Cultural Marxism. Equity. Socialism. DEI. CRT. Anti-Racism. Collective Guilt. Christians can no longer stay silent about the divide between the Bible’s truth and the world’s lies. In today’s episode of The Natasha Crain Podcast, I talk with Dr. Erwin Lutzer, pastor emeritus of The Moody Church, where he served as senior pastor for 36 years. Dr. Lutzer clearly explains the most prevalent lies today and walks through the reasons we should have the courage to proclaim truth. You can read about these subjects and more in his newest book, No Reason to Hide. It’s a book I highly recommend and had the privilege of endorsing.
A few other things I want to be sure you’re aware of today:
- We just announced the fourth location for the Unshaken Conference with Alisa Childers, Frank Turek and me. We’ll be in Tucson, Arizona, on September 23, at Calvary Tucson. Those tickets, as well as the tickets for Nashville (November 4), will be on sale next month. In the meantime, tickets are on sale now for our Southern California Unshaken Conference, which will be held May 6 at Calvary Chapel Chino Hills. Go to unshakenconference.com for more information and to get your tickets! If you’re in one of these areas, you are not going to want to miss this event designed to equip and encourage you to stand firm in this challenging culture.
- Don’t forget to check out and subscribe to my Unshaken Faith Podcast with Alisa Childers! Every Wednesday, we’re dropping short (15-20 minute) episodes on issues of cultural importance for Christians. Our last three episodes, for example, have been on how to discern a church website, calling out false teachers, and dealing with criticism of your beliefs.
- Alisa Childers and I had the opportunity to host Frank Turek’s “I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist” radio show last week. We tackled the prevalent idea that what you do is more important than what you believe–a common idea especially among progressive Christians. It’s available in podcast form here.