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Russell Moore Responds to Pat Robertson

Dr. Moore responds to Pat Robertson recently saying that a man is morally justified in divorcing his wife if she has Alzheimer’s disease:

Few Christians take Robertson all that seriously anymore. Most roll their eyes, and shake their heads when he makes another outlandish comment (for instance, defending China’s brutal one-child abortion policy to identifying God’s judgment on specific actions in the September 11 attacks, Hurricane Katrina, or the Haiti earthquake). This is serious, though, because it points to an issue that is much bigger than Robertson.

Read the rest at Dr. Moore’s blog.

He also recently appeared on CNN to discuss the issue.


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Law and Depravity: Al Mohler responds to a recent travesty of justice here in Canada.

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