Resources About Social Issues
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, Dr. Erwin Lutzer helps us do …
All of the decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States of America cannot change the decisions that have been made by God’s Throne.
We live in an age of gender rebellion.
When a Nation Forgets God You may be acquainted with my book Hitler’s Cross, in which I attempt to answer two questions: how could Nazism have arisen in Germany, a country that prided itself in its freedoms? And, why was Hitler not condemned by the pastors of Germany with a unified and consistent voice? Of course, I also paid tribute to those who did courageously stand against Hitler’s agenda. I have taken this study a step further in my new book, When a Nation Forgets God: 7 Lessons We Must Learn from Nazi Germany. Parallels between Nazi Germany and the … Read More >
Ask Pastor Lutzer
I can’t help but believe that many Christians have become little more than modern day Pharisees.
They cast stones at …
Well Rob, I want you to know that I read your questions with mixed emotions.
I disagree with you about …
A discussion with Dr. Erwin Lutzer and Eric Metaxas with Wayne Shepherd on the church's involvement in culture.
As Dr. Erwin Lutzer prepares to transition into his new position as Pastor Emeritus of The Moody Church, this final series of six messages covers the crucial issues that represent his past ministry, and the challenges that lie ahead for the church. What should the church’s priorities be as …
When we reject God, we invite judgment.
Our society is rebelling against gender, and it is a rebellion against our Creator.
Uniting Behind Our New President “I, Barack Hussein Obama, do solemnly swear…” And so it was that with his hand on Lincoln’s Bible, our new president was sworn in to hold the most powerful office in the world. He assumes the presidency with a soaring approval rating and with the expectation that he will begin a new and significant chapter in American history. Back in 1963 Martin Luther King made his famous “I have a dream” speech to a large crowd on the Washington Mall never thinking that forty-five years later an African American would assume the presidency. No matter … Read More >