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Podcast in Worldview


Conflicted Comrades: The Left and Islam’s Unholy Alliance Against Christianity

by Michael Thiessen and Nate Wright

May 8, 2024

Continuing our series Conversations & Presuppositions, Dr. Michael Thiessen and Pastor Nate Wright unpack the worldview convergence of the conflicted Red-Green Alliance between Leftist communists (red) and Islam (green). It turns out that what unites them is a common enemy, namely, Christ and His Church, and anything built upon that sure foundation.


Does the Bible Condone Slavery? – Part I

by Joe Boot and Michael Thiessen

April 10, 2024

In this, the second episode in our new series Conversations & Presuppositions, Doctors Boot and Thiessen discuss a common objection to Christianity, namely, that Christianity condones slavery. But does it? You’re not going to want to miss part one of this fascinating discussion.


7 Doctrines to Rule the World

by Michael Thiessen and Nate Wright

March 6, 2024

In this episode, Dr. Michael Thiessen and Pastor Nate Wright recap last weekend’s Right Response Ministries Conference, “Blueprints for Christendom 2.0,” by unpacking the seven doctrines presented at the conference for Christians to rule the world righteously under the Lordship of King Jesus.


Addressing the Rise of Antisemitism

by Daniel Ogden and Joe Boot and Michael Thiessen

February 28, 2024

In this episode, Michael and Joe are joined by Ezra Fellow for International Law, Comparative Politics, and International Relations, Daniel Ogden J.D., to talk about the disturbing rise of antisemitism and how to think about it biblically.


Part III: Responding to Attacks on the Family

by Joe Boot and Michael Thiessen and Nate Wright

February 7, 2024 | Luke Luke 15:1-32

In this episode, Joe, Michael, and Nate continue their discussion around Allistair Begg’s recent controversial advice to a grandmother about attending a queer wedding and his recent sermon defending his advice.


Part II: Responding to Attacks on the Family

by Joe Boot and Michael Thiessen

January 31, 2024 | Deuteronomy Deuteronomy 22:5; Leviticus 18:21-22

In this episode, Joe and Michael continue to discuss the big compromise of Big Eva and the need for strong fathers leading well–leading biblically.

Allistair Begg’s Comments:


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.


Religious Environmentalism at the Mission of God Conference

by Aaron Rock and Joe Boot and Ryan Eras

January 4, 2023

On this episode Joe Boot and Ezra Institute Fellow Aaron Rock discuss the themes, issues, and ideologies related to the contemporary environmentalism movement. For those who didn’t get their questions answered during the conference Q&A session, we deal with several more of those questions here.


The Baffling Terminology of Critical Theory

by Joe Boot and Nathan Oblak and Ryan Eras

May 18, 2022 | Colossians 

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.


Work, Culture, and Healing in the Kingdom of God

by Joe Boot

May 19, 2021

Joe Boot explains the connection between work, culture, and healing in the Christian vision of reality, and the importance of the balance between work and rest in life and in healthcare.


Why Worldview Matters

by Joe Boot and Nathan Oblak and Ryan Eras

February 17, 2021 | 1 Peter 

What does it mean to speak of a worldview, and why does it matter for the way that we live? Joe Boot explains the role that worldview plays in our lives, and its importance for the the work of apologetics.


Science, Reductionism and the Myth of Neutrality

by Joe Boot and Nathan Oblak and Ryan Eras

November 4, 2020

People require a concept of authority – whether the state, popular opinion, or the scientific expert. When people deny God they are not getting rid of ultimate authority, just transferring it.