Local Pastor Renders Church to Caesar
Gordan Runyan exposes the foolishness of a congregation bowing to the demands of the State, on the basis of “rendering unto Caesar.
Black Lives Matter
A sermon on biblical, social justice.
Why Y’all Still Meeting?
Gordan Runyan answers a common question about why his congregation has continued to meet. It’s not because of the “usual suspects.” But at the end of the day, there really is a hill to die on.
Your Foundations Are Showing (Corona Edition)
Gordan Runyan encourages his listeners to examine the building materials they’ve been using to put up the edifice of their lives, especially in light of the fact that a virus has caused many to reach out for other saviors, other ethical rules, that can keep them safe in the storm.
The Trial by Ordeal from Numbers 5
Gordan Runyan walks his congregation through the trial of the suspected unfaithful wife in Numbers 5 and shows that a head-scratcher text actually winds up magnifying the grace of God and His desire to defend the weaker members of society.
Numbers 5 and the Need for Reform of the Justice System
In Numbers 5:1-10, we get rules for dealing with uncleanness in the camp, as well as a law of restitution that encourages the thief to repent before he’s caught. These voluntary statutes highlight the need for self-government under God, and a present need for justice system reform in our own day.
116: How to Proceed When the Game Seems Rigged?
How to Proceed When the Game Seems Rigged?
115: Is the US Constitution Living or Dead?
Is the US Constitution Living or Dead?
113: How Do We Face the Goliaths of Our Day?
Parallels to the situation Christians find themselves in today to the account of David felling the seemingly unstoppable giant is the subject of the 113th episode of the Out of the Question Podcast.
111: Is Every Hill One to Die On?
How do you determine which battles to fight in service to the Kingdom? This is discussed in episode #111 of the Out of the Question Podcast.