Jesus said, “It’s easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven.” Would all Americans qualify as being rich according to Jesus’ standards for wealth?
From Joshua Lahring – Hi Pastor Joel, I have been listening to you on biblical patriarchy and I am wondering what you think about women having the right to vote. Since men are called to lead in the home and should be the governing authorities, should women have part in deciding the direction of society?
Evangelical leaders in America continually encourage Christians to love their city but not their country. So why is it considered evangelistic (or missional) for Christians to love and identify with their city but idolatrous (or even racist) for Christians to love and identify with their country?
Thousands of American citizens are currently stranded in Afghanistan, as well as tens of thousands of American allies. Who is to blame for this massive failure? Is it Joe Biden’s fault from pulling out so quickly? Is it Donald Trump’s fault, due to his previous deal with the Taliban? Is it the men of Afghanistan’s fault because of their unwillingness …
Ministries like yours regularly emphasize the importance of God’s Law, but how does this emphasis square with Romans 6:14? “For sin will have no dominion over you, since you are not under law but under grace.”
What is equality? Should it be held as a virtue? Should it be pursued? Where there be equality in the new heaven and the new earth? Or will hierarchy among humans continue into eternity? All of these questions are addressed in this episode of Questions.