Tiger Woods’ recent apology for his moral failures have brought Buddhism to the center of the popular conversation around the world. Woods confessed that he violated his Buddhist faith by craving things outside of himself and engaging in a fruitless search for security. Rather than simply being a fruitless search for security, Christianity teaches that this craving is intended to point each person to God. On today’s show, Dr. Mohler analyzes Woods’ now famous statement and shows how the Christian worldview directs our cravings to their intended end. The Scriptures clearly teach that desires are a natural part of the human experience, and that God alone can satisfy them.
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