• An Interview with Dr. Gerstner by ,

    What was the occasion of your conversion? When did you have your first personal encounter with God? In this special message, Dr. Sproul and Dr. John Gerstner talk about Gerstner’s personal account, and his life as a Christian.

  • Introduction by ,

  • 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 who …

  • Irenaeus by

    In the second century, the church was losing her tradition to false teachers. As a response, Ireneus rose up and called the church back to her sacred tradition. What was so sacred about that tradition? How tightly should you hold …

  • Is God or Man Sovereign? by ,

    How do we reconcile God’s sovereignty with man’s free will? Unfortunately, many in the church have offered answers that do not stand up to logic. While many others have charged that either God’s sovereignty negates human freedom …

  • Is Jesus the Only Way? by

    Religious pluralism is one of the greatest challenges facing Christianity in today’s world. Is Jesus Christ just one way among many valid paths to God? In this message, Dr. John MacArthur explains how pluralism conflicts with the exclusive claims of …

  • Islam and Violence by

  • Is the Bible Inspired by God? by ,

    How do we know the Bible is the inspired word of God? Is it because the Bible claims to be the Word of God? The Koran and the book of Mormon also make the same claim. What other source can …

  • Is the Doctrine of Inerrancy Defensible? by

    For centuries orthodox Christians have taught that the Holy Scriptures are inerrant. Skeptics, on the other hand, claim that this doctrine is meaningless, saying that the doctrine of inerrancy has died the death of a thousand qualifications. How should Christians …

  • Is There a God? by ,

    How many times have you heard atheists say that they do not believe in God because they believe in the Big Bang theory? Somewhere in that reasoning are unchallenged assumptions about the matter, or material, that makes up the universe …

  • Jesus the Redeemer (Pt. 1) by

  • Jesus the Redeemer (Pt. 2) by

  • 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 …

  • 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 …

  • Law of Contradiction by