Susannah Black joins me for another discussion, this time on the subject of freedom of speech, the various senses in which it is spoken of, and whether, where, and how it is a good thing.
January 5th: Jeremiah 4 and Galatians 5
January 4th: Jeremiah 3 and Galatians 4
August 5th: 1 Samuel 25 and Romans 6
July 9th: Ruth 4 and 1 Corinthians 9
June 20th: Judges 3 and Galatians 5
Christians and Coronavirus: Seeking Wisdom in Time of Confusion, #2: Are They Allowed to Do That?
Brad Littlejohn and I recently recorded a series of videos in which we discuss issues of wisdom that surround our response to the coronavirus crisis as Christians. In this second video, we discuss the rights and duties of the civil magistrate relative to churches.
In your view of human freedom do people ever truly have real multiple options that they chose from or are they always enslaved by their nature to one option and moved toward a good option by the grace of God being in a sense acted upon them? Is it valid, in your opinion, to see the unregenerate as stuck in sinful nature away from God waiting for God’s move of grace but that the regenerate are growing into a greater sense of freedom where they truly have options within their nature and God is not directing every move of their life through the giving and withholding of grace? I hope my question is clear enough that you get what I’m asking.