Andre Schutten explains the significance of recent court cases and legal developments in Canada as they relate to the freedoms and values of Canadians, and especially to the work of pastoral ministry.
What do we mean when we talk about “the church”? At the Ezra Institute Church & Culture Pastors’ Colloquium, Joe Boot describes the five different senses that the church is spoken of in Scripture.
God is continually active in His created world, sustaining it at every moment. Human beings were made to worship and serve, to tend and keep God’s good creation, and our attitude toward work reflects our theology.
Andrew Sandlin speaks to incoming university and college students about the origins and issues of Critical Theory at the 2019 To Give an Answer training program.
At the 2019 Worldview Leadership Camp, Joe Boot introduces the discipline and practice of apologetics, demonstrating the need for a foundational trust in the Word of God.
The early church experienced growth not through politics or church growth models, but by the grace of God, and produced the most free societies the world has ever seen. The gospel – not politics or planning – still has this power.
At ReformCon 2019, Joe Boot explains that without freedom to live as Christians in every area of society, engaging in culture becomes a moot point.
The state is a ministry of justice – God’s diaconate. But how should Christians respond when the state commands what God forbids or forbids what God commands?
Pastor and apologist Joe Boot answers questions on confronting secular culture.
EICC Founder Joe Boot answers audience questions on the subject of witnessing to Christ in an anti-Christian cultural context.
A proper Christology militates against statism or salvation by politics, because God's reign is not mediated by human powers and institutions, but by Christ alone.