As a tribute on the passing of renowned author, speaker, and theologian, Dr. R. C. Sproul, we bring to you a special archived interview with Dr. Sproul from a decade ago. If you think philosophy is irrelevant to your daily life, think again. You need only observe the world around you to discover how substantially the ideas of history’s thinkers affect us all. You can hear it in the beliefs of your non-Christian friends, in the media, your music, your children’s classrooms. You can see it in our public policies, on every bookstore shelf, in the way we understand our very existence—even in the Church. Dr. Sproul is a master communicator who has the ability to make very deep, complex issues, understandable and applicable to everyday life. The Consequences of Ideas CD collection is an analysis of the great ideas of Human history to inspire and influence our world, and current culture.
Hank and Dr. Sproul also answer the following questions:
- Can you flesh out the Calvinistic and Arminian views of salvation; what similarities they might have, and what differences?
- As an unbeliever, I find the morality of the Bible repugnant. If as Dostoyevsky said, “If there is no God, everything is permitted,” it occurs to me that if there is a God, the Old Testament type, then anything can be permitted—an ultra-subjectivism towards morality that I don’t feel comfortable with. There is no acknowledgement of human dignity. What are your thoughts on this?