• God’s Design for Creation (Pre-Conference) Media Resource by

    One of the tragic effects of the fall is that men and women seek to serve the creature rather than the Creator. In this session, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey reflects upon current cultural challenges to a biblical worldview in light of God’s design for creation. View Resource

  • Given for Beauty Media Resource by

    Surely it is significant that the first individuals in Scripture said to be filled with the Holy Spirit were Bezalel and Oholiab (Ex. 31:1–11), craftsmen tasked with executing God’s plans for building and furnishing the tabernacle. Our God loves beauty, and in this session, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson will explore the role of the Holy Spirit in creation, in recreation, and His focus on beauty both in the created order and in His beautifying the saints through sanctification. View Resource

  • Homo Faber Media Resource by

    One of the first commands that God gave to human beings was for us to work and keep the garden of Eden (Gen. 2:15). Labor is a good ordained by the Lord, and men and women are to work to further the glory of God in creation. In this lecture, Dr. R.C. Sproul will explore God’s call for mankind to work, especially as it relates to bearing God’s image. Discussing our important role as stewards of His creation, he will remind us of our vocation to work in His world toward productivity and beauty. View Resource

  • Rock of Ages & the Age of Rocks Media Resource by

    The contemporary media portrays the relationship between science and Christianity as one of perpetual conflict and warfare. But it was not always so, as many of the most prominent scientists in history were faithful Christians. In this message, Dr. Stephen Meyer explains why the two, when properly understood, are not in conflict and reminds us that Scripture and creation can never ultimately contradict each other. View Resource

  • Why Does the Universe Look So Old? Media Resource by

    Many Christians believe that the universe is only 6,000 years old. Others say that all observations of God’s creation indicate that it is much older. In this lecture, Dr. Albert Mohler will explain the difference between general and special revelation and the difference between both types of revelation and human interpretations of that revelation. He will also discuss how these facts should inform our approach to questions of science and faith. View Resource

  • Chance: The Modern Myth Media Resource by

    What are the chances that chance is a variable in the making of the universe? How much chance do you need to remove God from the equation? Discussing “Chance: The Modern Myth” in this message, Dr. Sproul exposes one of the greatest myths of our modern times. View Resource

  • Faith & Reason Media Resource by

    How reasonable is your faith? Is faith something outside of the realm of reason? How does science help the theologian understand the Bible? In this message entitled “Faith and Reason,” Dr. Sproul explains the reasonableness of faith and how the scientific method should be used by anyone pursuing truth. View Resource

  • The Necessity of God’s Existence Media Resource by

    Perhaps you have heard it said that since everything needs a cause, then God Himself must need a cause. But there is a built-in flaw in that argument. Does God need a cause according to the law of causality? In this message, Dr. Sproul exposes some of the logical fallacies people have committed in their efforts to do away with “The Necessity of God’s Existence.” View Resource

  • Saving the Phenomena Media Resource by

    Through millennia, numerous philosophical and mathematical theories have attempted to explain the predictability of the physical universe. What does all of this have to do with salvation? Why would a Christian pay such close attention to the ever-changing world of science? In this message entitled “Saving the Phenomena,” Dr. Sproul helps us understand the need for Christians to understand the world God created. View Resource

  • Truth & Its Contrary Media Resource by

    Searching for the truth, scientists have found its contrary and embraced it. Are physicists and other scientists allowed to operate outside the realm of reason? Can good science be logical and illogical at the same time and in the same relationship? The answer is unequivocally no. In this message entitled “Truth and Its Contrary,” Dr. Sproul examines some of the ways science steps out of reason to search for truth. View Resource

  • What Is Chance? Media Resource by

    Scientists are working hard on figuring out the origin of the universe. It seems that everything was all a matter of time and chance. But upon careful scrutiny, that notion seems to jump from non-being straight into nonsense. What is the chance that everything came into being through time and chance? In this message, Dr. Sproul explains some of the fundamental laws of logic that will not permit nonsense into the arena of science. View Resource