The COVID-19 global pandemic took the world by surprise and many were left wondering if the cure was, in fact, worse than the disease. This was especially true as time went on and the narrative evolved. However, it wasn’t just a mass of confusion from the U.S. government and media outlets; many Christians were and are to this day unsure of how to approach medical ethics. Should Christians simply do whatever the “experts” tell them? Does the civil magistrate have jurisdiction over so-called “public health”? What about the leprosy passage in Leviticus 13 & 14 — can this be used as a guide for developing public health policies?
In this short book, Dr. Jason Garwood revisits the Levitical passage and makes the case that no, the magistrate has no authority or jurisdiction over public health. Rather than making assumptions about the leprosy passage, it is our Christian duty to draw the proper lines as we seek to teach the nations how to obey Christ.
How to Deal with Objections to Inerrancy
Narrated By: Nathan Conkey
For centuries skeptics and unbelievers have denied the veracity of the Bible. Today there are many denominations and many people who call themselves Christians that take a similar view. They say the Bible contains truth, or it teaches truth, or portions of it are true. But they deny the veracity of miracles, the resurrection, Mosaic authorship, patriarchal lineages, etc. What is the orthodox Christian to do? Toss in the towel? Leave it to the experts? NO! Christians need to talk to the doubters and explain why the Bible is TRUE—every jot and tittle of it. Indeed, the Bible is not only “True”, it is “Truth” (John 17:17).