Andrew Sandlin explains the history of the complementarian movement, what it got right and wrong, and a biblical approach to understanding masculinity and femininity.
Cal Beisner, founder of the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation, explains the relationship between biblical stewardship of the earth and care for the poor, how environmental concern got co-opted by socialism, and how Christians can improve our stewardship of creation.
Have we developed a peacetime mentality in a wartime reality? Cory McKenna of the Cross Current discusses the biblical basis for doing evangelism, the need to normalize evangelism as a discipline of Christian life, and evangelism as warfare, taking the gospel into enemy-occupied territory.
Joe Boot discusses Christian culture, institutions, and the Great Commission at Christian Concern headquarters.
Joe Boot concludes our Advent interview on the Christian view of government with some biblical wisdom for Christians entering politics, and for private citizens seeking a godly political order.
Joe Boot reopens the podcast just in time for Advent, to talk about the biblical understanding of government and its proper place under the lordship of Christ.
On this week's podcast we return to Joe Boot's book, Gospel Culture: Living in God's Kingdom. This chapter details some of the ways that godless man seeks to dominate his environment and his neighbour, and closes with the assurance that the God of peace will soon crush Satan under our feet.
We bring you the next chapter from Joe Boot's book Gospel Culture, reading about the death wish of modern man, alienated from God, the world, and himself.
Grant and Ericha Van Brimmer talk about their new book, Behold Your King. This daily devotional for Advent is for your whole family, to help you get a fuller picture of the story of Scripture, the promises of God that we find throughout the Bible, and how Jesus is the fulfillment of those promises.
God has created a good world, and has given His people the task of stewarding, caring for, and restoring it. A Christian understanding of creation care understands that God has promised to make all things new.
Sarah-Jane Bentley brings her years of teaching English literature to bear on the question of bringing up children, the goal of education, and the discovery of truth. She also explains the kind of worldview that could make a role model out of Lady Macbeth.