Should Christians Stay Quietly in the Shadows?

Should Christians Stay Quietly in the Shadows?

The Don Johnson Show, 1-21-13 This week contained many culturally controversial events: President Obama was inaugurated on Monday, which was also Martin Luther King Day, and Tuesday was the 40th anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade decision. Don and Brandon discuss how...

The Fight Againist Anti-Semitism in the Church

Jules Isaac was one of France’s leading historians and intellectuals when World War II erupted in 1939. The German occupation of France cost him just about everything: He lost his position as the country’s Inspector General of Education and then his wife, daughter,...

How Bad Does it Have to Get Before You are Going to Say Something?

The latest edition of Salvo Magazine has a very interesting interview with Jennifer Roback Morse. She knocks this question out of the park: I just read an interview with a conservative columnist who opposes same-sex marriage but will not write about it because he...

Murder in a Meaningless Universe

The Don Johnson Show, 1-17-11 On this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, at least one segment of the black community is not living the dream. Michael Shermer advises us to quit looking for meaning in life and in the process finds moral equivalence between Jared Loughner's...

On MLK, Avatar, and The Finger of God

The Don Johnson Show, 1-18-10 Don and Brandon discuss Martin Luther King Jr.'s beliefs about extremism and his enemies, the message of Avatar and the alleged miracles chronicled in the documentary The Finger of...

Theology and Martin Luther King Jr.

The Don Johnson Show, 1-19-09 Don and Brandon discuss whether it is possible to separate theology from social action, as Leora Tananbaum seems to desire. The conversation also includes references to an article about Martin Luther King Jr. by Diane Cameron, a survey of...