Tag Archive: Al Mohler

Some thoughts on The Shack
Posted February 27th, 2017 by Mike Hubbard

Spent a few minutes in yesterday’s sermon referencing the book The Shack and forthcoming movie base on it.  As I mentioned, I have concerns about the view of God presented in the story.  I want to give a little clarity on my words by sharing a few blog posts from people who have written on […]

Al Mohler on the Noah Movie
Posted April 5th, 2014 by Mike Hubbard

The number one movie last week was Noah starring Russel Crowe.  By all means, go see the movie, but realize that there are some theological and story issues with the movie.  Rather than writing on this myself, wanted to post a link to a very good article by Albert Mohler on the new Noah movie.  If […]

“Christian Values Cannot Save Anyone”
Posted September 11th, 2012 by Mike Hubbard

I want to encourage everyone to click this link and read this blog about how a nation with so-called “Christian values” has created a culture of good people who do not know God.  Al Mohler is absolutely correct, and this is a must read for every parent and every person who thinks having Christian values […]

Rob Bell, Hell, and the danger of losing our theological soul
Posted April 18th, 2011 by Mike Hubbard

The belief in hell is absolutely one of the most difficult beliefs for American Christians to rationalize and defend.  In a culture that looks for the soft fluffy God who will never judge but only loves people, no matter what they have done or what they believe, this doctrine puts Bible-believing followers in Jesus is […]

Al Mohler blog on Haiti
Posted January 15th, 2010 by Mike Hubbard

Whenever a tragic event like the Haitian earthquake takes place, it raises questions about God’s presence and his judgment.  Some will run to the extreme of saying that God did not know this would happen, and that he was in no way involved in this sort of event.  Others will make assertive  and arrogant claims […]