• A Bruised Reed by

    We don’t have to look beyond our own churches to see Christians fighting amongst themselves over all kinds of issues. What is the proper way to respond to Christian brothers and sisters when we are in disagreement with them …

  • Anselm by

    Is God the greatest conceivable being you can think of? Of course He is. But how do we prove the God of our thinking is actually a being in reality. Early Christian thinker, Anselm, wrote down his thoughts on this …

  • Aquinas (Part 1) by

    You can’t read about human DNA in the Bible and you can’t study God’s plan of redemption under a microscope. Does that mean science and faith contradict each other? Are there two different kinds of truth in …

  • Aquinas (Part 2) by

    When we think about the awesome nature of God, we may be tempted to say the words can’t describe it. Is God so far above us that He transcends all human language? How does the knowledge of the infinite …

  • Aristotle (Part 1) by

    Why do acorns produce oak trees instead of something else? It may seem like a ridiculous question to our biblically informed ears, but the early philosophers of the ancient world were the acting scientists of their day trying to understand …

  • Aristotle (Part 2) by

    What is the necessary instrument for knowledge? What instrument is employed to make sense of it all? How does knowledge enter the mind? How is it interpreted? In this message, Dr. Sproul looks at these questions and teaches us about …

  • Art by

    The history of art is replete with works created to the glory of God. But what does God think about art? How should the people of God respond to art? Should we have it in our churches? Can we paint …

  • Augustine by

    Many times we realize when our senses fail us, but how many times have they failed us, and we didn’t know it? How can we be sure we can trust our senses? Pondering these questions may leave one sceptical …

  • A World Without Truth by

    The world appears to be radically different since that horrific morning on 9/11. We were awakened to enemies in our midst that were otherwise unnoticed. Yet we still have a greater enemy lurking in our streets. Unfortunately, the Homeland …

  • Being and Transcendence by

    Is it necessary to look outside the universe to find the origin of the universe? Listen as Dr. Sproul explains the irrationality of believing in an uncreated universe.

  • Berkeley and Empiricism by

    If a tree falls in the forest and there is no one there to hear it, does it still make a sound? You’ve probably heard that question before and you just might have passed it off as just another …

  • 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 …

  • Crisis in the 18th Century (Part 1) by

    How do you know what is real? If you are relying on your five senses to supply you with answer, remember, there are many things in this world that cannot be seen, heard, or tasted. Yet even if you could …

  • Crisis in the 18th Century (Part 2) by

    What is the color of anything when the lights are out? As we try to understand the material world around us, how much can we rely on our senses? Questions like these occupied the minds of eighteenth century empiricists as …

  • 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 …