Episode 2: Pandemic & Christian Reconstruction

Episode 2: Pandemic & Christian Reconstruction

Posted on July 21, 2020

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A global pandemic is isolating people, tanking the economy, and expanding the powers of the state. Is this God’s judgment? Is this an enforced sabbath? How should Christians view this crisis, and what should we be doing to prepare for the future?

Hosted by Mark Rushdoony, Martin Selbrede, and Andrea Schwartz.

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Health for All of Life

Posted on February 24, 2022

Written by Dr. Jason Garwood

No doubt, over the past century, the Western world has seen tremendous advances in medicine and technology. But what if, in our insatiable urge to progress, we have lost what it means to be healthy? What happens when Big-Pharma and Big-Government work together in an unholy union of oppression and tyranny? The fact is, we are sicker than ever, and much of our modern “healthcare” has become nothing more than death-care. We have forgotten the natural, God-given systems in the body that can often be healed by simple protocols found in creation. Meanwhile, in an era long distanced from days where the church was unafraid to apply biblical principles to the stewardship of our bodies, Dr. Jason Garwood has written an indispensable manifesto on the intersection of faith, Christian doctrine, and health. It is scientifically and theologically informed as well as immensely practical while avoiding the pitfalls of a false “prosperity gospel.” If you want to regain a faith-filled vision of health and healing you simply must read this book.


Outside the Camp

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Written by Dr. Jason Garwood

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.