Welcome to the official podcast of the Chalcedon Foundation hosted by Mark Rushdoony, Martin Selbrede, and Andrea Schwartz.
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.
Church, Repent! (Interview with Ron Kronz)
Join us for a special episode with our host, Pastor Jason Garwood, and his good friend and co-laborer here in Northern Virginia, Ron Kronz of Street Church.
Big Eva: The Errand Boys of Big Pharma
After two years of unprecedented and sweeping change in health policies, the Covid-19 pandemic has seemingly forever changed public policies regarding sickness and disease. The question we ask is this: Did the Church respond correctly? What could have been different? And what’s with Big Eva celebrity pastors and authors being the errand boys of Big Pharma?
Join us for a special episode with Jason and Jordan as they discuss covid, the Church’s response, and Big-Eva being co-opted by the NIH, CDC, and Big Pharma’s gatekeepers.
#4: Comprehensive Christianity
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.
- Children’s Health Defense says Pfizer and FDA dropped data bombshell on COVID vaccine consumers—but the world is too busy with Putin.
- Gas prices have reached an all-time high, but who is to be blamed for this?
- 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?