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Of Sheep and Men

by Joe Boot

October 28, 2021

By any reckoning, the events of 2020 and 2021 have been at once tragic, deeply disturbing, and far-reaching in scope and implication. A kind of paradigm shift has taken place while millions of us were ordered to stay in our homes. What was once unthinkable in the West can never be made unthinkable again.


Reconciling our Hopes and Fears

by Ted Fenske

April 2, 2021

To place our hopes in, or to succumb to fear of, anything but Jesus Christ the king of the universe, is to wrongly interpret reality. Scripture is clear that this is a sin to be repented of.


Christian Liberty versus Lockdownism

by Joe Boot

February 18, 2021 | Ecclesiastes 

The lockdown of life has exposed a fragility and weakness in twenty-first century Christian thought. How did this come about, and what is the task of Christians in our current cultural moment?


Children of God and Lockdowns

by Antoine Theron and Benjamin Hicks and David Engelsma

February 6, 2021

The enforcement of public justice according to the standard of God’s moral law is all the official responsibility that is given by God to the civil government.


Following the Footsteps of the Great Physician: Healthcare in the Early Church

by David Robinson

January 13, 2021

Before the advance of Christianity, chronic or severe illness was viewed with suspicion and many people shared the experience of the woman in the Gospel account. The church acted as a surrogate family, which cared for both its own members and those outside


Calvin, the King and Civil Disobedience

by Joe Boot

January 8, 2021

The reality and power of the God and gospel proclaimed by Calvin and others at the Reformation shook the nations and steadily transformed Western civilization.


The Root of Jesse: Unifying and Renewing a Divided Life

by Joe Boot

January 5, 2021

The Fall into sin consists in a radical corruption at the root of our entire being that necessitates new birth – entailing an equally radical restoration and renewal of all life.


The Name on His Thigh: King of Kings and Lord of Lords

by Joe Boot

December 22, 2020

He whom we celebrate as born in the manger is King of kings and Lord of Lords. It is His Word, like a sharp sword wielded through his people, which strikes the nations and subdues them. This Word of the gospel of the birth, death, resurrection, ascension and session of Christ to the seat of all power and authority remains the power of God to salvation for every age.


Vaccination for the Nation?

by Ted Fenske

December 17, 2020

Ezra Institute Fellow Dr. Ted Fenske explains the origins and nature of modern vaccines, and addresses some of the ethical considerations surrounding them.


A Call to Divine Obedience

by Aaron Rock

November 27, 2020

Incarnational ministry is fundamental to human health and spiritual well-being. We cannot afford to draw back from all risk or we will lose the very thing we fight for: life and liberty.


On the Brink: The Criminalization of Christianity in Canada

by Joe Boot

September 28, 2020

If we would be free of overreaching state interference, we must speak up now, before historic freedoms are legislated out of existence.


The Omnipotence of the Utopian Godhead

by Joe Boot

September 22, 2020

In the previous article I discussed how a necessary tenet of the doctrine of God – or any God-substitute – is unity. God cannot be divided against Himself, and anything trying to take the place of God must counterfeit this unity. A second necessary aspect to any doctrine of God is omnipotence. Clearly, if God…