• The Offense of the Gospel by

    There is a built-in offense to the Good News of Jesus Christ. This message will explore the reasons for the tension between Christians and non-Christians. Why are Jews, Hindus, Catholics, and other religious groups offended by our attempts to evangelize …

  • Opposing Foundations by ,

  • Part 1 by ,

    After the events of 9/11, Americans were made aware of the fastest growing religion in the world—Islam. Dr. Sproul and Mr. Abdul Saleeb look at the Islam religion to help us understand the foundational teachings of Islam. In this …

  • Part 2 by ,

    In the Islamic holy book, the Koran, you will find passages that refer to Jesus and testify that Jesus was a man who lived among the Jewish people and was a prophet sent from God to proclaim God’s word …

  • Part 3 by ,

    The three major religions of the world, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam have all had a hand in bloodshed of some kind as political and religious ideologies have been used to justify the killing of so many. So, what is the …

  • Part 4 by ,

    Part 4 of the series “The Dark Side of Islam” considers the actions of those who live consistently with the teachings of the Koran. Are the violent Islamic groups some kind of radical fringe movement that has taken the Koran …

  • Part 5 by ,

    In this series, “The Dark Side of Islam” has been discussed. But there is an even darker side to Islam—that is, Islam has no gospel. But the church does. How should the church respond? What should be our approach to …

  • Postmodernism and Christianity by

    The message will examine the ways in which postmodernism has influenced the church and the ways in which Christians are responding.

  • Postmodernism and Philosophy by

    This message will define postmodernism, summarize its basic views of knowledge, language, meaning, truth, etc., and explain why Christians should be familiar with it.

  • Postmodernism and Society by

    This message will explain the pervasive influence of postmodern thinking on every aspect of contemporary culture: politics, business, education, entertainment, etc.

  • 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 “post-evangelism”.

  • The Problem of Evil by

    As the Bible declares, God is infinitely holy, righteous, and perfect in all that He is and does. That being true, how do we account for the existence of evil in this world? Did God create evil? How could He …

  • The Problem of Evil by

    This message will focus on one of the most pressing challenges to Christianity, the problem of evil. 

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  • The Psychology of Atheism by

    Answers to questions concerning the existence of God are continually demanded by atheists. Why is that? Is it that not all of the atheist’s questions have been answered? Actually, they have all the answers they need, and they understand them …