Albert Mohler on Talk of the Nation
If I happen to be driving at around 3PM, I usually listen to the Talk of the Nation NPR broadcast, which airs here in Louisville on 89.3 FM.
Yesterday, one segment of the show was devoted to the recent Newsweek cover story, "The Religious Case for Gay Marriage," written by Lisa Miller, who is the religion editor for the magazine. [This story was not journalism in any proper sense, but was rather propaganda in favor of 'gay marriage;' Christianity Today gave a good editorial response, and Dr. Albert Mohler wrote an excellent article pointing out the many fallacies in Miller's story.]
On Talk of the Nation the host, Neal Conan, interviewed Lisa Miller for the first part of the segment, then he introduced Albert Mohler, who was able to give a brief response to Miller. Following this, some callers were heard and both Miller and Mohler responded to the calls. Dr. Mohler gave uncompromising, insightful answers in the brief time he was given. The radio program may be heard HERE.
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