“An Act of Pure Evil” – Searching for Meaning in Las Vegas – AlbertMohler.com

Evil is a fact, too. And evil is a theological category. The secular worldview cannot use the word with coherence or sense. The acknowledgement of evil requires the affirmation of a moral judgment and a moral reality above human judgment. If we are just accidental beings in an accidental universe, nothing can really be evil. Evil points to a necessary moral judgment made by a moral authority greater than we are — a transcendent and supernatural moral authority: God.

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Why Martin Luther’s ‘Ninety-Five Theses’ are still important | Fox News Video

Spirited Debate: Eric Metaxas on how Martin Luther’s actions have impacted history, 500 years later, and his new book ‘Martin Luther: The Man Who Rediscovered God and Changed the World.’

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