Spotlight Interview with Albert Mohler: The Apostle’s Creed
March 28, 2019
Who is Christian and what is authentic Christianity in an age of counterfeit faiths? That is the subject of Carmen’s conversation with Dr. Albert Mohler, President of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Mohler hosts two programs: “The Briefing,” a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview; and “Thinking in Public,” a series […]
Cross my heart and hope to die or cross my fingers and know I lie?
January 23, 2016
Sometimes the right hand and left know exactly what the other is doing Does your left hand know what your right hand is doing? Physiologically, yes. Organizationally, not always. When we encounter incongruent directives or conflicting information we often respond in exasperation that “the left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing!” By this […]
Football: America’s pastime or idolatrous obsession?
September 14, 2015
In honor of Super Bowl 50 the USAToday is going to be running a weekly list of “The 50 Things we learned from week X of the NFL Season.” (That’s the National Football League for those who live in hobbit holes.) But what happened yesterday is noteworthy for more than the fifty discreet reasons noted by […]
Frank Wolf asks ‘What is Caesar’s? What is God’s?’
May 15, 2015
Former Congressman Frank Wolf pondered “What Is Caesar’s, What Is God’s?” with attendees at the 2015 Petrie-Flom Center Annual Conference “Law, Religion and Health in America,” held May 7 at Harvard Law School. Wolf, a tireless defender of the religiously marginalized around the world, opened by quoting James Madison, who “once opined, ‘Conscience is the […]
What we call fellowship others call felonious
March 2, 2015
I walk into the coffee shop on the corner of Main Street and there is almost always someone reading a Bible, devotional or the latest Christian best-selling book. This week its the Benham brothers, next week I’m betting it will be Chelsen Vicari. The point is that we talk about religion freely, openly, and honestly […]