• Theology •
August 14, 2007
The concept of orthodoxy requires the concept of heresy. If we are warned by the Apostle Paul to “follow the pattern of sound words” [2 Timothy 1:13], there must be a pattern of unsound words that we are to avoid. The very concept of truth requires the concept of error.
August 13, 2007
The World Council of Churches is working in cooperation with the Vatican to draft a common code of conduct for proselytizing. But as presented by one of the WCC’s spokesmen, the effort suggests a discomfort with any claims of Christian superiority or exclusivity. In fact, the group says that conversionist theology is something for which…
August 6, 2007
July 13, 2007
July 9, 2007
The Rev. Ann Holmes Redding of Seattle made news in recent weeks by declaring herself to be both a Christian and a practicing Muslim. The Episcopal priest lives in Seattle and is scheduled to teach for the next academic year at Seattle University (a Jesuit institution).
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 25, 2007
Why is it that we are fascinated by animals that could and would kill us? For centuries, dangerous animals have been the subject of man’s interest. Does our interest in dangerous animals have any theological implications? This phenomenon is the subject of a recent article by Dr. Russell Moore in Touchstone magazine. On today’s program,…
June 22, 2007
Dr. Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, faces an incredible challenge as he attempts to hold the worldwide Anglican Communion together. The communion is torn apart by debates over sexuality, biblical authority, and a range of related issues. Nevertheless, homosexuality stands as the most divisive issue of contention.
June 12, 2007
June 1, 2007