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Universal Suffrage: A History and Analysis of Voting in the Church and Society

Posted on June 23, 2020

Written by Dr. Phillip Kayser

Universal suffrage (the belief that every member can vote) in a congregation or in a state is a fairly recent phenomenon. It was not until the 1900s that there was any significant movement in this direction. Is this an improvement? Is it Biblical? Scripture definitely shines light on one of the most significant developments of the 20th century.

Big Division in Little Paradise

Big Division in Little Paradise

Posted on August 19, 2020

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Through division, we must keep an eye to the future. What can we learn? Will this happen again? How can we use our experience to prevent something like this in the future? Being quick to listen and slow to speak, those of us who have never witnessed splits and schisms can still use our knowledge for the kingdom of Christ.

MIC Wanna-Be Delivered Through Facebook Controversies

MIC Wanna-Be Delivered Through Facebook Controversies

Posted on June 18, 2017

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Pastor Gordan Runyan documents the true story of a pastor who, while aspiring to climb the MIC ladder, was confronted by the Spirit of God, was granted repentance, and was set free through the grace of Christ. Of special note are the instruments God used to both spark and complete this deliverance: Two Facebook scuffles that many assumed could never yield any good fruit.

The Conclave Mentality

The Conclave Mentality

Posted on June 4, 2017

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In this edition of Setting the Record Straight, Dr. Jason Garwood explains some of his journey to ecclesiological reformation, and how that needs to shape how pastors think about their role in the Church at large as it pertains to the mission Christ has given us. Thanks for listening!

Individual Economics In The Black Community

Individual Economics In The Black Community

Posted on May 21, 2017

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A follow up to the podcast on Is Group Economics the Answer to the Black Community. Trying to find answers to the financial crisis in black communities in the inner city, I address the solutions that have been presented by some. I attempt to give a biblical solution to what can be of help not only for the sake of people’s financial well-being but for the sake of the advancement of the Kingdom. Planting churches in the inner city is no easy task, and it is even harder with all of the financial barriers that come along with it.

The Church and the Resurrection

The Church and the Resurrection

Posted on April 23, 2017

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In this episode of Setting the Record Straight we will discuss the Church’s role corporately/universally rather through an individualistic lens as we dive deep into Ephesians 2:1-9. We will see why most American churches and Christians are impotent when it comes to things of the Kingdom of God. Don’t miss this opportunity to see the victory of Christ’s Church revealed!

Systematic Theology, Vol. 2, Rousas John Rushdoony