Free Mohler eBook – The Pastor as Theologian

A great resource from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Mohler has written a short eBook on the pastor’s role as theologian. Here’s the money quote for me: …the pastor must learn to discern different levels of theological importance. First-order doctrines are those that are fundamental and essential to the Christian faith. The pastor’s theological instincts should […]

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Attending IS Affirming

Interesting little piece by Al Mohler on the question of whether Christians ought to attend, let alone participate, in “gay weddings”. Former President George H. W. Bush and his wife Barbara attended a wedding a few days ago, and it made national news. According to The Washington Post, the elder Bushes attended the wedding of Bonnie Clement […]

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Atheists in the Pulpit?

A great article by Al Mohler. “It is hard to think of any other profession which it is so near to impossible to leave.” That is the judgment of Richard Dawkins, perhaps the world’s most famous living atheist, as he welcomes unbelieving pastors to join the Clergy Project, a group designed to help unbelieving pastors […]

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Claiming Grace - Embracing the Past

I've been thinking a little recently about what it means to respond to grace, claim forgiveness and then to speak to others of that grace. There's a tendency amongst some to claim that God's forgiveness in Christ means that they simply don't have to talk about the past any more. In one sense that's true, […]

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Mohler - What About the Twins

Nail. Head. Hit.: In recent days, two horrifying accounts of abortion have gripped the human conscience. From Australia news came of a couple who had aborted twin boys, just because they wanted a baby girl. Having three sons already, the couple aborted the twins because they want a daughter after the death of a previous […]

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