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Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018

New questions in the brave new world: Who gets to decide if human embryos are preserved or destroyed? Does what you drive indicate how you vote? Political scientists say “yes” according to an analysis of 50 million Google Images Looking at the moral revolution from the other side—a side fearful of the “re-moralization of sex”

January 11, 2018



The Changing of Minds on Contraception

Contraception is a very important and sensitive issue that leads many evangelical couples to very different conclusions. As couples marry, they find that they have to deal with this issue, and come to God honoring convictions on what the scriptures say about birth control. Dr. Mohler discusses this important topic with callers who have thought an...

August 14, 2009


The Lost Art of Great Cooking

Great cooking is hard to find these days. One of the most important rooms in every home, the kitchen, was once the heart of the home, drawing the family together for food and fellowship. While the size and price tag of kitchens is not shrinking, their importance clearly is. In light of the new movie Julie and Julia, Dr. Mohler discusses the importa...

August 7, 2009



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