• The Renaissance Revolution by

    It seems that in our day, people choose the authority of science and philosophy over theology. But this is not a new thing. The seeds were planted long ago in Western thought during the Renaissance. Looking at “The Renaissance Revolution …

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  • Two Kinds of Being by

    There are only two kinds of beings in existence today. One of them is not necessary. Which kind are you? Listen as Dr. Sproul explains the fundamental difference between “Two Kinds of Beings”

  • Whatever Works by

    Is there anything practical about being pragmatic? What are the long term benefits of pragmatism? Is there anything of Christian value in this philosophy? In this message entitled “Whatever Works,” Dr. Sproul uncovers the impracticality of this American-made philosophy as …

  • What Is Beyond the Physical? by

    In the quest for the origin of things, it is necessary to look beyond our material world. To know the right answers, we must know the right questions. What is ultimate reality? Why is there something rather than nothing? In …

  • What is the Mind? by

    What is the difference between instinct and thought? In this message Dr. Sproul will help us understand what it means to have a Christian mind.

  • What Is Truth? by

    Truth seems to be a rare commodity these days in the marketplace of ideas. But we aren’t the only ones in history who have seen truth under attack. The prophet Jeremiah faced opposition when he tried to proclaim truth …

  • When Man Is God by

    Tracing the genealogy of humanism through the centuries, we see a long line of philosophers who have ensured the next generation of humanists. But humanism’s founding father hasn’t been given the recognition he is due. Who is the …

  • Who Is the Truth? by

    In the development of a solid Christian worldview, we need a solid foundation. Unfortunately, many have not done that. As a result, many corners of modern Christianity resemble the religions of the world. Where is the church in here thinking …

  • Why Does God Allow So Much Suffering and Evil by

    One of the most pressing challenges to Christianity is the problem of evil. Unbelievers are quick to ask how Christians can believe in the existence of a good God in the face of so much evil. In this session, Dr …