Brannon Howse: March 20, 2017
Shocking & deeply troubling and revealing–that is how Brannon Howse feels regarding the revelations about Albert Mohler of Southern Evangelical Seminary from this past week. Mohler held a conference for middle and high school students that, according to the conference website, included a so-called Christian rapper by the name of Sho Baraka. According to numerous news reports this rapper is known for his profane songs and his promotion of, marijuana use. Will this be the final straw that finally breaks the camel’s back and causes pastors, theologians, and men with discernment to stop partnering with Mohler in spiritual enterprises? Are we about to see pragmatism, friendship, and the "good ol' boy club" trump truth and standards? Brannon wants to know how Christian parents can have success when their authority on such issues as marijuana, is undermined by the so-called leaders of evangelicalism who compromise the standard and drag the rebellious culture right into the center of the camp and embrace it as acceptable? Brannon does not normally get as passionate as you will hear in this program, and after his analysis, the callers were just as passionate.