• Death •
May 21, 2007
Something noteworthy is happening in the mainstream media. First, The Los Angeles Times ran a story that, in all its horrible brutality, attempted to defend a couple’s decision to kill selected fetuses in the woman’s womb by means of what is euphemistically called “selective reduction.” The article was chilling in its cold honesty and grotesque morality.
April 20, 2007
In the aftermath of disaster, a phenomenon called the “blame game” often soon rears its head. The impulse to assign moral responsibility is normal — even healthy — but the game often plays itself out in irrational ways.
April 19, 2007
In an historic 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court has affirmed the government’s right to ban the partial birth abortion procedure. The Gonzales v. Carhart decision comes in the same week as the worst mass shooting in American history, forcing us to ask if there is any reason to hope for a renewed appreciation of…
April 17, 2007
April 16, 2007
March 30, 2007
Pope Benedict XVI’s recent comments about hell’s absence from our religious conversation have provoked a reaction in the media. As evangelicals we are left to wonder why it is that hell receives so little attention within our churches and literature. On today’s program, Dr. Mohler considers the significance of the doctrine of hell and the…
January 22, 2007
January 18, 2007
August 21, 2006
Jenni Murray has made her pact with death. The popular and controversial presenter of “Woman's Hour,” a popular program on the BBC, stated her views on a recent television program called “Don't Get Me Started,” broadcast in Great Britain. Murray, who is a member of the Order of the British Empire, announced on the program that she had entered into a “suicide pact” with two friends who agreed to kill each other if illness or incapacity should leave them unable to commit suicide. Today, Dr. Mohler considers the worldview that would lead to such an understanding of human life–and human death.