Newsweek's Miller On Ingraham Show Defending Gay Marriage From Scripture
Update (11:37 a.m. EST): Miller is now on the radio program. She insists she had a radio show scheduling conflict. Ingraham apologized for saying she chickened out.
Update (11:26 a.m. EST): Miller backed out of appearing even solo with Ingraham. Mohler is now talking with Ingraham.
A few minutes from now Newsweek's Lisa Miller will appear on the Laura Ingraham radio program to defend her recent article that insists the Bible can reasonably be interpreted to defend same-sex marriage. Shortly after she goes toe-to-toe with Ingraham, the radio host will feature Baptist theologian Albert Mohler who will offer a full-fledged rebuttal. Apparently she refused to go on the show at the same time as Mohler.
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For a taste of Mohler's arguments, see his December 8 critique of Miller, "Turning the Bible On Its Head."
Shortly before 11 a.m. Eastern time, Mohler posted the following to his Twitter page:
* is NOT going on The Laura Ingram Show right now because Lisa Miller of Newsweek backed out of debating me on-air. Go figure.