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We bring you the next chapter from Joe Boot's book Gospel Culture, reading about the death wish of modern man, alienated from God, the world, and himself.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Grant and Ericha Van Brimmer talk about their new book, Behold Your King. This daily devotional for Advent is for your whole family, to help you get a fuller picture of the story of Scripture, the promises of God that we find throughout the Bible, and how Jesus is the fulfillment of those promises.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
This podcast episode is a live reading from the introductory material and the first chapter of Joe Boot's book, Gospel Culture. Buy the book at Ezra Press and look for the audiobook soon.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
God has created a good world, and has given His people the task of stewarding, caring for, and restoring it. A Christian understanding of creation care understands that God has promised to make all things new.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Sarah-Jane Bentley brings her years of teaching English literature to bear on the question of bringing up children, the goal of education, and the discovery of truth. She also explains the kind of worldview that could make a role model out of Lady Macbeth.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Whether we like it or not, we are in a cosmic struggle for the direction of history, and there is no opting out.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
EICC Fellow Tim Dieppe explains the economic and social implications of Islamic finance products, showing how they actually cost the end-user more than traditional investments.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Wesley Huff takes a break from lecturing at the Worldview Leadership Camp to talk issues of canon and canonicity.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
EICC Fellow Dr. Jonathan Burnside talks about law, authority, and wisdom, and how each of these are eminently embodied in Jesus.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Live reading of the last two chapters of Joe Boot's book, For Mission. We get into the philosophical roots of the retreatist impulse of church-ianity, and lay out the way forward for the church to once again be salt and light in the world.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
The ideology of cultural Marxism has quietly influenced the way that believers think, but this worldview is actually just a poor copy of the power, justice, and glory of the gospel of Jesus Christ.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
We continue with our reading Joe Boot's book For Mission, with chapters 2 and 3: What is the Church? and The Philosophical Foundations of Churchianity.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Rachel Eras articulates a Christian vision of hospitality, showing how it differs from the world, and how we can do it to the glory of God.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
This week's episode is a live reading of the first chapter of Joe Boot's book For Mission. This chapter addresses the twin errors in the contemporary church of overestimating the role of the church, and the role of the state, in the broader context of the kingdom of God.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Rachel Eras talks about the place of the home and the role of the homemaker in the broader cultural context, and explains how we've let worldly thinking creep into the way we view the home.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Doug Wilson talks about the phenomenon of the Christian music industry, the historic aesthetic accomplishments achieved by Christians, and offers some advice for aspiring Christian musicians.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Doug Wilson talks music and its role to glorify, the futile pursuit of coolness and relevance, and the kind of music appropriate for church and other occasions.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Douglas Wilson explains why the pro-life movement is steadily gaining ground, why Christians would do well to speak of the dignity of life based on the sanctity of the law of God, and offers counsel for those who feel disqualified from speaking out on behalf of the unbornBy Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
In part two of our conversation with Nate and Ben from Rebel Alliance Media, we pick up our conversation on the kind of culture that we’re creating, how Christians have been complicit in cultural decline, and what we can learn from the evangelical legacy of cultural reformation.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Nate and Ben from Rebel Alliance Media join Joe Boot to talk about cultural transformation - what it looks like, why we do it, and what's at stake if we refuse to honour God in this area of life.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Comedian Chris Wineland talks about the use of comedy in scripture and history, the Christian beginnings of Hollywood, and the calling to fulfill the cultural mandate in the arts and entertainment.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Jacob Reaume of Trinity Bible Chapel discusses his encounter with a growing white nationalist sympathy in Canada, and critiques its leading thinker, Ricardo Duchesne. The false hope of ethnic purity can only be defeated by the turn in repentance and faith to the hope of the gospel of Jesus Christ.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Dr. Ted Fenske discusses some of the social and medical implications of legalized marijuana in Canada.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Is it intellectually stifling to insist that knowledge and wisdom have to conform to God's revelation? How do we cultivate a godly intellectual humility? In the providence of God, unbelieving image-bearers can discover many true things about the world, but they have to assume Christian perspectives to properly account for them.…
 
What does it mean to claim to be biblical, and what is the and grounds for wisdom? In a time where the root of authority is hotly debated, God's Word reminds us that reason is a tool, not a judge.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Jeff Ventrella and Andrew Sandlin discuss natural law theory and natural theology, highlighting what man is for, how we should live, and the proper role of reason in relation to the written Word of God. In every human activity, there is an assumed worldview, and therefore an assumed cosmology.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
The church has a responsibility to declare the Word of God to the world. It is an antinomian minister who will not act according to that Word, and the results are disastrous.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Michael Thiessen discusses the place and duty of the family in the broader mission of the church and the Kingdom of God. Further Reading; John Bunyan: Family Duty Douglas Rosenau, A Celebration of Sex Michael Thiessen: Pursuing a First Class Marriage We get our great music courtesy of the great talent at Creative Ready.…
 
Michael Thiessen explains the place of marriage and sex in light of eternity, marriage as the living picture of Christ and the church, the relation between men and women, and the responsibility of parents in discipling their children to love and serve the Lord Jesus.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Jeffery Ventrella explains the biblical understanding of sports and competition, and role that they play in culture.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Special guest Nancy Pearcey explains personhood theory and its destructive consequences in the areas of abortion, euthanasia, transgenderism and homosexuality.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Tim Bayly discusses his book, The Grace of Shame: Seven Ways the Church has Failed to Love Homosexuals, and explains the role that shame plays in bringing about godly repentance.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Filmmaker Marcus Pittman discusses the documentary Babies are Murdered Here, the power of film, and encourages Christians to work to change current abortion legislation.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
As we conclude this season’s podcasting, Joe Boot reflects on the state of the West in light of the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, and we give you a preview of some of the plans in the works for the Ezra Institute in 2019.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
The true purpose of education is to create people who understand that in Christ they are free indeed. Universities today have lost sight of that goal, and until God grants repentance, we are driving off a cliff into economic ruin.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Christians have a dual responsibility to fight sinful ideas and impulses, and minister to a hurting and broken world with the life and power of Jesus.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
What makes a work of art Christian? Colin Harbinson contends that Christian art is truthful art, expressed from a coherent Christian worldview.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
As creatures bearing the image of God, mankind has a unique creative, artistic drive. How do we steward and develop art to the glory of God?By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
The cross itself was a moment of victory for God and His people, and Christians need to remember this in our efforts to imitate Christ.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Andrew Sandlin and Joe Boot discuss Tim Keller's recent New York Times opinion piece, and the trend among many evangelical leaders and pastors to try to balance biblical soteriology with a worldly, unbiblical view of ethics and justice.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Part 2 of the interview with Joshua Gielow of truthXchange on the Revoice conference, where we talk about art, the church, community and gospel witness.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Joshua Gielow of truthXchange shares his experiences from the Revoice conference, and we talk about the family, hospitality, liberal Christianity and gay identity.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Dr. Jerry Bergman of the Institute for Creation Research talks about the person and work of Charles Darwin, the Darwinian influence on Nazi ideology and the eugenics movement, as well as his own story of conversion from atheism to Christianity.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Samuel Sey of slowtowrite.com joins us to talk about writing from a biblical perspective on the politically-charged subject of racism - a sphere dominated by ungodly thinking.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Andrew Sandlin explains the origins of the term 'progressivism' and explains how the Christian idea of progress leads to cultural development, while the secular understanding of progress leads to a cyclical, and ultimately futile, view of history.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Joe Boot visits with Paul Huxley at the Wilberforce Academy in Oxford to talk about God and his Word, church and state, the role of the pastor, freedom in Christ, and what it means to serve God and others in public life.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Season 2 of the Podcast for Cultural Reformation is here! Jeff Durbin talks about his life of martial arts training and how the Christian should think about justice, self-defence, and the image of God.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Willem Ouweneel talks about his forthcoming book, a daily devotional on the Heidelberg Catechism called The Heidelberg Diary, and what accounts for the staying power of the old creeds and confessions.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
EICC Fellow Willem Ouweneel explains how asking foundational questions about the field of biology led him to pursue degrees in philosophy and theology, and what's at stake if we abandon the doctrine of a historical Adam created by God from the dust.By Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
 
Paganism is a worldview that worships nature, and ultimately, the self, rather than God the Creator. It is an ancient belief that has been expereiencing a resurgence over the past few centuries. When we reject the transcendent God, we remain spiritual beings and end up worshiping some aspect of creation.…
 
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