• Ecumenism •
March 4, 2013
Story 1 – Why are adultery laws there in the first place? And why do they seem archaic now?
Bill to repeal adultery, sexual immorality laws goes to Colorado House, The Denver Post (Lynn Bartels)
Story 2 – Bible classes in public schools not “ecumenical” enough – can the Bible ever be neutral?
Church, State and Bible Class…
January 21, 2008
In his newest book, The Decline of African American Theology: From Biblical Faith to Cultural Captivity, Thabiti Anyabwile chronicles the evolution of African-American theology. He joins Dr. Mohler in the studio for a hopeful conversation about the history, state, and future of theological faithfulness among African-American churches.
November 5, 2007
Garry Wills is at it again — this time in the pages of The Los Angeles Times. A liberal Roman Catholic, Wills is a prolific historian who also writes works on contemporary religion. His new book, Head and Heart: American Christianities presents his pluralistic model of American Christianity and his effort to counter the influence…