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In October 1990, the long-promised book by the faculty of Westminster Theological Seminary finally appeared: Theonomy: A Reformed Critique. This book is North’s two-pronged response. First, he takes up the major essays and themes of the Westminster faculty’s critique/interaction with theonomy and provides clarifications and rejoinders. Second, he argues that Westminster has abandoned the apologetic theory of Cornelius Van Til, which maintains that between the believer and the unbeliever all ...
 
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In preparation for his talks about human sexuality at the upcoming Good of the Bluegrass Conference, where he will seek to bring the Christian sexual ethic back inside our culture’s “plausibility structure,” Robert uses this episode to first show the flaws of today’s prevailing sexual ethic, with the hope that skeptics will be willing to hear what …
 
Most Christians know the Bible’s command to “honor your father and mother” but what exactly does that look like when your parents are mentally unhealthy or even physically abusive? This week’s episode focusses on the difficult topic of how parents should repent and how children can respond.By Every Square Inch Podcast
 
How do you share your faith in a post-modern culture that’s radically different than the culture in which you came to faith? In this week’s episode, Robert gives his thoughts on how to reach the next generation in a Biblical way. “In Defense of Good Works” Sermon Audio (link) “Evangelism in a Secular Age” Topical Teaching Series (link)…
 
Is there any part of our culture that isn’t divided these days? In this week’s episode, Robert argues that the arena of sports fandom is one of the few places left in our society where animosity is set aside for a few hours to cheer on a common cause. And yet, it is still a flawed replacement for the glory, community, and identity found in the King…
 
In light of Black History Month, and in response to feedback about the “Racism in America” series (episodes 31-33), Robert shares some additional thoughts about the history of racism in the church, Critical Race Theory, and more. LINKS: “Lost Legacy” by Dr. Sean Lucas (YouTube Video)By Every Square Inch Podcast
 
As the senior pastor of a church which submitted itself to an independent investigation of sexual abuse, and which is currently submitting to another investigation, Robert has recorded this episode as a resource to others who find themselves in a similar situation and are looking for Biblical guidance. This episode looks at two main questions: why …
 
In Part 2 of this two-part series, Robert unpacks what it truly means for America to be a “Christian Nation” by looking at the founders’ beliefs, the intentions behind the way they designed our nation, and how to deal with the failures of our country in a way that honors our founding principles.By Every Square Inch Podcast
 
In this two-part series, Robert answers the question “Is America a Christian Nation?” two ways: absolutely not, and absolutely yes. In Part 1, he takes a closer look at the history of American exceptionalism and its ties to Christianity, both at America’s founding and also to this day. View our "One Step" applications to the Racism in America serie…
 
In the final episode of our series on racism in America, Robert looks specifically at how our Protestant, Presbyterian tradition has handled the issues of slavery and racism in our country’s history, before ending the series with theological and practical applications for our church. LINKS: Overture 43 from the 44th PCA General Assembly, condemning…
 
In the first episode of a three-part series on the historical cultural moment emerging from the killing of George Floyd, Robert speaks to those who are passionate for racial justice. While affirming their zeal to fight racism, he cautions that they may be unknowingly embracing a destructive ideology that harms the very world they are seeking to hea…
 
In the final episode of our de-conversion series, Robert finishes by looking at a common “non-starter” for non-Christians: the seemingly archaic and unreasonable sexual ethic of the Bible. What does Jesus have to say about our sexuality, and why does our western culture refuse to accept it?By Every Square Inch Podcast
 
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