Black Lives Matter and Why Some Presuppositions Don’t
Russell Traweek addresses in this podcast as to why some presuppositions made by some trusted pastors and ministries, although true, don’t matter when not properly applied. One can scream, “All Lives Matter” all day, but if you overlook the application when one life, or group is oppressed, then you have a dead faith.
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.
Biblical Immigration and The Good Samaritan
In this episode, Russell Traweek, pastor of Christ Covenant Church, a home fellowship in Sweeny, Texas leads us in an exhortation of a picture of Biblical Immigration in light of the account of the Good Samaritan. Where do you fit into this story and what does that say about your relationship to Christ?
Regulative Principle of Government; Immigration Arguments
Gordan Runyan’s episode this month is in two parts. In the first, he lays out the exegetical case for a Regulative Principle of Government, in which civil government is restricted by the boundaries of the Law of God. In the second half, he discusses what does, and doesn’t constitute a strong biblical argument, and uses two common Closed Borders immigration arguments as an example.
Bonhoeffer’s Three-Pronged Strategy Against Tyranny
Gordan Runyan explains the heroic pastor’s helpful metaphor for the rights and duties of Christians in the face of destructive government.
Romans 13:1-7 is Not a Statist Text
Gordan Runyan gives us four solid and simple reasons for understanding that Romans 13 does not require unqualified obedience to anybody, by anybody. And especially not to an antichrist government.