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Erwin Lutzer

      Erwin W. Lutzer is an evangelical Christian pastor, teacher and author. He is currently the senior pastor of Moody Church, in Chicago, Illinois.

      Erwin Lutzer was born in a town near Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, the last child of Gustav and Wanda Lutzer's five children. He graduated from Winnipeg Bible College (B.Th.) and then attended Dallas Theological Seminary, in Dallas, Texas. In 1967, he graduated from Dallas (M.Th.) with honors and as president of the student body.

      Dr. Lutzer has authored more than 30 books, including Hitler's Cross, which won a Gold Medallion award from the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association.

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ArticleAmerica's Spiritual Crisis
      Despite its foundational Christian heritage, America is rapidly degenerating into a godless society. The church in America, although highly visible and active, appears powerless to redirect the rushing secular currents. Mired in a moral and spiritual crisis, America's only hope is a national revival, like God has graciously bestowed in the past.
ArticleFrom My Heart to Yours
      When I saw the jubilation of the same-sex couples who were "married," I knew that we as a church had to respond. But, quite frankly, I did not know what to say and do. Two thoughts came immediately to mind: First, I knew that we as a church must have some response both to our political leaders and to the gay community. But on the other hand, I thou
InterviewInterview with Dr. John Ankerberg
      Dr. John Ankerberg: I'm talking with Dr. Erwin Lutzer, Pastor of Moody Memorial Church in Chicago. I want him just to share with you how God has worked in his life. The reason I want you to hear this, many of you that are young people, you say, "How in the world does a guy ever get to be pastor of Moody Memorial Church in Chicago? How does it come
ArticleWho Can You Trust?
      The news that Ted Haggard had to resign from his church in Colorado because of sexual immorality has touched all of us very deeply. Whether we knew him or not, many of us knew of him and the great work that God had done through him in the past. We're praying regularly for him and his family as they endure a crisis that can scarcely be imagined. The

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