As usual, Wanda’s café was crowded during the lunch hour, so my student and I decided to head outdoors under the breezeway to enjoy our fresh-grilled meals, which, in my case, included a side order of crispy fries sprinkled with that patented bay seasoning lightly coating them, giving them a salty, spicy kick to accompany... Continue Reading →
Current events did not take long to prove Dr. Mohler correct in his assertion yesterday that gay rights has become the centerpiece of a new moral "McCarthyism." Dr. Mohler's commentary concerning "The Giglio Imbroglio" has proved prescient. Today, news has come out that an American pastor is being sued for "crimes against humanity" because... Continue Reading →
There’s a new controversy a-brewing, and it’s all by design. Professor Karen King is promoting the novel idea that Jesus had a wife. She has found a fragment—supposedly from the 4th century (though not yet attested)—which contains the line, “Jesus said to them, My wife….” Whether anyone in the 4th century actually wrote that line,... Continue Reading →
Presently, a small group of Southern Baptists have stirred a mini-controversy over the issue of Calvinism (just in time for the convention). This group (mostly affiliated with the seminaries in New Orleans and Fort Worth) have undertaken an effort to exclude or diminish the impact of Calvinism from "traditional Baptist soteriology." I have strong opinions... Continue Reading →
According to the claim of this BP article, Dr. Mohler has taken a dogmatic stand concerning the necessity of holding to a young earth view of creation. Personally, I think that claim overstates the case which Dr. Mohler is making for the young earth. His aim is much higher than the age of the earth. ... Continue Reading →
The official motto of the United States is more than lip service to ward off the wrath from a potentially vengeful god. The motto is what I would call a fence, a paradigm for the existence of human institutions and the humanity benefitting from them. This point—the significance of a corporate, unified belief in the... Continue Reading →
I wrote a blog post last week about the latest Barna poll and how I basically think such polls are worthless. However, taken on face value, they may be able to identify trends in our culture. Dr. Mohler speaks in response to this latest poll by Barna, and his commentary is outstanding. Read this article,... Continue Reading →
Couple Dr. Mohler's insight with Professor George's research, and you get a very helpful blog for understanding both abortion and this election. Read the blog here.