In this episode Ezra Institute Fellow Michael Thiessen discusses what it means to take the name of the Lord, both rightly and wrongly, in the church, in politics, and in any other sphere. We also talk about the nature of oaths and authority, the Sermon on the Mount, what it means for something to be damned by God, and door-to-door sales. NOTE: we do not use language flippantly, but this episode contains language that parents may not want your children to hear.
Ezra Institute Fellow Jonathan Burnside introduces the obvious political implications of the Bible. As a holy nation and a nation of priests, Israel was meant to stand before God in regard to all the nations of the world. By embodying and holding forth the gift of Torah, they were to be a light to all the nations.
EICC Founder Joe Boot debates Michael Jones of Inspiring Philosophy over the question “Is Evolution Compatible with the Bible?”
Jesus governs our hearts and lives, but His rule on the throne of David extends over the whole universe. One of the things that attends the growth of Christ's Kingdom is growing peace as the effect of the gospel goes out by His people.
Wesley Huff outlines the nature and history of Bible translation, demonstrating that we have good reason for confidence in the Bible as the inerrant Word of God.