R. Albert Mohler, Jr.
The race this new generation is called to run will include several unavoidable challenges that will demand the highest level of biblical fidelity and theological courage, matched to keen cultural sensitivity and a deep love for human beings caught in the maelstrom of late modernity.3 comments
The authors of a recent article explain that they prefer the term "after-birth abortion" to "infanticide" because their term makes clear the fact that the argument comes down to the fact that the birth of the child is not morally significant.
In a world accustomed to bland politicians, Santorum breaks the mold. He speaks his mind, and then keeps on talking. He talks of moral issues — shockingly — in terms of right and wrong.
The casino stands as the great and most visible monument to the massive scale of the Gambling Industrial Complex in America. Just look across much of the American landscape, and you will see the glaring and garish lights of the casinos that serve to attract gamblers. It was not always so.5 comments
The nationwide explosion of legal gambling may well be the most underrated dimension of America's moral crisis. With the expansion of state lotteries, casino gambling, and new technologies, the gambling industry is poised to grow even further in the next decade.30 comments
Nicholas Kristof writes movingly and urgently of human rights violations all over the world, but this recent column reveals his apparent willingness to deny human rights here at home.
As is often the case, what is presented in Washington as a compromise is really not a compromise in any meaningful sense at all. The very fact that groups like Planned Parenthood celebrated the "compromise" indicates that it was not a compromise at all
The Obama Administration trampled religious liberty under the feet of the leviathan state, forcing religious employers to do what conscience will not allow.
Abortion is now one of America's most common surgical procedures performed on adults. As many as one out of three women will have at least one abortion.
What are we to do with Captain Schettino? He will go down in history as an example of miserable failure, dereliction of duty, radical cowardice, and the collapse of manhood.3 comments
Hitchens did not hide behind intellectual scorn and he did not fear the open exchange of ideas.53 comments
The very fact that Stephen Hawking has reached his 70th birthday is an astounding fact in itself. Hawking, perhaps the world’s most famous scientist, was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis at age 21.
Some predictions are rather safe to make. 2012 is almost certain to be a determinative year on the issue of same-sex marriage.
With the closing of the year, we find the need to put the year into some kind of historical perspective.2 comments
These graduates are not now to be set loose because we recognize today their worthiness. No, we openly declare their unworthiness in and of themselves — even armed with their newly minted degrees. They have been called to this service by God and it is he who has made them worthy by the gift of his grace.2 comments