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What Is The Most Dangerous Threat In America For Black Lives?

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Scripture: Psalm 2
Topics: Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Contributor: Joel Webbon

There seem to be a lot of assertions being made regarding systematic oppression toward African Americans. Is there any validity to these assertions? If so, where is race-based, systematic oppression most prevalent in our nation?

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The Goodness of God’s Wrath

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Scripture: Romans 1:18-23
Topics: Doctrine of the Law, Doctrine of God, Doctrine of Man, Doctrine of the Law, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Justice, Contributor: Zack Gilman

This week Pastor Zack Gilman teaches on Romans 1:18-23. His focus was on the wrath of God toward mankind and his wicked rebellion. He took time to carefully explain how the wrath of God, although a terrifying reality, is actually good news to those who trust him.

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Are there any Exceptions to this Command; “Mourn with Those Who Mourn?”

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Scripture: Romans 12:15
Topics: Church Unity, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Love, Resisting Temptation, Contributor: Joel Webbon

The Bible says to “mourn with those who mourn.” However, is there a certain criteria that must be met before Christians join others in mourning?

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Critical Race Theory & The Death of George Floyd

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Scripture: Deuteronomy 19:15-21Exodus 23:1-3Leviticus 19:15
Topics: Church Unity, Church Unity, Polemics, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Love, Resisting Temptation, Culture & Politics, Guilt & Shame, Justice, Contributor: Joel Webbon

In this episode, Pastor Joel shifts gears from the crisis of COVID-19, to a new crisis: The Death of George Floyd and the protests/riots. This specific episode provides a concise and clear explanation of Critical Race Theory/Intersectionality, and how these worldly philosophies are radically shaping the current events in our nation. More episodes on this to follow…

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How Should Christians Think Through the #BlackLivesMatter Movement?

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Scripture: Exodus 23:1-3Leviticus 19:15
Topics: Church Unity, Church Unity, Polemics, Church Unity, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Love, Resisting Temptation, Culture & Politics, Guilt & Shame, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Doctrine of the Law, Doctrine of God, Doctrine of Man, Doctrine of the Law, Doctrine of Man, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Is there a difference between the “sentiment” of Black Lives Matter and the official “movement” of Black Lives Matter? Can Christians support this movement? If not, can Christians support the sentiment without supporting the movement?

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Biblical Criteria for Rebelling Against Civil Authorities

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Scripture: Hebrews 10:24-25
Topics: Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Love, Resisting Temptation, Culture & Politics, Guilt & Shame, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Submission to Authority, Church Unity, Church Unity, Polemics, Church Unity, Polemics, Contributor: Joel Webbon

In this episode, Pastor Joel provides clear, biblical criteria for when Christians should rebel against civil authorities. Have your Bibles handy for this episode, as Pastor Joel provides several examples for rebelling against civil authorties from both the Old and New Testament.

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The Wickedness of Welfare: A Case Study On Caring For Widows

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 5:3-4
Topics: Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Love, Resisting Temptation, Culture & Politics, Guilt & Shame, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Submission to Authority, Justice, Church Unity, Church Unity, Polemics, Church Unity, Polemics, Loving the Saints, Service, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Honor widows who are truly widows. But if a widow has children or grandchildren, let them first learn to show godliness to their own household and to make some return to their parents, for this is pleasing in the sight of God. 1 Timothy 5:3-4 ESV INTRODUCTION It has been said that the true test of a civilization is the …

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The #1 Killer in America

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:6-8
Topics: Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Love, Resisting Temptation, Culture & Politics, Guilt & Shame, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Submission to Authority, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Contributor: Joel Webbon

The #1 killer in America will never be COVID-19. The coronavirus can’t hold a candle to the lives that have been taken by abortion.

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Applying Biblical Justice to Theft

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:1-2
Topics: Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Love, Resisting Temptation, Culture & Politics, Guilt & Shame, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Culture & Politics, Justice, Submission to Authority, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Justice, Contributor: Joel Webbon

According to the Bible, how should the civil authorities deal with theft? Who should be financially penalized, the thief or the party who the thief was attempting to steal from? Sadly, our nation seems to have this backwards.