079: What Value Do Personality Tests Have for Christians?
In episode #79 of the Out of the Question Podcast the discussion centers around personality tests and whether they serve a useful purpose for believers.
059: Can True Believers Suffer from Addictions?
In episode #59, Rev. Uri Brito joins Steve and Andrea in discussing addictions and the place for Christian counseling in assisting believers in such struggles.
046: Does It Matter What I Think?
In this episode #46 of the Out of the Question Podcast, Steve Macias and Andrea Schwartz explore the place of opinion in the life of a Christian.
033: How Do I Know What Influences Shape My Ideas?
In Episode #33 of Out of the Question, Charles Roberts and Andrea Schwartz discuss subtle ways our thinking is influenced.
Fear As a Motivator
What is the most powerful motivator for man’s behavior, and the most powerful factor behind man’s actions, mentioned in the Bible? And what is the most commonly repeated commandment in Scripture?
The Easy Chair with R.J. Rushdoony is an audio series of colloquies, casual conversations, and roundtables presented by Chalcedon Foundation. Various topics are discussed solo by Rousas John Rushdoony and with guests, covering all areas of life and culture. Looking at life from a theonomic, Christian Reconstructionist perspective, we properly apply God’s word to our lives. These episodes were originally recorded in the 1980’s-1990’s.
The Chalcedon Foundation® is a think tank for the self-governing Christian, devoted to the research, publishing, and promotion of Christian Reconstruction. We believe that the Christian faith is applicable to every area of life and thought and that all things are to be “reconstructed” according to God’s revealed will in Scripture.
This podcast is a collection of articles and essays narrated by volunteers from Reconstructionist Radio on behalf of Chalcedon. The authors include R.J. Rushdoony, Martin Selbrede, Mark Rushdoony, Andrea Schwartz, and more.
Martin G. Selbrede, vice-president of the Chalcedon Foundation, conducts regular Question and Answer sessions on topics of interest to Christians serious about their faith. These audio messages were recorded live, with Martin “working without a net” (as he characterizes it) as he responds to incoming questions. The resulting “messages” continue to cover an ever-widening range of topics, all with an eye to honoring the command to “let all things be done unto edification” (seasoned with the occasional humorous aside). These Q&A’s were modeled after R. J. Rushdoony’s post-sermon Q&A sessions, which allowed those in attendance to “pick Rush’s brain” for a brief season. For more information on the Chalcedon Foundation visit http://chalcedon.edu
God has created women in His image to build his Kingdom and to have dominion. This podcast calls Christian women to step up to this responsibility, while encouraging men to fight shoulder to shoulder with us, bringing in all of God’s word to bear on every area of life.
Sadly, an area in which the church is still plagued with pagan thinking has to do with the role and capabilities of women as image-bearers and dominion-takers, and yet the Bible describes godly women as “terrible as an army with banners.”
This is not a “Christian Women’s podcast” that limits itself to the key “female” passages like Proverbs 31 and Titus 2, or homemaking tips. We will be applying ALL of scripture to all of life from the perspective of kingdom women.
The Monstrous Regiment features a roundtable of dominion women, from single women to grandmothers, seeking to honor Jesus Christ in applying God’s word fearlessly and faithfully in all callings and seasons of life, both inside and out of the home.
The War Room is a production of Reconstructionist Radio. Hosted by Bill Evans and Jason Sanchez, this is not your average Christian podcast. Here you’ll find interviews with seasoned, veteran kingdom-builders who have not only talked the talk but walked the walk in various areas of life. Learn about their ministries as we discuss and consider practical approaches to overcoming the myriad of obstacles confronting believers in Post America Christianity.