Albert Mohler

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Alber Mohler, Jr.
On abdication of responsibility
“The evangelical abdication of responsibility for divorce set the stage for a loss of evangelical credibility to speak to the larger issue of sexuality and marriage. Quite pointedly, the church now has massive liabilities in terms of credibility when it seeks to speak about the ‘clear teachings of the Bible’ on marriage. ... Christians must look each other in the eye and remind one another of what is now required of us—to speak the truth, to live the truth, and to bear witness to the truth whether we are invited to the White House or treated as exiles. The rest is in God's hands.”
— Albert Mohler[1]

Richard Albert Mohler, Jr. (born October 19, 1959), is an American historical theologian. He is the ninth president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (SBTU) in Louisville, Kentucky. Mohler has been described as "one of America's most influential evangelicals."

When he became the president of SNTU he was instrumental in moving the seminary in a more theologically conservative direction. He was also the chief architect of moving the Southern Baptists Convention in a more theologically conservative direction in the period of time after 1979.[2]

Among his other activities, Mohler has written articles for the Christian apologetics organization Answers in Genesis.


  • We Cannot Be Silent: Speaking Truth to a Culture Redefining Sex, Marriage, and the Very Meaning of Right and Wrong– In 200 well-documented pages Albert Mohler explains how the sexual revolution – which is decisively destroying millennia of accumulated cultural, religious and ethical tradition - came about, what its ramifications are, and how believers should respond. Major chapters in this book examine in detail the homosexual revolution, the homosexual war on marriage and family, and the transgender revolution.[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Thomas Nelson (4 Nov 2016). A Review of We Cannot Be Silent. By Albert Mohler.. CultureWatch/Bill Muehlenberg. Retrieved on 9 Nov 2018.
  2. Mohler, Albert."The Southern Baptist Reformation—A First-Hand Account."

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