Earlier this week, Kathleen Parker used her column in The Washington Post to take on Franklin Graham and his belief that belief in Jesus Christ is the only way of salvation. Parker argued that “Graham’s views didn’t sit very well with secular Americans or even non-evangelical Christians.” On today’s program, Dr. Mohler addresses this important issue by challenging Christians to be ready to stand for the exclusive claims of the gospel. Ms. Parker’s column is yet another signpost of the current age and the worldview of the secularized classes. In their view, what evangelicals believe about the Gospel of Jesus Christ is embarrassing, and younger evangelicals will eventually abandon it. The question that remains to be answered is whether she is right.
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