggle to doubt, and then finally …

  • Self-Creation (part 2) by

    What are the chances that something other than God created the universe?  Many people in the field of science have reduced the idea of creation to religious fable. And there are many in the church who are intimidated by seemingly …

  • Self-Creation (part 1) by

    How do you prove to unbelievers the reality of Genesis 1:1? One way to do so is by showing them the irrational alternatives. In this message, Dr. Sproul exposes some of these irrational alternatives people resort to when denying …

  • The Case for God by

    Does God exist? If your answer is yes, then, can you prove it? Many Christians don’t know where to even begin to do this. Continuing the series “Defending Your Faith,” Dr. Sproul looks at some of the different approaches …

  • Aquinas vs. Kant by

    In Kant’s critique he touches on the concept of classical synthesis and gives a comprehensive critique of the traditional arguments for the existence of God. His was an attack against Thomas Aquinas’ view of natural theology. Here Dr. Sproul …

  • The Illusion of Descartes by

    Dr. Sproul takes the time to repeat the four principles from the previous lecture and look at each one in greater detail. The first is that it is an illusion, the second one is that it is self-created, the third …

  • 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 …

  • 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 …