• 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 …

  • Mere Existence by

    Are you looking for purpose in life? Are you looking for meaning in your existence? In search for the meaning of life, philosophers have developed systems to make sense of life’s perplexing questions. Then came existentialism. But what are …

  • Mind and Body by

    Do you have assurance of your salvation? How do you know that it is not a false assurance? In this message, Dr. Sproul teaches us that assurance is not only possible, but how we can gain it.

  • Misbehaving Behaviorists by

  • 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 …

  • Monism and Pluralism by

    Unaided by Scripture, the pre-Socractic philosophers embarked on a quest for ultimate reality. How did we get here? What is the source of all things? What gives reality purpose and harmony?  Their answers were interesting, to say the least. In …

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  • Nietzsche by

    Where do you find your meaning? If you are a Christian, then you know it comes from God. Yet many people believe that meaning and purpose do not come from God. So what is their answer to life’s deepest …

  • 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 …

  • Parmenides, Heraclitus, and Zeno by

    What are you and what are you becoming? Are you the same person you were ten years ago? If not, then who are you? How can we be the same but different? Apply these questions to the cosmos, and the …

  • Pascal by

    Often we use our imagination as a means of temporary escape from the pressures of life. We dream of an ideal world in which we are free from pain, suffering, and even death. But Ponce de Leon never did find …

  • Plato (Part 1) by

    All of us should know what a person is when we see one. But if you were asked to give a definition of a person that captured the essence of personhood to the exclusion of all other creatures, what would …

  • Plato (Part 2) by

    What is the difference between opinion and knowledge? Everyone has an opinion about something. But what is that opinion based on? Perhaps we don’t really know anything, but rather, we only think we know things, and based on that …

  • Plotinus and Neo-Platonism by

    In Christian thought, we derive our being from the ultimate personal, rational, and volitional Being—God. But not everyone assumes that the God who exists is a being. Continuing this study on philosophy and its consequences in our lives, Dr …

  • Pluralism and Relativism by

    Who gives value to values, truth to truths and purpose to purposes? According to the relativist, there are approximately six billion answers to that question—that is, six billion potentially different and opposing ideas about truth; and according to the …