Southern Seminary President Albert Mohler says efforts by “progressive” scholars like Marcus Borg to rescue Christianity from irrelevancy wind up watering down the fundamentals of the faith.

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A Southern Baptist seminary president says the U.S.-led war on terror is not just a military battle but also a conflict of worldview.

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Southern Seminary President Albert Mohler says an Old Testament story that many find morally disturbing in reality is good news.

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Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, at its first Counsel the Word Conference, affirmed the role of the Bible in “biblical” counseling.

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The president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary says elections have consequences that can extend beyond the borders of the United States.

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SBC leader says Islam driving force behind ISIL

Southern Seminary President Albert Mohler is taking exception to President Obama’s assertion that ISIL is not an “Islamic” organization.

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Seminary president Albert Mohler says something is wrong when the former presidents of two nations call for recognition of a terrorist group.

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Three Kentucky evangelical leaders will host three “issues forums” with U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell — and possibly Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes — to explore matters of concern to evangelical Christians.

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Sin isn’t something that children learn, says a Southern Baptist leader. They’re born with it.

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Should Christians support the death penalty? Southern Seminary president Albert Mohler answered that question posed by editors at CNN.

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