• Christ the Only Way by

    How will you survive the judgment of God? Why should God let you into heaven? In short, what is the gospel? In this message, young people were asked the above questions, and like so many, young people are depending on …

  • His Word is Truth by

    Among all the points of contention among unbelievers about God’s Word, is there anything that is undisputed? Is there something that even the Bible’s critics agree on? If so, how does that fact silence all other arguments against …

  • The God Who Is There by

    How can we get from where we are to the conclusion that God exists? Are there any signs of Him ever being here? Continuing this series “Ultimate Issues,” Dr. Sproul affirms with the Apostle Paul that we can know “The …

  • Only Two Worldviews by

    What is the difference between people and animals? Where does the idea of human value come from? On issues of ultimacy what do you base your ideas on? Where do you get your concept of right and wrong; meaning and …

  • The Great Divide by

    No matter what corner of the church you go to, you will find doctrines that cause division. Perhaps it is time we put away these doctrinal differences for the sake of peace and unity.  Let the love of Jesus be …

  • Suppressing the Truth by

    The Bible declares that there is truth, and any distortion of it is called a lie. The Apostle Paul teaches us that God is more than displeased with a particular lie that is intrinsic to our fallen human nature. How …

  • Questions and Answers by

    What is the truth about technological breakthroughs regarding the advancement of the gospel? Is there any benefit for the Kingdom of God by using these new visually stimulating technologies for the gospel’s sake? Dr. Sproul considers these questions, and …

  • 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.

  • God in Space and Time by

    Critics have long charged Christianity with being a mythological religion, and the effects of their propaganda have trickled down through some of the most notable seminaries. Is Christianity a syncretistic religion, borrowing from the pagan culture? If not, what makes …

  • Modern Philosophers by

    Philosophies such as Positivism, Pragmatism, Pluralism, and Relativism have been let loose to roam the halls of our schools, workplaces, and, yes, even our churches. So how do we deal with them? The first thing we must do is identify …

  • Kierkegaard by

    During a moment of existential decision, have you ever passionately committed yourself to the Christ of Scripture? This is probably not a question you have heard before, yet it is critical that we understand it correctly. Have you taken the …

  • Hegel by

    The traditional view of God is that he is a perfect being. In fact, one early church theologian described God as the most perfect being, for lack of a better term. But later the idea of God progressing entered the …

  • Kant (Part 2) by

    Do our speculations about God lead us into the realm of contradictions? Is it possible to rationally come to the conclusion that God exists from our findings in the phenomenal realm? In essence, can we know God exists theoretically? Emmanuel …

  • Marx by

    Are you a productive member of society? Are you getting a fair wage for your work?  Sometimes it seems that the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. Is there something wrong with the way we measure the value …

  • Sartre and Heidegger by

    What is it that truly makes you human? What is the greatest threat to your humanness? Anthropology, the study of man, is anything but a unified discipline. Where we end up with our conclusions depends on where we start with …