• Against the Claims of Atheism by

    In our age, as in every other age, there are those who deny the existence of God. Recent years have witnessed the rise of a particularly militant form of atheism, represented in the writings of authors such as Richard Dawkins …

  • The Disappearance of God by

    G.K. Chesterton once said that when people stop believing in God, they don’t believe in nothing, they believe in anything. The rejection of Christianity by our culture has resulted in a spiritual vacuum that is being filled by …

  • If There Is a God, Why Are There Atheists? by

  • Enemies of God by

    What drives the atheist to the conclusion that God does not exist? Is it the desire to know objective truth, or something else? In this message entitled “Enemies of God,” Dr. Sproul re-affirms why the atheist tries so hard to …

  • The Autonomy of Man by

    Dr. Sproul takes the time to discuss that when we look back to the Biblical account of the fall of mankind, theologians characteristically describe the principle motive for man’s first sin as the pursuit or the quest for autonomy. 

  • Hiding from the God Who Sees by

    Atheistic philosopher, Jean Paul Sartre concluded that if man exists, then God cannot exist. How did Sartre come to such a conclusion? Dr. Sproul answers that question in this message, “Hiding from the God Who Sees.” 

  • Exchanging the Truth for a Lie by

    As the Apostle Paul tells us in the opening chapter of the book of Romans, God has already given everyone the most important knowledge that could be known. But what people have done with that knowledge has been made evident …

  • The Excuse of Ignorance by

  • Creating God in Man’s Image by

    Are our ideas of God and heaven the creation of an overactive imagination? Has man taken the ability of self-reflection and expression too far? The atheist thinks so. In this message, “Creating God in Man’s Image,” Dr. Sproul considers …

  • The Bondage of Religion by

    Continuing the study on the 19-century scholars, Dr. Sproul highlights the most famous of the critics of that time: Karl Marx. In “The Bondage of Religion,” Marx argued that religion was invented by the ruling classes to keep the masses …

  • Fearing the God Who Is by

    Christians are to have a healthy fear of God; one of reverence and awe before His majesty. Why do we fear or dread God’s perfection and His holiness? We find that in “Fearing the God Who Is,” Dr. Sproul …

  • Naked Before God by

    The concept of being “naked” is one that is sensitive to us. We see that when we are naked, we are exposed and vulnerable.  In this message, Dr. Sproul shows the different uses in Scripture for the term “naked” and …

  • Suppressing the Truth by

    We see in Romans chapter one that God’s passionate anger was turned towards the evil deeds of that day. Is God’s passionate wrath going to turn on a people and nation that denies the truths of the scripture …

  • Faulty Logic and Sense Perception by

    In the previous lecture, Dr. Sproul stated four reasons why intelligent people come to differing conclusions about major issues such as the existence of God. In this message, Dr. Sproul discusses why we are prone to making errors in reasoning …

  • The Nature of Religion by

    Is the origin of religion rooted in some deep and dark psychological need within the human heart? Dr. Sproul discusses the destructive thought of Professor Sigmund Freud, the atheistic philosopher, and how it has influenced the way people think of …