• Secularism •
November 16, 2009
Hunter Baker has recently written a new book titled ‘The End of Secularism,’ and the work is telling. At the turn of the century, secularists thought that they were going to take over society. They couldn’t have been more wrong. Though the secular worldview took hold of the Academy, human beings have consistently found the…
October 6, 2009
A looming constitutional crisis now hangs over the Mojave National Preserve in California, and the stage is set for a constitutional battle at the U.S. Supreme Court. The story is a bit convoluted, but the issue at stake is a cross erected by the Veterans of Foreign Wars at Sunrise Rock in the Mojave Desert. The VFW erected the cross in 1934 as a memorial to the dead of World War I. Sixty years later, that piece of property became part of the Mojave National Preserve, which is under the supervision of the National Park Service. That sets up a legal battle that arrives at the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday.
September 25, 2009
September 22, 2009
Denominations are shrinking in America, with more and more people defining themselves as “Nones.” These “Nones” are people who hold no religious affiliation. Though they grew up attending various denominations, by the time they become adults, doctrinal faith has no part in their lives. On today’s show, Dr. Mohler points out the importance of denominational…
September 21, 2009
John T. Elson’s most famous article for TIME magazine appeared over 40 years ago, and it largely defined his journalistic career. His April 8, 1966 cover story, “Is God Dead?,” became an icon of the rebellious and increasingly secular sixties.
July 16, 2009
As expected, the inaugural ceremonies for President George W. Bush opened and closed with prayer. Unexpectedly, the prayers have ignited controversy and unleashed a firestorm of histrionics from the secular left.
July 16, 2009
“The greatest question of our time,” offered historian Will Durant, “is not communism versus individualism, not Europe versus America, not even East versus the West; it is whether men can live without God.” That question, it now appears, will be answered in our own time.
July 13, 2009
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April 27, 2009
Newsweek magazine’s cover story, “The Decline and Fall of Christian America” continues to evoke controversy and conversation, and much of it is illuminating. Now, Stephen Prothero of Boston University enters the fray with an incisive commentary that throws a few punches.
As Dr. Mohler notes on today’s program, Prothero asserts in today’s edition of USA Today…
April 6, 2009