• Womanhood •
March 6, 2009
Boundless is a magnificent e-magazine and resource from Focus on the Family. I recently talked to friends at Boundless when I was in Colorado Springs, and I recorded an interview with them that is available here. As always, it was great to talk with these creative young Christians. Check out the resources for college students, young adults, and others at Boundless.
March 2, 2009
December 26, 2008
December 2, 2008
Michelle Obama has made her position clear — she will devote herself first and foremost to being the wife of the President and the mother of their children. She is willingly and eagerly choosing the role of “First Mom.” She will not practice law and she will not be actively involved in policy development –…
December 1, 2008
December 1, 2008
Regularly, The Los Angeles Times makes for interesting reading. In terms of political slant, the paper has moved to the left of The New York Times, and it now occupies a major position among the nation’s most influential newspapers. Even as paid circulation has dropped significantly since the 1990s, the editorial slant to the left is a constant.
November 25, 2008
November 7, 2008
I had the privilege of preaching in chapel at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary on November 6. I preached a message entitled, “How Not to Raise a Pagan,” drawn from Deuteronomy 6. The audio and video are now available here. It was a great privilege to preach to the seminary community at Southeastern, where my great friend Danny Akin is president.
October 23, 2008
In her new book, Radical Womanhood: Feminine Faith in a Feminist World, Carolyn McCulley calls Christian women to a recovery of biblical womanhood that is both counter-cultural and inherently pro-woman. On today’s program, she joins guest host Russell Moore for a conversation about her book and the issues involved for Christian women, their families, and…
September 29, 2008
ABC’s World News Tonight broadcast a segment from the campus of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary on Sunday night, September 28, 2008. The issue was the roles of men and women in church and in society — the issues raised by some in the wake of the nomination of Gov. Sarah Palin as Sen. John McCain’s running mate. I appeared on the program, along with SBTS students Phillip Bethancourt, Courtney Tarter, and Toby Jennings.
September 19, 2008
Social change is a constant in civilization. New technologies, human migrations, climate changes, and any number of demographic and worldview shifts prompt changes in the way humans live and maintain civilization’s patterns and structures. For the most part, these changes unfold slowly. Now, however, we are witnessing social change unwind at warp speed.
September 11, 2008