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On this episode of This vs. That, we engage in a thought-provoking conversation with Dr. Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Join us as discuss the topic of cultural engagement versus avoiding culture, exploring how Christians can maintain their integrity while actively engaging with the world around them.

Dr. Mohler shares his insights on the value of respectful conversations, even with those who hold different beliefs, and how these interactions can invite others to consider the goodness and beauty of truth. Discover the importance of proximity, the impact of the digital revolution, and practical ways to navigate cultural engagement in our daily lives.

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