• Analogical Language (part 2) by

    In the study of apologetics , Dr. Sproul shows us the fourth aspect of basic necessary conditions for knowledge-the principle of the analogical use of language.  This is probably the one that seems the most esoteric perhaps to the layperson who …

  • Analogical Language (part 1) by

    In the study of apologetics , Dr. Sproul shows us the fourth aspect of basic necessary conditions for knowledge-the principle of the analogical use of language.  This is probably the one that seems the most esoteric perhaps to the layperson who …

  • Mystery by

    Can we penetrate the depths of the concept of the Trinity? What about the incarnation of Jesus, where there is one person with two complete natures? We are now introducing a category about which Dr. Sproul would say that it …

  • Natural Theology (part 1) by

    Natural theology is a very important idea that is central to the historic defense of Christianity. Dr. Sproul says in this message that in the twentieth century, this aspect of theology has come under severe attack and many theologians and …

  • Natural Theology (part 2) by

    Dr. Sproul continues the study on natural theology. In “Natural Theology”, Dr. Sproul defines the term natural theology and then looks at some historical principles that have developed concerning the principle.

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  • Law of Causality by

    Throughout history the “Law of Casuality”, 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 …

  • Pre-Evangelism by

    Dr. Sproul, explains that, even though only the Holy Spirit can change a person’s heart and mind (bring them to repentance), we see the very important dimension of apologetics in what he calls “pre-evangelism” and also what we call …

  • Reliability of Sense Perception by

    This message takes a look at the critical analysis of causality that was offered by the eighteenth century Scot’s philosopher, David Hume. Under his analysis, he said this:  that what we observe when we see things happening around us …

  • Why Apologetics? by

    Is it necessary to defend your faith? First Peter 3:15 tells us that it is. But is defending the faith a matter of giving historical and archaeological evidences for the dependability of the Bible, or giving rational arguments using …

  • Introduction by

    There is one thing all unbelievers have in common—unbelief. But there are many types of unbelievers. There are those unbelievers who cling to a false religious system. Yet while others have no well thought out reasons, there are many …

  • Christ: God and Man by ,

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