Lecture 34, Russell:
You don’t need to be master logician to feel the weight of the question. If everything must have a cause, then what caused God, and what caused the cause that caused God? Before we go too far, we need to re-examine something about our basic premise. Does everything have to have a cause? Continuing this series on the Consequences of Ideas, Dr. Sproul examines Bertrand Russell’s critiques against Christianity, and exposes the fundamental problems with those critiques.