Recently, Albert Mohler was on the campus of UCLA to participate in an organized event in conjunction with “The Ask Anything Tour.” You will appreciate this questions & answers session.
Facebook makes its privacy, data downloading and deletion settings easier to find — “With Facebook facing a wave of public backlash over how it has handled user data over the years…the company today announced a new set of changes to help users find and change their privacy settings, as well as download and delete whatever data has been collected through Facebook’s network of social media services.”
Who Decided What Would Be in the Bible & When? – Canonicity — “It’s a question you hear often. And it’s one that I wrestled with for a time. ‘Who decided what would be in the Bible and what would not? How did they decide? When?'”
Sin Didn’t Kill Jesus—God Did — “There’s no way to sidestep the fact that the doctrine of penal substitution is unequivocally affirmed in the plain message of Isaiah 53. It is also confirmed and reiterated by many other passages throughout Scripture (cf. 2 Cor. 5:21; Gal. 3:13; Heb. 9:28; 1 Pet. 2:24). The servant of Yahweh, though perfectly innocent, bore the guilt of others and suffered unspeakable anguish to atone for their sins.”
Southern Baptist Leader Frank Page Resigns over ‘Morally Inappropriate Relationship’ — “Frank S. Page has resigned as president and chief executive officer of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Committee (EC), effective today, over what is described as ‘a morally inappropriate relationship in the recent past.'”
Are “Altar Calls” a Good Idea? — This is a good and balanced explanation by Mark Dever on the issue of “alter calls.”
Trump Signs Republican Spending Bill–Planned Parenthood Gets $500 million — This is important to remember since all of the backlash and desires of so many voters for the defunding of Planned Parenthood.
Our Beautiful God — “One cannot come away from the pages of Scripture with a simplistic conclusion that all art is good art or that all art is bad art, that art is always lawful or that art is always unlawful.”