• Hedonism by

    What is the difference between the world’s view of pleasure and the Christian’s view of pleasure? Is it simply a question of moderation? Can we use pleasure to measure what is good? In this message, Dr. Sproul looks at an …

  • 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 …

  • Here and Now by

    How do you view the world around you? From what perspective do you stand as you look at life? Although the secularist will disagree, answers to these questions have eternal ramifications. In this message entitled “Here and Now,” Dr. Sproul …

  • 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 truthfulness …

  • How Does Truth Command Me? by

    What determines right and wrong? What determines ethics? What is the worst that could happen if we get the wrong answer to that question? Pondering these questions in this message, Dr. Sproul teaches us the necessity and source of good …

  • How Does Truth Relate to Me? by

    What does it mean to be human? What real difference is there between people and other creatures? What justifies your existence in this world? What gives you value and meaning?  Answering these questions of meaning and purpose, Dr. Sproul …

  • How Do We Know What We Know? by

    If you took a comprehensive knowledge inventory of your mind, you would probably discover that you know more than you thought you knew. On the other hand, you would probably discover deficiencies in areas where you thought you had knowledge …

  • How Do You Know? by

    How can you know that the world outside is not all in your head? Hear Dr. Sproul explain how we can be sure that the world we perceive is the world that is.

  • Humanism by

    What could possibly be wrong with the humanitarian concerns of humanism? At what points, if any, can Christianity agree with humanism? What happens when you mix them together? Is there some redeeming quality in humanism that we could use in …

  • Hume (Part 1) by

    It has happened countless times in your life. You woke up and the grass was wet from the rain the night before, or so you thought. How do know the rain caused the wetness on the grass? Perhaps it is …

  • Hume (Part 2) by

    Philosopher David Hume has caused many to rethink the law of causality. In essence, he concluded that we cannot really know the true causes of the effects we perceive in our world. So what effect does his conclusion have in …

  • Impractical Pragmatists by

  • I’ve Got Half a Mind Too by

    Our modern culture today is a theater of the absurd where irrationalism and relativism run rampant. We are told that Christianity may be “our truth,” but it isn’t everybody’s truth. In this message, Dr. Albert Mohler looks at …

  • Kant (Part 1) by

    Where is the beginning of knowledge? What must be in order for knowledge to be? Most of us don’t ponder questions like these, but philosophers like Immanuel Kant did. In the eighteenth century, he challenged the classical arguments for …

  • 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 …