Al Mohler

Dr. Albert Mohler is the president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and a nationally-recognized leader among American evangelicals. He is a professor of Christian theology, an ordained minister, a columnist and the host of two radio programs, The Briefing and Thinking in Public. Dr. Mohler holds master of divinity and doctor of philosophy degrees from Southern Seminary. He has authored several books including Culture Shift, Desire & Deceit and Atheism Remix. Dr. Mohler and his wife, Mary, have two children. Learn more about Dr. Mohler by visiting his website,

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Every Single Vote Matters

Dr. Al Mohler motivates Christians to become more involved in the election process to stand up for godly values. Especially in light of current ballot measures in several states, he encourages Christians to advocate for and vote to protect preborn babies from abortion.

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Roe v. Wade Overturned: Now What?

In light of the landmark decision of the Supreme Court on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, Professor Helen Alvaré and Dr. Al Mohler provide analysis, discuss the implications, and explain how believers need to continue to be involved in the fight to preserve life as the battle heads to the states.

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Facing the Demands of Secularism with Hope

Dr. Al Mohler and Jim Daly will help believers meet the challenges and demands of secularism with hope, confidence, conviction and the gospel, even as our influence may appear to be waning.

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The Value of Marrying Young

Albert Mohler explains how our culture devalues marriage and why young people delay matrimony. He encourages Christians to avoid this societal trend by marrying young and pursuing adulthood as a couple.

Marriage as a Part of Adulthood

A secure and functional culture requires the establishment of stable marriages and the nurturing of families. Without healthy marriages and family life as a foundation, no community can long survive.