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  • Same-Sex Marriage is Uniting Evangelicals and Catholic

    05/13/2016 6:16:04 AM PDT · by marshmallow · 14 replies
    MercatorNet ^ | 5/9/16 | Michael Cook
    A major Evangelical figure in the US says that Catholics were right about The PillOne surprising effect of the rise of same-sex marriage in the United States may be a convergence between evangelicals and the Catholic Church. The best evidence for this is a recent book by Albert Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and one of the nation’s most prominent Evangelical thinkers. In We Cannot Be Silent: Speaking Truth to a Culture Redefining Sex, Marriage, & The Very Meaning of Right & Wrong, he tackles the challenge of same-sex marriage. From a scriptural point of view, the idea...
  • Influential Evangelical leader: The sexual revolution started with contraception

    12/20/2015 4:51:09 PM PST · by ReformationFan · 105 replies
    LifeSite News ^ | 12-18-15 | Ben Johnson
    December 18, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) – One of the most influential evangelical Christian leaders in the United States says the sexual revolution began with the widespread availability of birth control. Dr. Albert Mohler, the president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, made the remarks Saturday on David Wheaton's "The Christian Worldview" radio show. “We are clearly at a very important turning point, but you have to go back to the early twentieth century when sexual revolutionaries largely funded an effort to separate sex and procreation, and that was birth control," Dr. Mohler said. "Most Christians seem to think today...
  • Matthew Vines, the Author of 'God and the Gay Christian,' Says Al Mohler Is 'My Brother'

    05/17/2014 11:07:27 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 14 replies
    Christian Post ^ | 05/17/2014 | Morgan Lee
    Matthew Vines, the author of the recently released God and the Gay Christian, said that despite his ideological differences with Southern Baptist Theological Seminary president, he did not "feel like Al Mohler is my enemy." (Photo: Screenshot of Patheos Book Club Live)Deborah Area facilitates a discussion among progressive Christian writers Matthew Vines, Rachel Held Evans, Tony Jones & Jay Bakker about Vines' new book "God and the Gay Christian" during a web conference on May 14, 2014. "I see him as my brother. He may not see me as his brother yet, but I think one day he will and...
  • Moral Mayhem Multiplied—Now, It’s Polygamy’s Turn

    12/16/2013 9:47:59 AM PST · by Gamecock · 35 replies ^ | December 16, 2013 | Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr.
    As most Americans were thinking thoughts of Christmas cheer, a federal judge in Utah dropped a bomb on the institution of marriage, striking down the most crucial sections of the Utah statute outlawing polygamy. Last Friday, Judge Clark Waddoups of the United States District Court in Utah ruled that Utah’s anti-polygamy law is unconstitutional, violating the free exercise clause of the First Amendment as well as the guarantee of due process.In one sense, the decision was almost inevitable, given the trajectory of both the culture and the federal courts. On the other hand, the sheer shock of the decision serves...
  • America and the Culture of Vulgarity—No End in Sight

    12/12/2013 7:47:29 AM PST · by ReformationFan · 21 replies ^ | 12-12-13 | Albert Mohler
    The collapse of the barrier between popular culture and decadence has released a toxic mudslide of vulgarity into the nation’s family rooms—and just about everywhere else. There is almost no remote corner of this culture that is not marked by the toleration of vulgarity, or the outright celebration of depravity. Lee Siegel has seen this reality, and he doesn’t like it. “When did the culture become so coarse?,” he asks, adding: “It’s a question that quickly gets you branded as either an unsophisticated rube or some angry culture warrior.” Siegel wants us all to know that he is neither unsophisticated...
  • “It is the Price of Citizenship”?—An Elegy for Religious Liberty in America

    09/01/2013 7:53:16 AM PDT · by rhema · 14 replies ^ | 8/26/13 | R. Albert Mohler Jr.
    MONDAY • August 26, 2013 Anyone who still doubts that the normalization of homosexuality and the legalization of same-sex marriage will represent a seismic shift in the culture at large needs only to look to New Mexico to see that nothing less than religious liberty is now under threat—and in a big way. Jonathan and Elaine Huguenin are the owners of Elane Photography, a firm that operates as a commercial photographic studio. Elaine is the lead photographer and the Huguenins together run the business. In 2006, the couple refused to photograph a same-sex couple’s commitment ceremony and were sued. Last...
  • No Truth Without Love, No Love Without Truth: The Church’s Great Challenge

    06/02/2013 3:56:47 PM PDT · by rhema · 12 replies ^ | 5/30/13 | Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr.
    The church’s engagement with the culture involves a host of issues, controversies, and decisions–but no issue defines our current cultural crisis as clearly as homosexuality. Some churches and denominations have capitulated to the demands of the homosexual rights movement, and now accept homosexuality as a fully valid lifestyle. Other denominations are tottering on the brink, and without a massive conservative resistance, they are almost certain to abandon biblical truth and bless what the Bible condemns. Within a few short years, a major dividing line has become evident–with those churches endorsing homosexuality on one side, and those stubbornly resisting the cultural...
  • Evangelicals Concerned About Mitt Romney’s Religion, Says New Polls and Interviews

    11/02/2011 8:59:30 PM PDT · by delacoert · 35 replies
    Christian Post ^ | Nov. 2, 2011 | Daniel Distant
    Republican frontrunner Mitt Romney may face even more opposition regarding his faith if he becomes the GOP nominee, according to polls and several interviews by the Huffington Post. The staunchest opposition against Romney because of his faith came from Rev. Robert Jeffress, who is the spiritual leader for the largest church in Texas. Jeffress, a supporter of GOP contender Rick Perry, called Mormonism a “cult,” and Perry – along with many Christian conservatives – publicly rebuked him. According to new polls and information from Evangelical leaders, Christian views might change if Romney is chosen as Obama’s adversary in 2012. Rev....
  • Would You Attend a Same-Sex Wedding? {ans by Joel Osteen}

    10/18/2011 11:38:34 AM PDT · by Cronos · 181 replies
    Christian Post ^ | 18 Oct 2011 | R Albert Mohler
    Would you attend a same-sex wedding ceremony? That question was posed recently to Houston pastor Joel Osteen, and Osteen said that he would attend, if the wedding involved friends. This came just after Osteen indicated that he could not perform a same-sex marriage ceremony, since he believes that homosexuality is a sin. I recently wrote about this exchange, suggesting that Osteen’s position is morally and theologically incoherent. As I said:This is beyond mere incoherence. It is moral and theological nonsense. More than that, it is a massive statement of ministerial malpractice. . . . You cannot celebrate what you say...
  • A New Third Way? Reformist Evangelicals and the Evangelical Future

    09/26/2011 4:56:20 PM PDT · by rhema · 52 replies ^ | 9/26/11 | Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr.
    Who is and is not an evangelical? With whom should evangelicals cooperate in gospel efforts, and with whom not? Which theological expressions are truly evangelical, and which are beyond the pale? These questions are central to the ongoing crisis of evangelical identity. In 1989, Carl F. H. Henry spoke to the urgency of answering these questions: “The term ‘evangelical’ has taken on conflicting nuances in the twentieth century. Wittingly or unwittingly, evangelical constituencies, no less than their critics, have contributed to this confusion and misunderstanding. Nothing could be more timely, therefore, than to define what is primary and what is...
  • A Milestone in the Betrayal of Marriage

    02/25/2011 3:46:28 PM PST · by Suvroc10 · 1 replies
    Albert ^ | Feb. 24, 2011 | Albert Mohler
    Attorney General Eric Holder informed Congress yesterday that President Obama had ordered the Department of Justice to cease all efforts to defend the Defense of Marriage Act in the courts. The announcement came without public warning, even as the administration was dealing with an international crisis in Libya and a political showdown over unions in Wisconsin. The Defense of Marriage Act [DOMA] emerged in 1996 as at least one state — Hawaii — indicated the very real possibility that it would vote to approve same-sex marriage. The Act makes clear that no state can require any other state to recognize...
  • Adultery Incorporated — The Infidelity Industry

    02/14/2011 12:38:05 PM PST · by wmfights · 57 replies · 1+ views ^ | February 14, 2011 | Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr.
    “Monogamy, in my opinion, is a failed experiment.” That is the declaration of Noel Biderman, a Toronto businessman who wants to sell you an adulterous affair. As the current cover story of Bloomberg Businessweek reveals, Mr. Biderman is doing a great deal of business. The magazine describes as “the premier ‘dating’ website for aspiring adulterers.” Biderman says he came up with the idea after serving as an agent for professional athletes. That job required him to negotiate around the adulterous affairs of his clients. Biderman came to the conclusion that adultery could be big business. Now, Ashley Madison grosses...
  • The Deadly Logic of Anti-Blasphemy Laws

    01/06/2011 11:41:19 AM PST · by wmfights · 3 replies ^ | January 5, 2011 | Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr.
    Blasphemy is a serious matter. Jesus himself underlined the importance with the statement: “And anyone who speaks a word against the Son of Man will be forgiven, but the one who blasphemes against the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven.” [Luke 12:10] In this case, the meaning is clear — those who resist the work of the Holy Spirit in calling sinners to faith in Christ will never be forgiven. Christianity is not an honor religion. Christ did not call upon his disciples to defend his honor, but to believe in him and to follow him in obedience. In this...
  • Avatar: Rambo in Reverse

    01/11/2010 7:44:59 PM PST · by CondoleezzaProtege · 8 replies · 512+ views
    James Cameron’s new film, Avatar, is a stunning piece of visual art containing more than just dazzling special effects. Pantheism undergirds the script and guides the plot as the characters of this fantasy hunger for oneness with creation. On today’s program, guest host Dr. Russell Moore along with columnist Ross Douthat, analyze the message behind the movie and what it reveals about American culture. As they point out, people are hungry to believe the pantheistic worldview, as they seek for something to fill their heart’s desire for worship, which has been left empty by the fall and sin. Christians should...
  • The End Of Christian America [American Destruction-The Liberals Did This!]

    04/05/2009 3:13:11 PM PDT · by Steelfish · 28 replies · 1,067+ views
    April 05, 2009
    The End of Christian America The percentage of self-identified Christians has fallen 10 points in the past two decades. How that statistic explains who we are now—and what, as a nation, we are about to become. By Jon Meacham | NEWSWEEK Published Apr 4, 2009 It was a small detail, a point of comparison buried in the fifth paragraph on the 17th page of a 24-page summary of the 2009 American Religious Identification Survey. But as R. Albert Mohler Jr.—president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, one of the largest on earth—read over the document after its release in March,...
  • Possible Merger of NEA and "Moderate" Churches

    02/05/2007 10:58:15 AM PST · by achilles2000 · 41 replies · 1,257+ views ^ | February 5, 2007 | Bob Allen
    The head of the nation's largest teacher union hailed a summit meeting for clergy and educators initiated by the Baptist Center for Ethics an historic first step toward building bridges between public schools and people of faith...."Many of you in your pulpits, sometimes your greatest detractors may be your board of trustees or your deacons," Weaver addressed ministers. "What we are saying is if in fact we can help you, select some of us to be on your deacon board or trustee board. We will solicit you, perhaps, to run for school board. We will solicit you to help with...
  • Prominent Evangelical Leaders Recovering from Health Scares (D. James Kennedy and Al Mohler)

    01/09/2007 5:02:48 AM PST · by DaveLoneRanger · 1 replies · 211+ views
    The Christian Post ^ | January 6, 2007 | Michelle Vu
    Two prominent evangelical leaders are recovering after suffering from serious health conditions. The Rev. Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr., the president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Dr. D. James Kennedy, founder of Coral Ridge Ministries and pastor of the 10,000-member Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., are regaining health after experiencing blood clots in the lungs and a heart attack, respectively. Mohler, 47, was admitted to the intensive care unit at Baptist East Hospital Friday for blood clots in his lungs, reported The Associated Press. A week prior, he was hospitalized for abdominal pain and underwent...