We need to diagnose what’s killing evangelicalism, and we need to ask how we fight on in a time of general confusion and weakness. Come listen to part 2 of Adam’s sit-down interview with the CEO of CompassCare, Jim Harden. Jim is a non-denominational conservative evangelical. We range across a plethora of trails in the landscape, observing and critiquing where we are, and why.
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Christians are promised “the full assurance of understanding” in Christ, “in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.”
The Roman Catholic, however, is forced to deny full assurance of understanding, based on his embrace of an erroneous epistemology centered on the pope, rather than Christ.
When we ask the Roman Catholic “where is Christ speaking authoritatively,” he must answer uncertainly, for the Bible is an uncertain volume given his understanding of free will and revelation.
This is where the Reformed doctrine of grace and of revelation clarify and align with the teaching of the apostles, and where Roman Catholics are welcomed, enjoined, urged to inspect and correct the areas of misunderstanding that have accreted to their doctrine.
In love, respect, and brotherly spirit, here is Adam’s friendly word of challenge to his Roman Catholic brothers and sisters.
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As Peter named us, “o those who reside as aliens, scattered” in this age of spiritual warfare, we are those who wander as though homeless. We need wisdom and insight in how to think and to live in a pronounced downtrend in culture and civilization.
Pastor Reid Ferguson joined Adam in studio for an extended conversation ranging from the character of the Church, the meaning of work, relationships, and how we should think about trendy topics blazing throughout evangelicalism.
Hear here the thoughts of an evangelical Baptist in our series on Christian thinking in a collapsing society.
Hey, you – don’t wither, Christ is dominating history. The Citizen of New Jerusalem podcast eases into a new series here with guest Toby Sumpter of Christ Church, Moscow, Idaho. In this series on the Church and the Christian in the midst of a melting down Western world, we will hear from a plethora of different Christian guests on what our stance should be, and what our expectations should be for the future. You won’t want to miss an episode.
Don’t be afraid of the Egyptians.
Don’t be afraid of the Canaanites and Amalekites.
Don’t be afraid of the apostates in Jerusalem.
Christ is dominating history.
Tune in, listen actively and thoughtfully, and engage yourself in a war you know we can’t lose.
The abortion rate here in Rochester, New York, has been plummeting over the past couple decades, thanks to CompassCare.
What is CompassCare? Why don’t we ask the CEO Jim Harden? In fact, that’s what we have here in this episode: Jim’s tremendous overview of the life and practice of a Christian pregnancy crisis center. And not only is CompassCare “a” pregnancy crisis center, but it is the epicenter of the steepest drop in a local abortion rate anywhere in America.
And Jim has been the man guiding this success story, which last year saw at least 221 women who were considering abortion decide to have their babies.
Dial in and listen to his view of the landscape around the New York State abortion and pro-life battle.
You and I have that black pill on our tongues every day. Some days we get it halfway down our throats. Spit it out.
We have work to do; we don’t have time for self-indulgent griping and complaining about the world of Babylon caving in around us.
Yes, Notre Dame burned down pretty badly. But the Church still stands… though we too are burning down. What is the Church, and what is our role?
This episode is a bit of a stream of consciousness leading to a new series on Christian action in this fallen age. Take a mental walk with Adam through these thoughts, and pardon the slurred speech, it was a late recording.
Adam welcomes Michael Foster of the It’s Good to be a Man podcast, a new project aimed at equipping Christian men with clarity and confidence in our masculinity. You won’t regret listening to this one.
After you listen, head over to the new show’s website and get plugged in, and please support them in any way you can, through likes, shares, and donations.
This episode was previously published on February 20th at the normal podcast channels, and I never had a moment to update it here on my website.
In the past several weeks, the mass media/celebrity complex has produced at least three major rage hoaxes, culminating with the big gay hate hoax featuring Jussie Smollett.
Well, our minds are being programmed to react to these fomented “stories,” and to fall into rank with our side of the left/right paradigm. The news cycle has become a mentally violent, click-hunting charade of psychological warfare, and I don’t think the right thing is to try to avoid it. Listen to this bit of commentary from Adam, and send your feedback on Twitter, or at the website here.
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In this episode, we hear a powerful preacher absolutely unmask the elite progressive worldview. That’s all I will say about it.
Push back against the ever-present culture by establishing rituals and habits in your own life, which engender goodness, self-control, and order.
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