It doesn’t look like the Church is taking dominion in 2020.
It’s been a wild and crazy summer, and if anything, we’re losing ground to the spirit of antichrist in our generation. Riots, COVID, the breakdown of civilization–we’ve got it all in 2020.
Is there reason for optimism? Is this a time to plant deep roots of tradition, and to think great things for the future?
Listen in to 10 suggestions for growing your own strength and light in this era of weakness and darkness.
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I think we can do better than to stick with calling ourselves conservatives. There’s nothing wrong with being conservative, I just think the time has come to shift the language to a different term.
I think there are ways to use terms differently so as to awaken critical questions and thinking. That’s what we need to do, right? Well, come along for a listen with your old pal Adam.
Always looking 500 years into the future as I live gratefully in the present…
Our first listener question and answer episode! Adam goes into a little bit more depth about the purpose of this podcast, then answers questions on the end times, sola scriptura, and what he’s been reading lately.
Thanks to Erik Fuhler, Allen Jerkins, and Dave Mitchell for the questions. And yes, I said 2 Thessalonians when I meant 1 Thess ?
Submit your own questions at the contact page, and give Adam any feedback too. Your encouragements and critiques are needed to make this work better! Thanks all.
What does it mean to be a traditionalist? In this conversation with Dean Abbott, Adam brings a variety of urgent topics to the surface. Has evangelical church culture been feminized? Why are young men so hard to get into church?
And what about the alt-right? Should we be disheartened by the rise of these dissidents? What drives their antics? Are there Nazis hiding under your bed? And what about the Christian perspective on immigration? Dean and Adam take a shot at each of these topics, and more.
Dean is a man’s man–a husband and father, (as well as a fellow fan of Wendell Berry), he cares most about the life of the family, community, and those who work hard to build a working civilization. You can also find his recent conversation with Mark Baxter here.
Dean’s website is deanabbott.com, and you can find him on Twitter here. Thanks to him for an invigorating conversation.