This episode offers an enriching journey into the nexus of faith and politics, guided by our esteemed guest, Chad Connelly of Faith Wins. A seasoned advocate and a passionate believer, Chad shares his experiences traveling with David and Cheryl Barton, the critical role of pastors in shaping political discourse, and his takeaways from the Pro Family Legislators Conference. This conversation illuminates the significance of Christian engagement in the political sphere, unearthing insights and encouraging action. We explore the tenets of biblical voting, local race involvement, and the power of faith in action. Guided by the principle that God has a plan for everyone, we urge our listeners to pray, act, and leave a positive imprint on their communities. In these challenging times, this message is a beacon of hope, reminding us of our potential as individuals and as one nation under God. We then pivot to the instrumental role of pastors in political engagement, discussing the success faith as a driving force in politics and the need for promotion of biblical values. We delve into the nuances of building a network of pastors, addressing the hesitations and criticisms that often arise in relation to politics and religion. Wrapping up on a high note, we emphasize unity and shared values. This episode is not just an informative discussion, but a call to action and a testament to the power of faith in affecting positive change.
Good News Friday is our time to look at news stories that the major media doesn’t report. Adult stem cell research continues to prove results over embryonic stem cell research. In Missouri, a referendum ballot initiative protects the unborn against late term abortions. Funds are redirected from IRS agents to aid Israel. A Catholic farmer who was banned from a farmer’s market for believing that marriage is between one man and one woman wins his lawsuit to participate in the farmer’s market again. Christian values are beginning to re-emerge in Czechoslovakia as they leave the UN to protect Israel. Abortion declines in Delaware. All of this and more, on Good News Friday!
Foundations of Freedom Thursday means we get to take time today to answer Listener Questions- What is meant by Manifest Destiny? If there is a draft in the future, would women be included in the draft? What new information is there on January 6th? Ready to challenge your perception of American history and its impact on our existence today? Hop aboard as we journey through the controversial doctrine of Manifest Destiny, examining its historical roots and implications on our contemporary society. We'll untangle the knotted strands of the Democrat doctrine that asserted white American supremacy and led to the violation of Native American treaties. Transitioning from the past to the present, we look at the the roles that men and women play in our society, particularly in the military. We use biblical references to shed light on traditional gender roles and discuss the US military's approach to genders. As we ponder over the potential of a military draft, we ask - Could there be a conscientious exemption? How does the left's view of genders impact the idea of women being drafted? In the latter part of our episode, we look at Congressman Barry Loudermilk's information on January 6th. We ignite a conversation on transparency in government prosecutions. This episode is sure to stir your thoughts and offer a renewed perspective on the interplay of history, politics, and biblical truth. So, don't miss out!
Today is Good News Friday, so that means we’ll get to work through David and Tim’s stack of good news articles. In Loudoun County Virginia, parents put their foot down against public education and get a new Christian school started. The US is beginning to intervene in the war between Israel and Hamas. Mississippi governor posted a picture of a revival, bringing 1400 people to Christ. In Tennessee and Kentucky transgender procedures on children are banned. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson, switched to Republican from Democrat and now he has started a Republican Mayor’s Association to network conservative mayors for ideas and solutions. After Galesburg Illinois flys the pride flag, a lawsuit was won enabling the Christian flag to be flown as well. All of this and more on Good News Friday!
Today is Foundations of Freedom Thursday, which means we’ll take the time to answer listener questions on the air- If the Code of Hammurabi was not discovered until the 1900‘s why is there an image of him in the congressional chamber? Why do cities and coastal regions typically vote liberal and country areas vote conservative? Prepare for an intriguing journey back in time to 1750 BC, as we explore Hammurabi's code and answer the question, "Did it have any influence on early American law?" We'll shine a spotlight on the 23 lawgivers honored in the Capitol, especially the revered position of Moses. Amidst this exploration, we'll delve into the charged discussion surrounding the 1980s court decisions to remove religious elements from public spaces, including the Ten Commandments. Imagine if the sentiments of the Founding Fathers about city-dwellers versus rural-dwellers could help decode current voting patterns. Through a close examination of intriguing quotes from our nation's forefathers, we'll attempt to decode this exact mystery. Our journey will take us through intense perspectives about city life from Benjamin Rush, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison. Adding an extra layer to the discourse, we'll also discuss the biblical story of the Tower of Babel and how it is relevant to the idea that attitudes found in the city are detrimental to society as a whole. We'll also take you through the quiet lanes of rural life, exploring its potential benefits, particularly for children and families. Unravel the intricate thoughts of the Founding Fathers regarding urban and rural dwellers, and join us in discussing the advantages of real hard work. Buckle up for an enlightening exploration of historical law and the ongoing urban versus rural debate, all through the insightful lens of the Founding Fathers.
Foundations of Freedom, A Revealing Conversation with Congresswoman Michele Bachmann on Laws, part 2
Welcome to a riveting exploration into the heart of our republic with Congresswoman Michele Bachmann and historian David Barton. We're about to embark on a journey through time to examine the concept of jurisdiction, a fundamental pillar in our society. Have you wondered about the relationship between religion and government? From Henry VIII in England to the French monarchy, we'll delve into historical attempts to control religious doctrine. We'll also visit the story of King Uzziah, allowing us a peek into the jurisdiction of civil government. And of course, we'll discuss the modern implications of the government imposing its will on religious institutions. Lastly, join us as we highlight the imperative role of laws and the Constitution in safeguarding our rights and freedom. We'll reflect on the profound impact of the Ten Commandments, as ruled on by the landmark US Supreme Court case of Stone v Graham. With the guidance of Congresswoman Michele Bachmann and David Barton, we'll strive to comprehend the profound foundations of law, and how these foundations, sculpted by our Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, and the Bible, have shaped our understanding of law and freedom. Ready for a deep dive into the essence of our free society? Your journey starts here.
We're embarking on an enlightening journey through the vast intersections of faith, culture, law, and government. Promising a rich discourse, we're joined by our special guest, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann. As we traverse this discourse, we'll unravel the mysteries of God-ordained government, comprehend the purpose of laws, and study the timeless argument over the separation of church and state. Brace yourself for a deep-dive into the Bible's 613 civil laws and a fresh perspective on their purpose. As we journey back in the centuries, we'll reexamine the Ten Commandments, marvelling at how they've withstood the test of time, their relevance unscathed across eras and cultures. In the labyrinth of laws - moral, judicial, and ceremonial - we'll decode the nuances, and understand their transformation over the eras. Engage in an exploration of moral law, judicial law, statutory law, and social compact law, each serving its unique purpose in maintaining societal order while upholding God's moral law. In the final leg of our journey, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann takes center-stage once again, illuminating the primary types of law - ceremonial, moral, judicial, and social compact. Discover how these laws safeguard our freedoms, and how the Ten Commandments resonate with people of all times. This engaging and insightful conversation promises a comprehensive understanding of law and government. Whether you're an enthusiast or a curious learner, we promise, you'll come out with your horizons expanded, your understanding deepened. So, buckle up and let's get started!
Today is Foundations of Freedom Thursday, which means we’ll address some listener questions- What can young people who are interested in impacting politics and the culture do to make a difference? What can be done to get the church more involved in the pro-life movement? Some states are tying to remove Trump from the ballot, citing the insurrection clause in the Constitution. What can be done? All of this and more on Foundations of Freedom Thursday!
Today is Foundations of Freedom Thursday, which means we'll focus on questions from our audience. Did the founders plan to remove slavery gradually over time? Why did the founding fathers not clearly spell out the right to privacy in the constitution? Can the Noah Webster definition of misdemeanors be applied to the usage of the word in the constitution? All of this and more, on Foundations of Freedom Thursday!
Looking to sharpen your skills of debate and gain insight into the power of apologetics? You're at the right place. We're joined by the insightful Mark Spence from Living Waters, ready to unpack the importance of asking questions to engage in meaningful discussions. We examine Jesus' example in the Gospels of using questions as conversation tools, particularly in addressing misinformation or opposing viewpoints. Transitioning into more sensitive topics, we dive headfirst into the pro-life debate and abortion. Join us as we explore how to navigate these difficult conversations with empathy and understanding. Mark throws light on the impact Living Waters' new film "What Is It?" can have in spreading the message. We also address the Black Lives Matter movement and the necessity of acknowledging that all lives matter, including the unborn. In the final stretch of our conversation, we switch gears to the need for equipping our churches and individuals with the knowledge and tools needed for evangelism and apologetics. Mark explains how films like these can ignite discussions on topics such as abortion. As we wrap up, we explore the concept of biblical citizenship and how it can benefit modern America. We also share resources for you to delve deeper into these topics. Get ready for an enlightening discussion that will arm you with tools for engaging in these conversations.