This past week I interviewed Joseph Knowles. Joseph studied at Regent University School of Law. He is 32 and lives in Virginia. He and I found common ground in our understanding of Christianity and government.
Al Mohler recently published an article at the Southern Blog called “The moral revolution threatens religious liberty.”
Mohler is a noted evangelical leader and the president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He considers “religious liberty” important. His article comes only a week after a previous one at his blog, entitled “Religious Liberty vs. Erotic Liberty—Religious Liberty Is Losing.”
Mohler’s explanation of “religious liberty” bears close study.
I engaged a Christian leader on Twitter the other day.
He had sent out a tweet which ridiculed an article in Time Magazine. The Time article was bad. Really bad. But something about this man’s response made me uneasy.
Here are my top 10 Christian resources for weekly reading. They are the kind of sites to sink your teeth into and really get to know.
I’m not endorsing all of the particular views, but I do endorse the quality of the writing and the usefulness for orienting young leaders. I place them in order of how much time I myself spend reading these resources.
What can anyone do? Our leading politicians do not share our values. In general, they do not defend our individual rights.
Mainstream media cannot help. It has sold itself to the leftist cause. Journalistic standards continue to erode. Marxism motivates much of today’s “reporting.”
Even many conservative commentators leave me unimpressed. Though they may be conservative, I’m not convinced that they know how to think in principle.