216: Is The Church Guilty of Dereliction of Duty?
In this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast, Chalcedon vice-president Martin Selbrede explains how a devalued attitude towards the Great Commission has hindered and impaired the Church’s witness in the world.
215: Have We Allowed Labels to Limit Our Thinking?
Thought-terminating labels are often used by the enemies of God to divide the people of God. In this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast, this phenomenon is discussed using a variety of examples.
214: Is There a Biblical Way to Oppose Evil?
In this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast we discuss the question, “Is There a Biblical Way to Oppose Evil?”
213: How Do You Discover God’s Call on Your Life?
In this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast, Pastor Joshua Lawrence shares his journey from self-destructive drug-addiction to a church-planting missionary, answering God’s call to serve in East Africa.
210: How Should a Christian View Organ Transplants?
This interview with Dr. Heidi Klessig (anesthesiologist) is sure to challenge you as she joins this episode to discuss organ transplants. She has written a book on organ donation, procurement, and transplantation called Harvesting Organs & Cherishing Life: What Christians Need to Know About Organ Donation and Procurement.
209: What Are the Limits to Fellowship?
We live in a time when God’s law is rejected, and it is sometimes difficult for the believer to discern how to set boundaries in relating to the surrounding culture. This Out of the Question Podcast is a response to a question from a regular listener.
207: What Drives People to Suicide?
Suicide is uncommon in times of strong biblical faith and application, but quite common in today’s world which suffers from a distinct lack of purpose and meaning. This is the subject of this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast.
206: Why Is It So Hard to Forgive?
Forgiveness is at the core of the Gospel message, yet it is a topic that often causes believers to struggle and stumble. In this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast, practical applications of this essential doctrine are discussed.
205: What Motivates You?
Humanism is failing because it lacks the moral force of Christianity, and its only means of survival is coercion and brute force through the state, media, and institutions. Christianity has the moral force. We have eternal motivation. But will we use them to win in history? Chalcedon president, Mark Rushdoony, discusses this important question.
202: Are We Missing a Great Opportunity?
In this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast, columnist and author Allan Stevo discusses why he considers the past two years an encouraging wake-up call for those who value liberty.