We begin this episode by examining the biblical definition of murder, and looking at cases where the taking of life is prohibited, where it is permitted, and the single situation where it is required by God. We also consider how our society’s rejection of God is evident in legalized murder in the form of abortion and euthanasia, as well as Jesus’ teaching about murderous talk and attitudes that break this commandment.
What does the recent Dobbs decision of the US Supreme Court mean for the practice of abortion? We discuss why it’s fitting for Christians to loudly celebrate this ruling, as well as the reason we must approach issues related to life in terms of God’s standard, for any other standard is ultimately arbitrary and subject to change.
In this episode, we investigate the worldview and origins of proto-feminism as well as first-wave feminism. This movement often gets tacit approval from Christians because of things like universal suffrage, but at its root, this movement, led by figures like Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Stanton, and Margaret Sanger, is a self-centred, resentful ideology that opposes the family and fosters a bigger state.
Ezra Institute Fellow Dr. Ted Fenske explains the origins and nature of modern vaccines, and addresses some of the ethical considerations surrounding them.
At the invitation of Rebel Alliance Media, Joe Boot shares his #prolifechallenge video, outlining some reasons why he is pro-life, grounded in the character of God and His Word.
Douglas Wilson explains why the pro-life movement is steadily gaining ground, why Christians would do well to speak of the dignity of life based on the sanctity of the law of God, and offers counsel for those who feel disqualified from speaking out on behalf of the unborn