A recent study reveals that while the rising generation is willing to identify vaguely with spirituality, it is hesitant to associate itself with any explicit truth claims. How do Christians discuss the exclusive claims of the gospel in a postmodern world that is adverse to the very idea of truth? On today’s show, Dr. Mohler discusses this topic with Dr. Michael Horton, Professor of Theology and Apologetics at Westminster Seminary California. Recognizing that the present society is overwhelmingly concerned with the self and therapeutic remedies, Dr. Horton argues that the historic gospel offers the true solution to man’s deepest problem: the need to be reconciled to the Holy God of the Bible through the shed blood of Jesus Christ.
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