178: Does Our Silence Aid the Enemies of God?
Does Our Silence Aid the Enemies of God?
177: What is Restorative Justice?
What is Restorative Justice?
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?
030: Will My Consistent Adherence to God’s Law-Word Marginalize Me in Society?
In Episode #30 of Out of the Question Podcast, Charles Roberts and Andrea Schwartz discuss whether or not faithful Christianity marginalizes a person in society.
029: Should I Be Ashamed of My “Privilege”?
Co-hosts Rev. Charles Roberts and Andrea Schwartz discuss the whole concept of “privilege” in this Out of the Question Podcast #29
028: Are We More Advanced Than Our Ancestors?
Charles Roberts and Andrea Schwartz discuss how providence and humanistic progress differ from each other in episode #28 of the Out of the Question podcast.
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.
Trust and respect to the younger generation, therefore, is a sign of blessedness, and a sign of God’s favor on a society. Distrust, on the other hand, is a sign of God’s curse. And while it is often a temptation for the older generation to blame the younger generation for their real or imaginary faults, the reality is the sin and blame always lie with the older generation. The Luke 12:48 principle – to whom much is given, much shall be required of him – so well forgotten in our modern American culture, applies to parents and children as well: Parents carry the responsibility for any conflict of generations and any distrust.
Recommended Reading: Matthias Schwartz and Heike Winkel, editors, Eastern European Youth Cultures in a Global Context