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Podcast in Creation


Parents and Children & the Family of God

by Joe Boot and Nate Wright

March 13, 2024

In this episode, the latest of our series on the family, Dr. Joe Boot and Pastor Nate Wright discuss the relationship between parents and children, how it mirrors the Triune nature of God, and how family is, indeed, the nucleus of civilization.


Motherhood & the Family of God ft. Susie Rock

by Michael Thiessen and Nate Wright and Susie Rock

February 21, 2024

In this episode, Michael and Nate are joined by Harvest Windsor’s Women’s Life Director, Susie Rock, to continue the discussion on the family by discussing what it means to be a woman made in the Image of God, their role in the Kingdom, and how to fulfill it for the good of others and the glory of God Almighty.


Fatherhood & the Family of God

by Joe Boot and Michael Thiessen and Nate Wright

February 14, 2024

In this episode, Joe, Michael, and Nate continue their discussion on the family by discussing what the archetypal fatherhood of God means for our ectypal familial relationships. Simply put, they discuss what God’s fatherhood means for us and our realtionships. Oh, how sweet it is to be part of the household of God through Christ our Lord.


Part I: Responding to Attacks on the Family

by Joe Boot and Michael Thiessen and Nate Wright

January 24, 2024

In this episode, Joe, Nate and Michael respond to yet more bad advice from Big Eva. How can we remain faithful fathers in a world full of compromise? Tune in to find out.


Religion and Work

by Joe Boot

December 29, 2021

From the creation of the very first people in the garden of Eden, human beings were called to develop the earth to create all kinds of wealth and riches that lay hidden and undeveloped in creation. This development was not and is not easy. There are three ways by which wealth can be built: hard work, inheritance, or theft.


Climate, COVID, CRT, and the new Counter-Reformation

by Joe Boot and Nathan Oblak and Ryan Eras

November 10, 2021

Tracking the development of Western thought from the Reformation and forward into today, we notice that several contemporary dominant ideas that have their root in self-conscious opposition to God and His Word, and to the idea of man as the image-bearer of God. Chief among these in our own time is the modern green movement. What does a biblical approach to climate stewardship look like?


God’s Revelation in Nature

by Joe Boot and Nathan Oblak and Ryan Eras

October 20, 2021

The biblical starting point for all human activity – including academic reflection – is the character of God as revealed in the Bible, the incarnate Son, and the created world. For man to begin with anything else is necessarily to respond in an idolatrous fashion.


The Marvel and Mystery of Man, Part 2

by Joe Boot

July 21, 2021

As image-bearers of God, human beings occupy a privileged place within creation. The wonder of man is that he occupies a kingly position as the religious center of the temporal cosmos. Christ Jesus emphasized the central place of man not only by His own incarnation, but by the relative value he placed on human beings and the responsibility we have to care for and cultivate other parts of creation.


The Marvel and Mystery of Man, Part 1

by Joe Boot

July 7, 2021

Scripture clearly connects the activities of creation and redemption as a unified totality in Jesus Christ, pointing to the ultimate destiny of redeemed humanity in resurrection life. In Colossians 1:15-20, Paul affirms that all things in the entire cosmos, visible and invisible, including all powers and authorities, both heavenly and earthly, were created through and for Christ. Nothing exists by itself or for itself – including man – but consists in an unbreakable coherence with all other things by virtue of creation.


A Christian Perspective on Environmentalism

by Cal Beisner and Ryan Eras

February 21, 2020

Cal Beisner, founder of the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation, explains the relationship between biblical stewardship of the earth and care for the poor, how environmental concern got co-opted by socialism, and how Christians can improve our stewardship of creation.


God Loves the World and so Should We

by Andrew Sandlin and Ryan Eras

September 27, 2019

God has created a good world, and has given His people the task of stewarding, caring for, and restoring it. A Christian understanding of creation care understands that God has promised to make all things new.