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February 26, 2013
The Digital Age is upon us. In the span of less than three decades, we have redefined the way humans communicate, entertain, inform, research, create, and connect – and what we know now is only a hint of what is to come. But the greatest concern of the church is not a technological imperative, but a Gospel imperative.
December 14, 2012
This is the final episode of the season. Please join us again for The Briefing on January 2nd, 2013. Thanks for listening.
Story 1 – The freedom of information threatened by UN treaty
U.S. Rejects Telecommunications Treaty, New York Times (Eric Pfanner)
Story 2 – Radical demographic shift means everyone is a minority
Census Officials, Citing Increasing Diversity,…
October 1, 2010
August 19, 2009
March 13, 2009
Barbie turns fifty this month, but she doesn’t show it. Meanwhile, the girls who first played with Barbie dolls are now over fifty themselves. Millions of them have grown up to be women of virtue and character, raising families and serving others. By now, many show some signs of aging and the passage of time….
February 6, 2009
Two recent news stories illustrate our culture’s preoccupation with choice as a determinative moral principle. In one, a single mother has given birth to octuplets through IVF. In another, a young woman has auctioned off her virginity to the highest bidder in efforts to pay for grad school, all in the name of feminism. On…
February 5, 2009
March 28, 2008
A recent op-ed in The New York Times by novelist Harlan Coben generated a bit of discussion when he argued that parents should install spyware on their children’s computers to track their activity. On today’s program, Dr. Mohler looks at Mr. Coben’s article as well as the response to it and asks what it all…
January 14, 2008
December 10, 2007
For the first time since 1860 a diocese of the Episcopal Church has seceded from the national body. The vote came Saturday as delegates to the annual convention of the Diocese of San Joaquin in central California voted 173 to 22 to remove all mention of the Episcopal Church USA from its ruling documents. On…
June 4, 2007
The Economist [London], one of the world’s great news organizations, publishes several major survey reports each year — and each is priority reading for the world’s leaders. This is certainly true of the most recent survey, “The World Goes to Town,” a report that should remind Christians of the challenge represented by the modern city.
February 12, 2007
The ways in which we gather and disseminate information have changed dramatically in the past twenty years. Cable news, the internet, talk radio and a wide range of other new media have changed the way we live. On today’s program, Dr. Mohler explores the influence of the new media ecology and takes your calls on…