Joe Salant & Bill Evans
The War Room welcomes Joe Salant as a new, permanent co-host.
Bill and Joe discuss the Future of Christendom conference, the gifts, and empowering of the Holy Spirit, and why reconstructionists should be abolitionists and vice versa.
Many Protestants today see the baptizing of infants as an invention of the Roman Catholic Church. But during the Reformation of the 16th century, when the Protestant Reformers threw off many unbiblical practices of the Roman Church, they continued to baptize infants. Were they duped? Did they lack thoroughness in their reform? Or did they see Biblical merit in including the children of believers in the covenant family of God? This booklet proves the abiding validity of administering the sacrament of baptism to covenant children.
Five Priorities Tyrants Routinely Trample
Gordan Runyan, from Immanuel Baptist Church in Tucumcari, NM brings a message about how the aim and objective of all kinds of tyrants routinely set themselves against what God says is a priority.
France, the Huguenots, and Deuteronomy 28
How did the most powerful nation in Christendom for several hundred years sink down to the level of such insignificance?
– Covenant Enforced: John Calvin’s Sermons on Deuteronomy 27-28
The United Nations, Solidarity International, and some human rights organizations have tried to define and rule out torture, but have been frustrated at how difficult it is to even define the term. Is abortion torture? Solidarity International surprisingly says “No.” But what is even more bizarre, that “human rights” organization has successfully brought a complaint before the United Nations against Nicaragua, claiming that this nation is engaging in torture against women on a massive scale by prohibiting all abortion! What is torture? Should our civil government ever engage in torture? How do we know? It is the contention of this author that apart from the infallible revelation of God in the Scriptures, no one can give a consistent answer. What are we to think of the practices of spanking, waterboarding, and corporal punishment? This booklet seeks to give a Biblically consistent answer to these and other questions.
The Proverbs 31 Woman
If you are looking for a passive, docile, obedient woman, a woman that would be satisfied to be bossed around and “discipled” and told what to do and be patronized and taught and instructed…you are looking for the wrong kind of woman. Take those patriarchal ideas and throw them in the garbage can.
Throughout human history various explanations for the existence of evil have been offered. Philosophers and theologians across the ages have struggled to explain it. This booklet shows that only the Bible can provide a clear and coherent answer to which we must not add or subtract.
Pastor Rusty Thomas of Operation Save America visits the War Room to talk about spiritual warfare and how not to become a casualty.
Praying according to God’s will (1 John 5:14) simply means praying Scriptural prayers. It involves claiming God’s promises, pleading God’s attributes, aligning our prayers with God’s commandments and filling our adorations, confessions, thanksgivings and supplications with the text of the Bible. What a way to increase the faith of prayer warriors!
If one examines the prayers of Nehemiah, Daniel, Moses and other saints, one will discover that these prayer warriors confidently prayed because they filled their prayers with the promises of a God who cannot lie; they anchored their prayers in the character of a God who is faithful; and they aligned their desires with God’s revealed desires. It is our prayer that this booklet would teach us to do the same.
Covenantal, Historical Sanctions Defended in the Book of Job
Gordan Runyan, from Immanuel Baptist Church in Tucumcari, New Mexico, provides an overview of the book of Job, providing answers to sticky questions. He shows that modern evangelicalism still struggles along under the bad thinking exhibited by Job’s three friends, and by Job himself, and explains God’s enigmatic answer to the thematic question, “Why do the righteous suffer?” He manages to throw shade at Word of Faith, R2K, Dispensationalism, and Amillennialism along the way.