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Albert Mohler · 5d ago

The Gathering Storm: Religious Liberty in the Wake of the Sexual Revolution

These are days that will require courage, conviction, and clarity of vision. We are in a fight for the most basic liberties God has given humanity, every single one of us, made in his image....
Albert Mohler · 2W ago

The Shack — The Missing Art of Evangelical Discernment

The theorized submission of the Trinity to a human being -- or to all human beings -- is a theological innovation of the most extreme and dangerous sort. The post The Shack — The Missing Art...
Albert Mohler · 3W ago

Expository Preaching—The Antidote to Anemic Worship

The anemia of evangelical worship—all the music and energy aside—is directly attributable to the absence of genuine expository preaching. The post Expository Preaching—The Antidote to Anemi...
Albert Mohler · 1M ago

Preaching as a Means of Survival

Preaching, doctrinally robust and exegetically rich preaching, is the only mechanism for the church’s survival in a secular age. The post Preaching as a Means of Survival appeared first on A...
Albert Mohler · 2M ago

Impossible to Believe — Preaching in a Secular Culture

The question remains, what does preaching look like in the secular city? The post Impossible to Believe — Preaching in a Secular Culture appeared first on AlbertMohler.com.
Albert Mohler · 2M ago

Secularism, Preaching, and the Challenges of Modernity

The only authentic Christian response to the challenge of secularization is faithful, clear, and informed expository preaching The post Secularism, Preaching, and the Challenges of Modernity...
Albert Mohler · 3M ago

“And Them that Mourn” — Celebrating Christmas in the Face of Sorrow

On the very evening of the celebration of Christ’s birth, Christians are called to remember, in Christ’s name, the poor and the helpless, the cold and the hungry, the oppressed and the sick,...
Albert Mohler · 3M ago

From One Reader to Another: Books to End a Year’s Reading, or to Bring in a New Year

I share these titles as one reader to others. Books are almost always read alone, but they are seldom truly enjoyed alone. The post From One Reader to Another: Books to End a Year’s Reading,...
Albert Mohler · 3M ago

“I Loved Heresy…But the Holy Spirit Found Me” — Thomas C. Oden (1931-2016) and the Recovery of Christian Orthodoxy

"I think the honest answer is that I loved the fantasies and I loved the revolutionary illusions. I truly loved them.... I was one of those who was way out on the far left edge of accommodat...
Albert Mohler · 3M ago

His Winnowing Fork Is in His Hand

The Christian ministry is a terrible profession, but it is the greatest calling on earth. The post His Winnowing Fork Is in His Hand appeared first on AlbertMohler.com.