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Articulating and advancing a Christian philosophy for every sphere of life and thought.

Who We Are

At the Ezra Institute we're working to…

  • Restore gospel confidence among God's people
  • Renew understanding of the scope and power of the Word of God
  • Rebuild a Christian philosophy of life for every sphere
  • Recover a message of redemption that claims all of creation as the theatre of God's glory

Training Programs

H. Evan Runner International Academy (004)

advanced studies in cultural leadership and Christian philosophy

Worldview Leadership Youth Academy_website 2

worldview and apologetics training for youth

biblical worldview training for teens

worldview training for pastors and church ministry leaders

advanced studies in faithful cultural leadership

Christianity and culture

worldview training for Christians in all spheres

Featured Resources

The Baffling Terminology of Critical Theory

The Baffling Terminology of Critical Theory

Many Christians have heard of Critical Theory, but are unclear what it is and what it entails. In this first episode of a short series, we introduce the nature of Critical Theory, its Marxist origins in the Frankfurt School, and how it uses language to set itself up in opposition to the Christian worldview of the Bible.

Creational Economics

Creational Economics

Man is king of creation, under God‘s authority, and He wants man to enjoy that creation. The problem with creation-worship is not creation, but the sinful human heart.

The Role of the Christian University

The Role of the Christian University

Our newest Fellow, Dr. Ben Merkle, joins us on this week’s episode. Dr. Merkle is President of New Saint Andrews College, and we talk about the current state of higher education, the need for foundational worldview formation in critical thinking, and the fact that half the students in universities don’t need to be there.

Every Social Order is a Theocracy

Every Social Order is a Theocracy

On this episode we conclude our overview of Joe Boot’s newest book, Ruler of Kings, and explain how the concept of heresy applies to political and social life outside of the church. We also lay out the difference between theocracy and ecclesiocracy, and describe how every society, from revolutionary France to modern North America, has a god-concept that demands ultimate allegiance.

Jesus is the Ruler of the Kings of the Earth

Jesus is the Ruler of the Kings of the Earth

On this episode we discuss Joe’s newest book, Ruler of Kings. Joe explains why he felt compelled to write such a book at this time, and what the reign of King Jesus means for the way we understand and relate to civil government.

Sacred Spaces and the Mission of the People of God

Sacred Spaces and the Mission of the People of God

Our cultural treatment of everything once sacred as common, unimportant and profane is a mark of our apostasy and disrespect for God and the places in which He is worshipped and adored. Instead, we require honor and respect for human courts, government buildings and state property, but not the Lord. We live in a context where the Canadian Prime Minister will fence off Parliament as sacred space for democracy (people power) and to protect himself from peaceful political dissent and yet will do nothing when over 50 churches are burned to the ground.

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