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October 10, 2012
July 14, 2009
In light of Sonia Sotomayor’s judicial hearings, the issue of affirmative action has featured prominently in the news. How does the Church deal with issues of Political Identity within her midst? Christians should find their identity in Christ and His work for us on the cross. Regardless of Nationality and Ethnicity, Christians should be caught…
July 8, 2008
Have evangelical Christians been taken for granted by the Republican Party? In his recent book, Grand New Party: How Republicans Can Win the Working Class and Save the American Dream, Ross Douthat argues that the Republican Party has to take specific steps if it is going to retain its core supporters, including evangelicals. He joins…
March 20, 2008
After five years in Iraq, Americans continue to wrestle with the ethical questions surrounding warfare. For Christians, these questions are especially important and how we answer them will tell us what source of authority we are looking to. On today’s program, guest host Russell Moore welcomes Ron Sider, a longtime advocate of Christian pacifism, to…
February 11, 2008
The surging candidacy of Barack Obama has prompted many to ask whether Americans have finally overcome their regrettable history of racism and segregation. On today’s program, guest host Russell Moore considers what the Obama candidacy means for American culture at large and for the church in particular.
September 26, 2007
June 28, 2007
The Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision today to declare two school integration plans unconstitutional has once again placed the question of racial diversity in America at the center of public discourse. On today’s program, Dr. Moore speaks with John McWhorter, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, and Eric Redmond, pastor of Hillcrest Baptist Church in Maryland,…
April 13, 2007
The controversy over Don Imus’ offensive remarks about the Rutgers Univ. women’s basketball team has exploded in the cultural landscape and sparked a lot of discussion. On today’s program, Dr. Mohler explores the implications of a Christian worldview for the controversy and what it says not only about Imus, but also about us.