Conversations in a Crisis: Part V: Trust, Suspicion, and Authority (with Rev Benjamin Miller)

Part I: The Good and the Right
Part II: Improving Our Deliberation
Part III. Reforming Our Political Imaginaries
Part IV: On Submission to Government
Part V: Trust, Suspicion, and Authority

Faced with our challenge of remaining faithful within and addressing our various contemporary societal crises with wisdom, Christians and churches are fracturing over our differing approaches and postures. My friend Ben Miller suggested that we have a series of conversations, to help us to pursue greater clarity on the principles, virtues, duties, and practices that can equip Christians to meet such difficult times with prudence, insight, and courage.

Why Don’t People Preach the Rape Texts? (with Jen Pollock Michel)

Jen Pollock Michel suggested that we should have a discussion of the ‘rape texts’ of Scripture on Mere Fidelity, so we invited her to join us for an episode on the subject.

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Colossians 2:6-23—Part 1 (The Epistle of Colossians)

Peter Leithart, Jeff Meyers, and I tackle the second half of Colossians 2.

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Conversations in a Crisis: Part IV: On Submission to Government (with Rev Benjamin Miller)

Part I: The Good and the Right
Part II: Improving Our Deliberation
Part III. Reforming Our Political Imaginaries
Part IV: On Submission to Government

Faced with our challenge of remaining faithful within and addressing our various contemporary societal crises with wisdom, Christians and churches are fracturing over our differing approaches and postures. My friend Ben Miller suggested that we have a series of conversations, to help us to pursue greater clarity on the principles, virtues, duties, and practices that can equip Christians to meet such difficult times with prudence, insight, and courage.