#4: Comprehensive Christianity

#4: Comprehensive Christianity

Posted on March 14, 2022

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While the world continues to suffer under the weight of humanism, what should we as Christians be doing to posture ourselves in righteousness as we consider the future? Should we panic and hope for some vague prophecy to sweep us away? Or should we get busy with the task of Christendom? We’ll discuss.

Headlines

  1. Children’s Health Defense says Pfizer and FDA dropped data bombshell on COVID vaccine consumers—but the world is too busy with Putin.
  2. Gas prices have reached an all-time high, but who is to be blamed for this?
  3. Idaho considers a bill which would make gender treatment of trans youth a felony.

Theonomy or Autonomy

With bills of abolition that seek to make abortion illegal being put forth in places like Oklahoma, Texas, North Carolina, and South Carolina, we’ll take a look at the issue of bodily autonomy: what are the arguments and what does God’s law have to say?

#3: Russian & Ukraine

#3: Russian & Ukraine

Posted on March 3, 2022

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Russia has invaded Ukraine, and Americans are debating what to do about it. Is there something that the mainstream media might be missing?

Headlines

  1. President Biden has made his selection of our next Supreme Court Justice, Ketanji Brown Jackson—who is she, and how do we expect her to do as she replaces Justice Stephen Breyer?
  2. The Legacy Standard Bible, while not really a news headline per se, is my new favorite thing—I’ll explain why.
  3. I’m saddened to report that Dr. Gary North has gone to be with the Lord. I’ll share some thoughts about Dr. North and his ginormous contributions to biblical scholarship.

Theonomy or Autonomy

With Russia’s ongoing war with Ukraine, we’re going to take a look at biblical principles regarding war and whether or not the Bible has much to say about the topic.