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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
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
Fox News broadcaster Glenn Beck is famous for launching verbal grenades, and he did so again in recent days, calling upon church members to flee congregations that promote social justice. His comments incited an immediate controversy, where far more heat than light has yet been evident. As expected, there is more to this story than meets the eye — or may reach the ear via the public conversation.
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.
February 11, 2010
“Liberal Protestantism, in its determined policy of accommodation with the secular world, has succeeded in making itself dispensable.” That was the judgment of Thomas C. Reeves in The Empty Church: The Suicide of Liberal Protestantism, published in 1996. Fast-forward another fourteen years and it becomes increasingly clear that liberal Protestantism continues its suicide — with even greater theological accommodations to the secular worldview.
February 1, 2010
The whole world is watching a Baptist group from Idaho that tried to take a group of 33 Haitian orphans away from their homes in light of the recent earthquake. Certainly many Haitian children will be in desperate need of adoption in the coming months. But are the actions of these well intentioned people the…
December 11, 2009