• Always Reforming Media Resource by

    Nehemiah 13:1-18

    A short-sighted diagnosis leads to treatment of the symptoms only, while ignoring the root cause of them. Nehemiah knew this, and when he saw the walls of Jerusalem destroyed and the gates burned, he saw past the rubble to a bigger problem that lay behind where the walls once stood. In this concluding message of the series on “The Book of Nehemiah,” Dr. Sproul gives us some essential lessons for the church today.  View Resource

  • A War of Ideas Media Resource by

    Exodus 20:3

    Since the entrance of sin into the world, people and nations have been killing one another. What are the root causes of war? Where do all wars ultimately begin? In this message entitled “A War of Ideas,” Dr. Sproul introduces us to the fundamental elements of different worldviews and some of the irreconcilable differences many of them have. View Resource

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    1 Corinthians 2

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  • Part 1 Media Resource by ,

    After the events of 9/11, Americans were made aware of the fastest growing religion in the world—Islam. Dr. Sproul and Mr. Abdul Saleeb look at the Islam religion to help us understand the foundational teachings of Islam. In this message, they look at questions such as, What exactly do Muslims believe? Is true Islam a religion of peace? Should we be concerned about the expanse of Islam in our world? and much more. View Resource

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    The three major religions of the world, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam have all had a hand in bloodshed of some kind as political and religious ideologies have been used to justify the killing of so many. So, what is the difference between Christians and Muslims when they resort to violence to spread their faith? In this message, Dr. Sproul and Abdul Saleeb consider the checkered past of Christendom, and look at how it compares with that of Islam View Resource

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    In the Islamic holy book, the Koran, you will find passages that refer to Jesus and testify that Jesus was a man who lived among the Jewish people and was a prophet sent from God to proclaim God’s word. So why can’t Christians and Muslims find common ground? In part 2 of this series “The Dark Side of Islam,” Dr. Sproul and Abdul Saleeb discuss some of the core differences between the teachings of the Bible and the Koran. View Resource

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    Part 4 of the series “The Dark Side of Islam” considers the actions of those who live consistently with the teachings of the Koran. Are the violent Islamic groups some kind of radical fringe movement that has taken the Koran too far, or are they consistently living out that which their holy book dictates? Along with these questions, Dr. Sproul and Abdul Saleeb also answer the question, What are Christians to do in the shadow of the ever growing population of Islam? View Resource

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    In this series, “The Dark Side of Islam” has been discussed. But there is an even darker side to Islam—that is, Islam has no gospel. But the church does. How should the church respond? What should be our approach to evangelism for the Muslim community? In the conclusion of this series, Dr. Sproul and Abdul Saleeb look at what the Christian response should be to all of this. View Resource