For the Truth.
For the Church.
For the World.
For the Glory of God.

R. Albert Mohler Jr.

The ninth president of Southern Seminary, Mohler is a widely sought commentator on evangelical convictions on theology, politics, and cultural issues. In addition to his daily podcast “The Briefing,” Mohler has authored numerous essays and books, including We Cannot Be Silent: Speaking Truth to a Culture Redefining Sex, Marriage, and the Very Meaning of Right and Wrong.

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Now to Him Who is Able to Strengthen You

Ask Anything Live (Episode 7): Call to Ministry

Charge from the President to Boyce College Graduates 2018

Are you called to ministry?

God does calls ministers, and presents these servants as gifts to the Church.

Life in Four Stages: The Glory of Age

No other gospel

What we believe about the character of God, the identity of man, the nature of sin, and the work of Christ are put on full display when we articulate the gospel.

Keeping the Evangel in Evangelism

Why evangelicalism can’t abandon the old, old story

Dialogue with David S. Dockery

Life in Four Stages: The Strength of Adulthood

What is Solid Faith?

Life in Four Stages: The Energy of Youth

Life in Four Stages: The Wonder of Childhood

Homosexuality and the Bible

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A Place for Truth: Recovering and Sustaining the Theological Mission of Christian Education

There isn’t going to be any Christianity where theology isn’t central to the entire enterprise of the church.

The Pastor as Theologian

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Far as the Curse is Found

R. Albert Mohler Jr. addresses graduates during Southern Seminary’s December 2017 commencement.

God Is in Charge of the Universe

God is the creator and ruler of the universe – and that is good news.

The Righteous Shall Live by Faith: Why the Reformation Matters

Whenever the gospel of Jesus Christ is preached, the Reformation has not failed.