Thomas Friedman has recently written a piece in The New York Times about the three ‘bombs’ that he fears when thinking of the challenges his children will face in the future. These ‘bombs’ are not the kind used to kill with force and explosive power. These ‘bombs’ are far more dangerous. They are the ‘bombs’ of unchecked ideas, breading all kinds of hatred and malice. On today’s program, Dr. Mohler notes that despite how terrible some future fears may seem, Christians can trust that all things are in God’s hands, the place where we can both exercise discernment and find deep rest.
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