Friday, February 23, 2007

Mohler Debates Secularist in 'On Faith' Online Chat

By David Roach

Though the Christian church has evidenced shortcomings in every era of its history, Christians have done much more good than harm in Western society, R. Albert Mohler Jr. said Feb. 20 in the first ever online panelist chat on a faith-oriented website sponsored by The Washington Post and Newsweek magazine.

"The modern concerns for human rights, the rights of women, and the protection of the vulnerable have been driven by Christian concerns and the belief that every individual, male or female, is created in God's image," said Mohler, who serves as president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. "This is a far more substantial basis for human rights than secular theory."

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