The Cultural Mandate
The word culture has been used in wildly different ways. What do we actually mean by culture? Is culture something that just happens for most of us, or do we all have some level of responsibility for what our culture looks like?
The Imperial Gospel
Andrew Sandlin joins us for a podcast interview on the full scope of the gospel. He explains the original context of the word in connection with imperial Greece and Rome, and we talk about some of the reasons Christians have abandoned the task of applying the gospel in public life. Andrew's article that inspired this conversation can be found here.
On this special field episode of the podcast, Joe Boot visits with the Holy Political Podcast to talk about sphere sovereignty, a reminder that family, church, state, and much more besides have been distinctly ordained by God with their own jurisdiction, hierarchy and government.
Thriving in Babylon
Jeffery Ventrella explains how Christians should live in the midst of a distinctly antichristian culture. With special reference to law and the family, we can have confidence that every act of faithfulness is meaningful in the activity of building godly culture.
The Educational Pillar of Culture
Dennis Doty, Principal of Westminster Classical Christian Academy, talks about What our view of education says about our culture, and a biblical way to think about education that involves the whole community for the benefit of children and society.
What is Cultural Apologetics?
In this field episode of the podcast, Ben Virgo of Christian Heritage London learns about Joe Boot's own story how he came to be an apologist, some of his formative authors, and the nature of human beings and the apologetic task.
Media and the Kingdom of God
Luke Pierson of Apologia Church and Apologia Studios, joins us on the podcast to talk about how Christians should think about and use media and communication technology to the glory of God and for the advancement of his Kingdom.
Frequently Asked Questions about Cultural Transformation
Should Christians be involved in cultural transformation at all? What is the Christian approach to the reformation of law and culture? Joe Boot addresses some of the frequently-asked questions he's encountered over the years.
Pagan Utopianism and the Power of God
Paganism is a worldview that worships nature, and ultimately, the self, rather than God the Creator. It is an ancient belief that has been expereiencing a resurgence over the past few centuries. When we reject the transcendent God, we remain spiritual beings and end up worshiping some aspect of creation.