Continuing Read: For Mission
We continue with our reading Joe Boot's book For Mission, with chapters 2 and 3: What is the Church? and The Philosophical Foundations of Churchianity.
What is Christian Hospitality?
Rachel Eras articulates a Christian vision of hospitality, showing how it differs from the world, and how we can do it to the glory of God.
Live Reading: For Mission
This week's episode is a live reading of the first chapter of Joe Boot's book For Mission. This chapter addresses the twin errors in the contemporary church of overestimating the role of the church, and the role of the state, in the broader context of the kingdom of God.
The Home Front in the Culture War
Rachel Eras talks about the place of the home and the role of the homemaker in the broader cultural context, and explains how we've let worldly thinking creep into the way we view the home.
How to be a Christian Musician
Doug Wilson talks about the phenomenon of the Christian music industry, the historic aesthetic accomplishments achieved by Christians, and offers some advice for aspiring Christian musicians.
What is Music and What is it For?
Doug Wilson talks music and its role to glorify, the futile pursuit of coolness and relevance, and the kind of music appropriate for church and other occasions.
Abortion and the Sanctity of God's Law
Douglas Wilson explains why the pro-life movement is steadily gaining ground, why Christians would do well to speak of the dignity of life based on the sanctity of the law of God, and offers counsel for those who feel disqualified from speaking out on behalf of the unborn
What Kind of Culture are we Building?
In part two of our conversation with Nate and Ben from Rebel Alliance Media, we pick up our conversation on the kind of culture that we’re creating, how Christians have been complicit in cultural decline, and what we can learn from the evangelical legacy of cultural reformation.
Nate and Ben from Rebel Alliance Media join Joe Boot to talk about cultural transformation - what it looks like, why we do it, and what's at stake if we refuse to honour God in this area of life.
Stand-Up Comedy and Christians in Hollywood
Comedian Chris Wineland talks about the use of comedy in scripture and history, the Christian beginnings of Hollywood, and the calling to fulfill the cultural mandate in the arts and entertainment.
The Growing Problem of White Nationalism
Jacob Reaume of Trinity Bible Chapel discusses his encounter with a growing white nationalist sympathy in Canada, and critiques its leading thinker, Ricardo Duchesne. The false hope of ethnic purity can only be defeated by the turn in repentance and faith to the hope of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Error and Heresy
The articles in this issue of Jubilee represent some of the most pressing and high-profile theological controversies that Western Christians are facing today. As the authors show, the errors found in these doctrines are not new, but are rather updated expressions of old heresies.