• Moral Relativism by

    Do you have the legal right to break God’s law? In many places, people have no rights granted by their government, while in others they are granted certain legal rights. But the rights granted by earthly authorities and those …

  • The Basis of Ethics by

  • Ethics and Morality by

    When it comes to deciding what we ought to do and what we ought not to do, most people use a standard far below the law of God. What is your standard? How do you define ethics and morality? In …

  • The Ethics of Jesus and the Law of God by

    Did Jesus criticize the Law of God? Does the Sermon on the Mount contradict the Mosaic Law? Dr. Sproul clears this confusion in this message as he explains the perfect harmony between “The Ethics of Jesus and the Law of …

  • When to War by

  • Ethics for Situations by

    What is the difference between the ethical standards of the world today and those of the church? Do the lifestyle choices of people in and outside of the church reflect a shared ethical standard? In this message entitled “Ethics for …

  • What About Those Who Demand Their Rights? by

    What exactly do people mean when they say every woman has a right to her own body? The abortion issue seems to be the flagship of the woman’s rights movement. How often do you hear that a woman has …

  • What Is the Relationship of Church & State? by

    What happens when the state fails to be the state? That is – what happens when the state refuses to protect its citizens? Does the church have the right to speak out? More importantly, is the church obligated to speak out? 

  • What Is Your Verdict? by

    The evidence has been presented. The arguments have been made. Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, have you reached a verdict? 

  • When Does Life Begin? by

    Pivotal to the Roe versus Wade decision was the question of whether a fetus is a real person who possesses certain inalienable rights that are protected under the U. S. Constitution. Since that decision made more than 30 years ago …

  • How Sacred Is Human Life? by

    Emanuel Kant said that the sacredness of life was self-evident. The framers of the Declaration of Independence shared his conviction as they wrote, “We hold these truths to be self-evident …” Now, things that are self-evident theoretically need no explanation, but …

  • What Are the Key Issues? by

    On January 22, 1973, a decision came from the courts of the United States that legalized abortion on demand. Since then, this country has been split over the legitimacy of the Roe v. Wade decision. Is abortion murder? Is a …