Every once in a while, I give a report here on what I’m currently reading. Keep in mind; this is not (necessarily) an endorsement of these books, just a note on what’s on my nightstand at the moment. First, these… Read More
That’s the question I answer in my op-ed in today’s edition of The New York Times. Here’s an excerpt: There’s no religious test for office, and there shouldn’t be. My Baptist ancestors were willing to make alliances with the heretical… Read More
Here’s a clip from a sermon I delivered last year at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, entitled “Freedom From Fear.” You can find more videos by going to the ERLC’s media page here.
Last week the state assembly of California voted to allow legal assisted suicide. Lawmakers have sent a bill allowing terminally ill people to purchase and use life-ending drugs to governor Jerry Brown. This news come just weeks after an astonishing report… Read More
In recent weeks Pope Francis made headlines by announcing that Catholic women who have had abortions, and are repentant, may receive forgiveness during this “Year of Mercy” by going directly to any priest for confession, without the direct authorization of… Read More