• Reason Against Reasons (Part 3) by

  • Reason to Believe by

    Every so often, someone asks us to give a reason for the faith we posses. Are you prepared for such an occasion? Are you ready to explain and defend what you believe about God and matters of faith? In this …

  • Relatively Relativist by

  • 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 …

  • Rightly Dividing (Part 1) by

    How can we know if we are reading the Bible as it was meant to be read? Is there a simple test we can apply to our reading experience to find that out? Dr. Sinclair Ferguson explains common ways in …

  • Rightly Dividing (Part 2) by

    Do you know how to read the Bible? Is there a key to unravel the mysteries that are locked in its pages? Some can read the Bible one-hundred times a year and miss out on so much of what God …

  • Rude Awakening by

    The Bible says that all have sinned, and all who have sinned are spiritually dead. How can we be awakened from this death? Sin has left us in a state of utter helplessness as our sin has driven us far …

  • Saving the Phenomena by

    Through millennia, numerous philosophical and mathematical theories have attempted to explain the predictability of the physical universe. What does all of this have to do with salvation? Why would a Christian pay such close attention to the ever-changing world of …

  • Secularism by

    How do we solve our ethical problems that are so closely tied to religion in the secular arena? In this concluding message of the series Battle for Our Minds, Dr. Sproul traces the effects of the Enlightenment to our very …

  • 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 …

  • 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-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 …

  • Something Is Eternal by

    Why can’t we just suppose that the universe was always here? Why must we assume God made it? These questions may intimidate you, but rest assured, there is a logical and reasonable response to those who assume the eternality …

  • The Attack on the Bible by

    In the book of Genesis, we read of the war that began all wars. Ever since that dreadful day, we have been living with the fallout of a bad answer to a simple question: Has God said? That question has …

  • The Authenticity of Scripture by ,