The following article appeared in Kairos Journal and at AlbertMohler.com The Gathering Storm: The Eclipse of Religious Liberty and the Threat of a New Dark Age MONDAY • May 18, 2015 Remarks Delivered Friday, May 15, 2015: Mister Attorney General, Mr. Sears, and distinguished guests, it is a great honor to accept the Edwin Meese … More Al Mohler on the Eclipse of Religious Liberty
Weekend Links Late with the Links. Went for 20+ miles on the bike this afternoon. Completely bushed now. Can’t wait to see my bride tomorrow—returning from a funeral in West Virginia. I’m such a fortunate blessed man. Better Thinking about Politics and Cultural Engagement A Primer on Race Thomas Sowell—pre-eminent black conservative and economist reviews a … More Thomas Sowell; Bonhoeffer; Tim Keller and Suffering; Millennials and how to Reach them; God and Gayness; Pornography Danger and much more
Weekend Links Getting these up late this weekend, but that isn’t because they aren’t significant. Enjoy. Better Thinking About Ministry The Greatest Threat to Marriage is Not Same-sex Marriage (An article that I wish every one over 15 in America would read. Every church ought to write a position paper on this issue and then … More Same-sex Marriage; Al Mohler, Bill Nye and Ken Ham; David Fitch; Donald Miller; Obamacare; and R.C. Sproul on the Age of the Earth
Weekend Links Just completed a wonderful visit from my daughter, son-in-law and grandson. Family and marriage and the fruit of life lived for and under the guidance of God is one of the great joys of life this side of heaven. The links below are few but one is particularly chilling and is the inspiration … More This is Why I and Other Pastors are Going to Go to Jail and Our Congregants Will Join Us
Weekend Links Standing on the Bible and being able to defend your position is becoming more and more dangerous but that is where faithfulness is tested. Conservative viewpoints are systematically censored. Paganism is reasserting itself and the culture seems oblivious to both its danger and its silliness. G.K. Chesterton was right, if people will not … More The Oscars: Cru Loses a Staff Member and Maybe Much More; Repentant Leaders; Mark Driscoll
Weekend Links This weekend there are more than a few controversial links. But fortunately, nothing related to the depressing scandals coming out of Penn State. All the links will make you pause and think. They did for me. But that doesn’t mean I agree with all the conclusions. Engaging with Science and Technology Al Mohler, … More Al Mohler; Woody Allen; T.D. Jakes; Doctrine; Thanksgiving; and Idolatry
Tuesday is for Preaching This interview with John Stott by Al Mohler was done in 1987 and was republished on his BLOG this week in honor of John Stott. You can read the whole interview here. I have excerpted the final paragraphs below because of their relevance to all pastors but maybe especially church planters. … More What is the Symbol of Your Ministry? A Bible or a Cell Phone?
Weekend Musings (updated 5/2/2011) I have followed the Rob Bell / Hell / Universalism debate with sadness. Rob Bell is one of the most gifted communicators in the country. He is a creative, passionate, thoughtful, technologically savvy and a deep lover of people. Some of his nouma video’s are outstanding. And yet, there has always … More Rob Bell is Brilliant and Wrong