• Defending the Faith by

    In his first epistle, Peter informs believers that we are to be always prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks us for a reason for the hope that is in us. In this day and age, the number …

  • Descartes by

    With all the opposing ideas in the world, how do you know which ones are right? How do know your thoughts are any closer to the truth than someone else’s? Are you sure you thought your thoughts through with …

  • Descartes and “Cause and Effect” by

    Many times a day, we think about doing things without actually doing those things. Then we have thoughts that manifest themselves in action. The question before us is how does thought translate into action? What is that connection between thought …

  • Don’t Answer a Fool, Answer a Fool by

  • Driven by Pleasure by

    What is the Christian view of pleasure? Is it simply a question of moderation? Can we use pleasure to measure what is good? Examining these questions in this message, Dr. Sproul looks at an ancient philosophy that is being enjoyed …

  • Economics by

    God does not define Himself by our economic and political terms. But that does not mean that God is not interested in economics. In fact, He is deeply concerned. Since some of the political and economical theorists have staked claims …

  • The Enlightenment (Part 1) by

    Kingdoms rise and fall. This fact of life has been proven again and again throughout world history. If we could only learn from history, perhaps we can finally find a way to sustain a perfect government that will usher in …

  • The Enlightenment (Part 2) by

    During the Enlightenment, many minds were at work to rid society of religion. One way was to disregard Scripture and use only what is observed in nature and deduced by reason as the means of understanding our place in this …

  • Existentialism by

    One particular worldview that finds its way into our lives is known as existentialism. It is hard to recognize because it is hard to define, but it is there nonetheless. So what is existentialism? What is so bad about it …

  • Faith and Reason by

    What reason can you give for having faith in God? Learn how the God revealed for us in Scripture is a rational being Who has created His creatures with the capacity of reason, as well as faith.

  • 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 …

  • 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 …

  • Government by

    How are Christians to obey Christ’s command to obey corrupt earthly governments? Do we unconditionally obey earthly governments in obedience to God? How does the Christian live out this dual citizenship? Under what conditions, if any, do we disobey our …

  • 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 …

  • Has Science Disproved the Existence of God by

    Recent years have witnessed a resurgence of attacks on the existence of God. Prominent atheist authors from Richard Dawkins to Sam Harris have written bestsellers denying the existence of God and mocking believers. One of their main arguments is that …