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241: When is It Okay to Disobey the Law?

Civil disobedience has long been an effective manner of protest, both in antiquity as well as in contemporary societies. The protests led by Gandhi in India, the American civil rights movement of [...]

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233: Differences Between Conservatives and Liberals

In this episode, Kenny dives into the terms “conservative” and “liberal” explaining what they literally mean, and more importantly, explaining how those terms are utilized [...]

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225: What is the Law? Why Does it Matter?

Throughout the New Testament the apostles made reference to the Old Testament law and its connection to the Gospel. The law was the set of rules, regulations, and expectations that God had set [...]

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210: Why Am I Against the Death Penalty?

Typically, American Evangelicals are conservative in their theology and conservative in their politics as well. That means that most American Evangelicals support the typical conservative [...]

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205: Is It Wrong for Christians to Sue a Non-Christian or the Government?

Is there ever a set of circumstances where it is appropriate for a Christian to file a lawsuit against the government, a corporation, or a non-believing individual? In our previous episode (#204) [...]

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204: Should a Christian Ever Sue Another Christian?

Should a follower of Christ ever file a lawsuit against another follower of Christ? Does the Bible address this? Is there ever a scenario wherein it would make sense or be appropriate for one [...]

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151: What is Theonomy & Christian Reconstructionism?

In this episode, Kenny explains and defines the concepts of Theonomy and Christian Restructionism. Theonomy is the idea that Old Testament law should be considered morally binding. Theonomists [...]