20 Jun 2020

TOPIC: Why God-Defined Family and Morality are the Targets of the Revolution

2020-06-24T10:35:22-05:00Jun 20, 2020|

GUESTS: BRUCE AND MARY JANE WHEATON, host David Wheaton’s parents

If the foundations are destroyed, what can the righteous do? Psalm 11:3

While it may appear that ending “racism” is the purpose behind the protests and violence taking place in our country, the real intent is the destruction of God-defined family and morality, as is made clear on the website of Black Lives Matter (BLM), the organization at the […]

13 Jun 2020

TOPIC: “Systemic Racism” and the Christian Response (Part 2 of 2)

2020-06-16T21:00:07-05:00Jun 13, 2020|

GUESTS: DARRELL HARRISON and VIRGIL WALKER, hosts, Just Thinking podcast

For there is no partiality with God. Romans 2:11

Last week in part 1 of our conversation, Darrell Harrison and Virgil Walker, hosts of the Just Thinking podcast, talked about the widely-accepted false assertion and animating worldview behind the protests, destruction, and criminal acts taking place, that our nation is “systemically racist” against blacks.

This […]

06 Jun 2020

TOPIC: “Systemic Racism” and the Christian Response (Part 1 of 2)

2020-06-30T13:23:27-05:00Jun 06, 2020|

GUESTS: DARRELL HARRISON and VIRGIL WALKER, hosts, Just Thinking Podcast

Following the death of a black man named George Floyd under the knee of a white Minneapolis police officer named Derek Chauvin, widespread protests and violence continue to shake our nation.

The narrative that is most frequently and loudly being repeated—by the mainstream media, Democrat politicians (and some Republicans), “woke” corporations, celebrities, people of all ethnicities, and […]

29 May 2020

TOPIC: Twin Cities Burning from the Fires of the Flesh

2020-06-03T00:23:34-05:00May 29, 2020|

Never take your own revenge, beloved, but leave room for the wrath of God, for it is written, “Vengeance is Mine, I will repay,” says the Lord. Romans 12:19

For over five minutes that are excruciating to watch, a white Minneapolis police officer presses his knee into the back of the neck of a handcuffed black man lying face down on the street, pleading that he can’t breathe and calling for his mother, until the […]

18 Jan 2020

TOPIC: Resurgence Turned Divergence in the Southern Baptist Convention, Part 2

2020-01-22T19:03:38-06:00Jan 18, 2020|

Guest: Tom Ascol, Pastor and Film Producer of By What Standard?

The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) is the largest Protestant denomination in the U.S.  Having turned from theological liberalism in the 1980s in an era known as the “conservative resurgence”, the SBC is now in another bellwether battle over three issues, all centered around the question of whether Scripture is sufficient in all matters of life and faith…or not.

Last week in […]

09 May 2019

TOPIC: How Socialism Is Impacting the Country and the Church

2019-05-11T15:08:56-05:00May 09, 2019|

GUEST: Curtis Bowers, Producer, Agenda films

There is a way which seems right to a man, but its end is the way of death.  Proverbs 14:12

Socialism is an all-encompassing worldview which believes a bigger, more intrusive government ordering every aspect of life will result in a better, more equitable future for all.

The structure for socialism can be attributed to Karl Marx and Fredrich Engels […]

26 Jan 2019

TOPIC: Are Reparations for Slavery Consistent with Repentance and Restitution? Part 2

2019-04-05T14:12:44-05:00Jan 26, 2019|


GUEST:Darrell Harrison, Former Fellow of the Black Theology and Leadership Institute, Princeton Theological Seminary

Last week on the program, Darrell Harrison, former fellow of the Black Theology and Leadership Institute at Princeton Theological Seminary, joined us to discuss race (which he says is a misnomer for ethnicity), racism (or “ethnicism” as he calls it) within society and the church, the “white privilege” pejorative, […]

19 Jan 2019

TOPIC: Are Reparations for Slavery Consistent with Repentance and Restitution? Part 1

2019-04-05T14:12:48-05:00Jan 19, 2019|


GUEST:Darrell Harrison, Former Fellow of the Black Theology and Leadership Institute, Princeton Theological Seminary

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a national holiday that occurs at this time of year, commemorating King’s impact on civil rights in this country, particularly equality for blacks.

Decades after King, the issue of race and racism hasn’t died down.  In fact, race and racism are hot-button issues today, not just […]

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