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In this episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Joel sits down for a conversation with Toby Sumpter about the absurdity of Christians always being “nice” and why we must learn to fight. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and download our FREE App!
In this episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Joel hosts a conversation with Desiree Maes from the Provoked Podcast and End Abortion Now about the evils of abortion and how Christians can get involved in abolishing it.
Should Christians always submit to those in positions of civil authority? If not, what is the biblical criteria for Christians rebelling against the civil magistrate?
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…
Many of you have reached out with questions regarding the specifics for how Pastor Joel’s Church (The Response Church) is responding to the current crisis, as well as the current laws being enforced on churches, especially in the state of California. So in this episode, Pastor Joel shares his church’s testimony of the last couple months.
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.
I recognize that gentleness is a fruit of the Spirit that every Christian should possess. However, how do I reconcile gentleness with Jesus who fashioned a whip to drive the money changers out of the temple?
A Christian man is a fighting man. He fights for the right things, with the right motives, and in the right ways.
Pastor Joel, I have often heard people say, “Only God can judge me.” So my question is, is it always a sin for Christians to judge others?