The Albert Mohler Program
Since 2004, The Albert Mohler Program has been nationally syndicated. On today’s final live broadcast, Dr. Mohler reflects on his years as host. With much gratitude for all the listeners who have made “Intelligent Christian Conversation” possible, Dr. Mohler leaves his audience with ten lessons he has learned over the years.
March 17, 2010
March 16, 2010
What should pastors do when they no longer hold the defining beliefs of their denominations? That’s the question posed this week in the Washington Post’s “On Faith” discussion. Unfortunately, it’s a question that reflects a common reality these days. On today’s show, Dr. Mohler argues that the answer to this question is simple: leave. While…
March 15, 2010
Facing the United States Congress this week is the most consequential legislation it has debated in decades: the Health Care Bill. As it currently stands, the bill moves in a pro-choice direction by allowing federally subsidized health-care plans to pay for abortions and could require private health-insurance plans to cover abortion. On today’s program, Dr….
March 12, 2010
In an age of moral confusion about the family, ministries specifically targeting the family are especially needed. Thankfully, this is the specific work of the ministry FamilyLife. On today’s show, Dr. Mohler interviews Bob Lepine, Vice President of FamilyLife, about issues confronting families and marriages. The two conclude that for families and marriages to succeed…
March 11, 2010
While the reality has been known for years, the Western media have generally resisted any direct coverage of the horror that is Gendercide. That changed this week when The Economist magazine published the story, “Gendercide: What Happened to 100 Million Baby Girls?” Sacrificed by parents who want a son, baby girls have disappeared in the…
March 10, 2010
March 9, 2010
Sports have taken an increasingly influential role in the lives of evangelical Christians. While sports have the potential to give Christians a good platform for Christian witness, they also have the potential to lead Christians into idolatry. On today’s show, Dr. Mohler interviews journalist and author Ted Kluck about the ways Christians should think about…
March 8, 2010
The tragic sinkings of the two ships Titantic and Lusitania reveal two very different stories. On the Titantic, many men gave up their seats for women and children. This was not the case on the Lusitania. In today’s post-modern culture, the traditional assumptions about men and their responsibilities toward women are under assault. On today’s…
March 5, 2010
The onslaught of modernity has challenged basic assumptions about marriage that existed merely decades ago. Instead of marriage being the beginning of the permanence of experience between a man and woman, many couples are opting to experience permanence before marriage. This trial before error approach to marriage is pervading the West. On today’s show, Dr….
March 4, 2010
Having recently celebrated 40 years of ministry, Dr. John MacArthur has been a faithful expositor of God’s Word and shepherd of God’s people. His ministry has benefitted many across the globe. On today’s show, Dr. Mohler has the privilege of sitting down with Dr. MacArthur for a conversation and to take listeners’ calls.
March 3, 2010
March 2, 2010
Frustrated by a perceived lack of success with minorities, the Georgia Right to Life recently hired a black woman, Ms. Catherine Davis, to make the case against abortion to minority audiences. Ms. Davis began making the case that abortion is the key tool in the hands of those who seek to do harm to minorities. …
March 1, 2010
Uwe and Hannelore Romeike may have been considered outside the norms of civil society in their native Germany, but not in Morristown, Tennessee, where they and their five children now live. The Romeike’s were banned from homeschooling in Germany and moved to Tennessee where they were granted asylum by a federal judge in Memphis, Tennessee. …
February 26, 2010
The present political climate in the United States reveals a wide range of expectations of the government. Some citizens desire an expansive government that provides solutions to many of the problems of its citizenry. Other citizens expect a limited government that stays within the boundaries of narrowly-defined duties. The Scriptures themselves present two dangerous scenarios:…
February 25, 2010
Both sides in the federal trial over same-sex marriage have now rested, and the nation awaits the decision of U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker. Nevertheless, the judge’s decision will not put the matter to rest, no matter his ruling. Both sides have pledged, if they lose, to appeal his ruling all the way to the…