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Idolatry is willful self-deception.
Dennis Prager, Eric Metaxas, and Dr. Erwin Lutzer have a candid, engaging conversation on topics of faith, culture and the fate of our nation.
The destiny of the church does not depend upon the next election.
Does God involve Himself in the political affairs of humankind? Today, in part 3 of “God and the Nations” we seek an answer to this question from scripture and what we find there is at once a profound mystery and an enduring comfort. Here are all of the ways that you can follow along with 5 Minutes With Pastor Lutzer: On our Podcast via iTunes and Google Play On our Facebook page On our YouTube channel Transcript: Welcome to “5 Minutes with Pastor Lutzer.” Thanks so much for joining us today as we continue our discussion of “God and the Nations.” Today we … Read More >
None of the Above: When There is No Candidate You Want to Support “What do you do when you cannot support either candidate in an election?” This question came after a lecture I gave on the history of freedom of religion in Europe and the United States. It’s a question I’ve been asked many times in recent months. Of course, I’m sure the questioner was thinking of the presidential election, but his question also applies to other political races where we might be tempted to simply sit out the election and say, “No thanks. None of the above.” … Read More >
A discussion with Dr. Erwin Lutzer and Eric Metaxas with Wayne Shepherd on the church's involvement in culture.
We live in a time of inverted values, where light is called darkness and darkness is called light.
The city of God will remain even as the world around us crumbles.
Throughout its turbulent history, the Church has often been diverted from its primary mission. The lure of taking side-roads is tempting, especially in the face of a degenerating culture. We must ask difficult questions and turn to the Bible for answers. In this series, Pastor Erwin Lutzer helps us do …
I have always had a concern for “the church to be the church,” but never before have I been so burdened by how we look to the watching world. When I am told there are families that cannot talk to each other because of differing political views, when I hear there is rancor within churches over one political position or another, I am compelled to write a few words at this time, as we watch Washington trying to sort out its political impasse on the world stage. I think the Apostle Paul would have a word for us at … Read More >