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November 17, 2010
Well, it looks like Georgia Baptists had a debate worth having. Associated Baptist Press reports that the Georgia Baptist Convention voted to separate itself from a church that has called a woman to serve as co-pastor. The vote was overwhelmingly in favor of the recommendation that the convention oust the church, but the debate must have been interesting.
October 22, 2010
It turns out that Robert Schuller offers the best analysis of this crisis with his own words. “No church has a money problem; churches only have idea problems.” The theological crisis in Garden Grove is far more significant than the financial crisis.
October 19, 2010
September 27, 2010
The expanding scandal now associated with Bishop Eddie Long of the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Atlanta is only the latest to dominate the nation’s media attention. Four young men have filed lawsuits against Bishop Long, accusing him of trading gifts for sexual favors while they were still teenagers. Long told his massive congregation yesterday that he would fight the charges like David fighting Goliath.
June 11, 2010
This move by the Claremont School of Theology illustrates what happens when churches and denominations allow their institutions to embrace theological liberalism. Watch this development carefully. Claremont may be the first multifaith seminary, but it will almost surely not be the last.
May 14, 2010
Serve, preach, teach, and tell the world about Jesus until they put you in a box or until Jesus comes. And all will be well. Start what you cannot finish, and trust that Christ will finish what He has started.
May 4, 2010
We are witnessing the constriction of Christian speech and the criminalizing of Christian ministry. The Bible clearly condemns homosexual behaviors, and the Christian church has been clear about this teaching for twenty centuries. But now, the statement that homosexuality is a sin can land a preacher in jail.
May 3, 2010
Nancy Keenan, the current President of NARAL Pro-Choice America, is worried that many of the women in the next generation are not as committed to abortion rights as she would like them to be. Newsweek’s Sarah Kliff recently published a story highlighting the shift in momentum on the abortion issue. In a revealing interview, Ms….
April 22, 2010
If the Christian church does not learn new modes of urban ministry, we will find ourselves on the outside looking in. The Gospel of Jesus Christ must call a new generation of committed Christians into these teeming cities. As these new numbers make clear, there really is no choice.
April 5, 2010
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…
March 23, 2010
Hailed as a “gripping account of terror, betrayal, political intrigue, and unthinkable choices,” the Son of Hamas is the story of Mosab Yousef’s journey from being born the son of one of Hamas’s founders to becoming a Christian. Along the way, he served as an informant for Israel providing top-secret information for more than a…
March 18, 2010