When a job needs to be done, do we possess the courage and faith to move forward? In this week’s boralogue, John looks at the need for courage and decision in the war of worldviews. There are those who go in the right direction and there are those who have no idea where the compass is. This goes for pastors and elders in churches as well. As we are engaged in this battle of worldviews, where will we stand?
Socialism seems to be infiltrating every aspect of our lives, but now it is making inroads into the church. Jordan Hall (www.pulpitandpen.org), Pastor at Fellowship Baptist Church in Montana, discusses how social justice and critical race theory is promoted in churches, often through youth conferences, in order to change among other things the voting patterns of America’s key evangelical demographic.
The rights of the unborn and the Roe v. Wade decision have been gaining traction in the news lately. Dr. Alveda King (www.civilrightsfortheunborn.org), Director of Civil Rights for the Unborn at Priests for Life – and the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. joins us to promote her new movie on the landmark 1973 case.
After John and Producer Steve discuss the New York Times’ 1619 Project and their attempt to rewrite history, John welcomes back to the program Vishal Mangalwadi (www.revelationmovement.com), President and Founder of the Book of the Revelation Movement. He examines the basis of language from the origins in the Bible to the creation of Western Civilization.
John’s quote of the week:
“There are two types of pastors and leaders and elders in churches: those who understand what’s happening and who are taking action in terms of fighting the worldview war for the faith of their congregation; and those who may or may not understand it but most definitely are not going to fight it.”
In this week’s Extras segment, we play an interview from December 2006 with Dr. Patrick Garry on the use of the term ‘racist’ and how its overuse is destroying free speech and the ability to rationally debate. This sounds awfully familiar to what’s happening today – and this interview was from 13 years ago!
08/31/2019 Decision by Indecision
Podcast Episode Chapters – (Segment start time)
1 – Boralogue – Picking a Side in the Upcoming Worldview Battle (1:49)
2 – John Loeffler – Marxist Influence on Language (13:29)
Pastor JD Hall – Branches of the Marxist Tree in Theology (20:22)
3 – Pastor JD Hall – Connections and Funding of Social Justice in the Church (26:24)
4 – Pastor JD Hall – Critical Race Theory (39:46)
5 – Dr. Alveda King – Roe v Wade from a Legal Standpoint (52:40)
John & Producer Steve – NYT’s 1619 Project (1:00:04)
6 – Vishal Mangalwadi – Basis of Language in the West (1:06:03)
7 – Extras Segment – Dr. Patrick Garry from 12/2006 on Racism (1:18:57)
End of Show (1:50:38)
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- Language Barrier
- Taking the Initiative
- Faded Green Old Deal
- The Freedom to Bash Freedom
- Tolerance – You’re Doing It Wrong
- Social Justice
- Weight of Reality
- Social Climate
- Getting Beyond the Worn Out Debate
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