• Laws about Conflict Media Resource by

    Deuteronomy 21

    In this lesson, by examining Deuteronomy 20–21, Dr. Godfrey provides cultural and contextual understanding for several laws that may seem unrelated or not make sense to a modern reader. He then builds a bridge from the Old Testament to the New Testament to show how understanding these laws sheds light on the life and death of Jesus Christ. View Resource

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    Joshua 2:1-21

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  • Kant’s Moral Argument Media Resource by

    Romans 1:28-32

    Here we look at some of the considerations that we find in the New Testament with respect to the moral argument. Kant gave his famous moral argument for the existence of God, saying that every single person in the world has an inherent sense of right and wrong. We find that people don’t want God but they still want morality, but what Kant is saying here is that you can’t have both. View Resource

  • The Razor’s Edge Media Resource by

    Without question there are certain issues in life that are either black or white. That is, they are either right or wrong. But what about those areas that seem unclear? How does a Christian live in the tension of those gray areas with a clear conscience? Beginning this series on Building a Christian Conscience, Dr. Sproul teaches us principles God has given us in Scripture to make right decisions. View Resource

  • Foundation of Ethics Media Resource by

    Every day we make ethical decisions. Many issues we face are relatively simple. They are what we call black and white. Then there are issues that don’t seem to be so clear. What is the foundation of ethics?  Should love be our guide, or something else? In this series entitled Making Tough Moral Decisions, Dr. Sproul helps sharpen our understanding of the principles used to help us better make difficult ethical decisions, beginning with this message entitled “Foundation of Ethics.” View Resource

  • A Biblical Sex Ethic Media Resource by

    1 Corinthians 6:18

    The world has its own sexual ethics that are imposed on us every day. A popular notion in our culture is that as long as two consenting adults love each other, they have the right to engage in sexual relations. Some have suggested that Jesus’ pardoning of the women caught in adultery was a kind of “stamp of approval” on her lifestyle. Does the Bible have a clear teaching on sexual ethics? In this message, Dr. Sproul clarifies any misconceptions people may have and gives us a clear “Biblical Sex Ethic.” View Resource

  • How Does Truth Command Me? Media Resource by

    What determines right and wrong? What determines ethics? What is the worst that could happen if we get the wrong answer to that question? Pondering these questions in this message, Dr. Sproul teaches us the necessity and source of good ethics. View Resource

  • Capital Punishment Media Resource by

    Genesis 9:1-7

    What is your view on capital punishment? Is it right to take another person’s life if they have been convicted of a capital crime? These questions are not without controversy. Thinking of this topic in this message, Dr. Sproul teaches us about the biblical foundation for “Capital Punishment.” View Resource

  • The Sanctity of Labor Media Resource by

    Genesis 3:17-19

    Do you hate your job? Are you counting the years to retirement? Whatever your current employment status, it is important to understand what the Bible says about work and industry. In this message entitled “The Sanctity of Labor,” Dr. Sproul discusses the privileges and challenges God has given man in his labors. View Resource

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    Romans 2:12-16

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    1 Corinthians 11:2-7

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  • The Basis of Ethics Media Resource by

    Judges 21:25

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