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December 3, 2008

Are American Evangelicals Spoiled by Blessing?

Ask a lot of American evangelicals and you'll find many are characterized by a pronounced sense of discouragement, even worry, about everything from the economy to politics. However, as guest host Russell Moore argues on today's program, Christians h ...

October 20, 2008

Should Evangelical Faith Disqualify a Candidate?

In the most recent issue of Newsweek, prominent atheist and author Sam Harris argues that Sarah Palin's evangelical beliefs should disqualify her from public office, suggesting that they could have disastrous consequences in the global and national s ...

September 25, 2008

Does the Veep Matter?

Will evangelical voters be influenced by who John McCain or Barack Obama choose as their running mates? Are there any issues that could make or break the evangelical vote? On today's program, guest host Russell Moore welcomes Richard Land and Marvi ...

July 31, 2008

Evangelicals, Sexual Ethics, and American Culture

In her recent book, Sex in Crisis: The New Sexual Revolution and the Future of American Politics, historian Dagmar Herzog suggests that evangelical Christians have largely been conformed to the standards of the sexual revolution, rather than transfor ...

July 29, 2008

African-American Men and the Local Church

Walk into the average evangelical church and you'll notice a higher proportion of women in attendance than men. Studies suggest that the disparity is all the more pronounced in African-American churches. On today's program, Dr. Mohler welcomes Eric ...

July 14, 2008

Grand New Party: A Conversation with Ross Douthat

Have evangelical Christians been taken for granted by the Republican Party? In his recent book, Grand New Party: How Republicans Can Win the Working Class and Save the American Dream, Ross Douthat argues that the Republican Party has to take specifi ...

July 8, 2008

David Wells on The Courage to Be Protestant

David Wells has been one of the most astute critics of what ails contemporary evangelicalism. His most recent book, The Courage to Be Protestant, is a summation of his previous four-volume series and offers evangelicals not only a somber picture of t ...

June 5, 2008

“An Evangelical Manifesto” — Continuing the Conversation

The release of "An Evangelical Manifesto" represents an opportunity to revisit the continuing issue of Evangelical identity and to continue a conversation. I was very pleased to welcome author and social critic Os Guinness, one of the Manifesto's aut ...

May 13, 2008

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