Monthly Archives: January 2013

Dr. Wayne Grudem: Politics According to the Bible

Did you miss Dr. Wayne Grudem’s speaking tour of Kentucky earlier this week? Check out this video provided courtesy of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville. Video only shows first 10 minutes of the lecture.  Full audio will be posted here: Grudem presented topics from his book Politics According to the Bible. With the rising […]

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Grudem in Kentucky to Talk ‘Politics According to the Bible’

Dr. Wayne Grudem will be in Kentucky this week for a four-site speaking tour focused on his new book, Politics According to the Bible. The first stop will be tonight at 7:00 p.m. at Tates Creek Presbyterian Church, 3900 Rapid Run Drive, Lexington. On Tuesday, Grudem will speak at 10:00 a.m. at Ashland Avenue Baptist […]

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Should Christians Just Keep Quiet?

With prominent Evangelical pastor Louie Giglio bowing out of a role in the President’s inauguration under pressure from groups who oppose his Biblical views on homosexuality, many Christians are awakening to the sobering reality that traditional, orthodox positions on human sexuality are unwelcome in the public square. How should Christians respond? Should we continue to […]

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General Assembly Preparing for Session; Now Is the Time to Call

The General Assembly will gather in Frankfort Jan. 8 – 11 to organize for the session, which begins Feb. 8.  Now is an excellent time to call your legislator and let him or her know your stand on key issues, particularly the expansion of gambling, and life ethics. Gov. Beshear has made it clear he […]

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