• Evangelicalism •
December 4, 2007
December 3, 2007
The upcoming theatrical release of “The Golden Compass” has incited a firestorm of controversy, prompting many Christians to decry the film and book by Philip Pullman upon which it is based. Dr. Mohler has seen an advance screening of the film and, on today’s program offers some helpful suggestions on how Christians can thoughtfully engage…
November 12, 2007
With recent news of Pat Robertson’s support of Rudy Giuliani in the GOP primaries, speculation has grown that American evangelicals have ‘matured’ in their political sensibilities as they try to negotiate their leverage in the public square. On today’s program, guest host Russell Moore welcomes Joseph Loconte to the program for a helpful conversation about…
September 28, 2007
Is the planting of new churches the defining model of Great Commission faithfulness in this generation? That question is asked by Tim Stafford in an article published by Christianity Today. In “Go and Plant Churches of All Peoples,” Stafford suggests that the church planting movement has supplanted more traditional forms of evangelism.
August 30, 2007
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July 2, 2007
How should Christian families understand the place of Sunday as the Lord’s Day within the ebb and flow of home life? That’s the question raised by Dr. Moore on today’s program. Don Whitney joins him in the studio and Craig Harline, author of a new history of Sunday, joins us by phone for this conversation.
June 29, 2007
Ever since The Passion of the Christ Hollywood marketers have been trying to figure out how to reduplicate that level of box office success among American evangelicals. The recent release of Evan Almighty highlights this growing trend among studios and marketing agencies. But it also raises some serious questions. On today’s program, Dr. Moore is…
May 24, 2007
The mainstream media is abuzz with the suggestion that a “new breed” of evangelicals is emerging who are concerned with a broader social policy. On today’s program we talk with Michael Cromartie, Vice President of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, about whether or not evangelicals are likely to abandon their traditional moral commitments for…
May 10, 2007
Francis Beckwith’s recent announcement that he was resigning his position as president of the Evangelical Theological Society, and withdrawing his membership, due to his return to the Roman Catholic Church, has prompted a flurry of discussion. On today’s program, Dr. Mohler is joined by Dr. Bruce Ware, vice president of ETS, to attempt to analyze…
May 8, 2007
The Institute for Jewish and Community Research recently conducted a poll of American college professors, asking them to rate their feelings toward specific religious groups. The report points to one glaring fact — a majority of the polled faculty members said they held “unfavorable” views of American evangelicals. Professor Cary Nelson, president of the American…
April 5, 2007
The concept of spirituality as a lone personal quest is hardly new to Christian history. Nevertheless, the development of this pattern into a massive cultural movement is a new development — and one that is reshaping many churches.