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For more resources, including articles, The Briefing, Thinking in Public, and archived editions of his nationally-syndicated radio show, The Albert Mohler Program, be sure to visit albertmohler.com.

Thinking in Public - AlbertMohler.com R. Albert Mohler, Jr.

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    • 4.8, 470 Ratings

For more resources, including articles, The Briefing, Thinking in Public, and archived editions of his nationally-syndicated radio show, The Albert Mohler Program, be sure to visit albertmohler.com.

    God Shed His Grace on Thee: A Conversation with Michael Medved about the American Story

    God Shed His Grace on Thee: A Conversation with Michael Medved about the American Story

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    The Stewardship of an Intellectual Life: A Conversation with Philosopher Zena Hitz

    The Stewardship of an Intellectual Life: A Conversation with Philosopher Zena Hitz

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    The Strange Tale of American Television and the Religious Left: A Conversation with Author Benjamin Rolsky

    The Strange Tale of American Television and the Religious Left: A Conversation with Author Benjamin Rolsky

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    They Knew They Were Pilgrims: A Conversation with Historian John Turner

    They Knew They Were Pilgrims: A Conversation with Historian John Turner

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    The Strange Tale of Robert Schuller and the Crystal Cathedral: A Conversation with Sociologists Mark T. Mulder and Gerardo Marti

    The Strange Tale of Robert Schuller and the Crystal Cathedral: A Conversation with Sociologists Mark T. Mulder and Gerardo Marti

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    The Battle Over Yoga: History, Theology, and Popular Culture in a Conversation with Historian Alistair Shearer

    The Battle Over Yoga: History, Theology, and Popular Culture in a Conversation with Historian Alistair Shearer

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470 Ratings

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So Thankful

Very thankful to have Al back as of today. I appreciate his ability to think critically about the events occurring all around us. It has helped me to think more critically as well. May the church be strengthen in its understanding of the times and be awakened to respond as the Bible teaches.

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I love it when popular authors and intellectuals come on this show after touring the more popular podcasts. The conversations here are higher level and smarter. Now I think this pop podcasts are a waste of time.

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Albert Mohler - Let the writer talk

Can you try to be objective in your interviews? Your topics and guests are so interesting, and yet you continually find the need to debate, correct, and interject your own rank over the people you interview. I like your shows, but I wish you'd lay off continually trying to overpower your guests (many/ some of them... not always) to give the impression that you want to surprise them with unsolicited negative peer-review. Case in point - Todays release of "American Television and The Left". You know more people, you're older, etc. Your point to me quickly appeared to become all about your better knowledge. Hard to listen to. I definitely don't want to read the poor guy's book. He is no kind of expert, or so it seems from your long, continual one-upsmanship.
Please try to ask questions... and let the guest answer. I'd bet the guest really is interesting. Maybe I'll resubscribe after awhile. Good bye.

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