An address delivered as a Forum Lecture in the Marriott Center Arena at Brigham Young University by R. Albert Mohler, Jr., President of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary on Tuesday, February 25, 2014.
The full transcript is posted here on AlbertMohler.com
During the Baptist 21 Panel at the 2013 Southern Baptist Convention in Houston I was asked about a Christian Gospel-centered response to homosexuality. Here is the video of that question and response. The challenge of homosexuality and related questions represents one of the most urgent challenges to Christian ministry — not just in terms of Christian ethics, but with the Gospel at stake.
The Baptist 21 event at the Southern Baptist Convention is one of the most important opportunities for public conversation in the life of the denomination. Be sure to attend the B21 event next year in Baltimore.
See: http://www.baptisttwentyone.com/ for full resources from the 2013 B21 events.
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