A 20-year Southern Seminary milestone, a biblical perspective on punishment for murder
Today’s news, and a celebration of Dr. Albert Mohler’s 20 years as president of Southern Seminary, plus: WORLD News Group’s Marvin Olasky concludes a three-part series on rethinking the death penalty, more
Government shutdown: House Republican leaders attempted to piece together another proposal to end the budget stalemate in Washington, but conservative action groups killed the plan before it was finalized.
ACORN: ACORN founder Wade Rathke has formed new non-profit organization in New Orleans called the United Labor Unions Council Local 100. The new group, built from parts of the allegedly defunct ACORN, is receiving government funding to sign up people for Obamacare.
Iran: Iran is taking part in multinational talks on the nature of its nuclear program. The burden of proof is on Iran to demonstrate that its nuclear development program is for peaceful use only.
Convicted felon: Bob Filner, former mayor of San Diego, is now a convicted felon. Filner plead guilty to three charges, including misdemeanor battery and false imprisonment by violence.
Business/economy: Stocks spiraled lower in volatile trading and the markets remained spooked over fiscal negotiations.
Don’t Just Stand There, Say Something
Albert Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, celebrates 20 years with the the school and looks back on how the institution has grown. Mohler emphasizes the importance of Christians being active and vocal in the culture.
Life in prison
WORLD News Group editor in chief Marvin Olasky joins us as we conclude our TW&E series on punishment for murder. Plus, comments from convicted killers Jesus Suttles and Roy Kendrick, now serving life terms in a Texas prison.