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Every generation historically claims it lives in unprecedented times, but certain aspects of our times are in fact objectively unprecedented, and they are unprecedentedly evil as a result of one great philosophical twist and one great ecclesial heresy. The Christian calling is to overturn these ideational errors, restore the Faith, and take back th…
 
Jesus Christ is great for many, many reasons. Here are two of them: he is the mediator of creation, and exercises his Lordship over all the cosmos. Second, he loves righteousness and hates lawlessness. This is the Lord that we serve, and his greatness in these matters and all others is incomparable.由P. Andrew Sandlin
 
The extent to which Western civilization has been great is the extent to which it is been Christian. In abandoning Christianity, we are abandoning our greatness. Our only hope is a restoration of Christianity, not merely as an individual existential experience, but also, and more fully, as a great cultural force.…
 
Several decades ago a Canadian schoolteacher Everett Storms read the Bible through 27 times specifically counting God’s promises. The number he came up with is 7,487. We might dis‐ pute that number, but of this there must be no doubt: you can find thousands of God’s promises in the Bible. If you read nothing but divine promises in the Bible, you wo…
 
An explanation of the dominant worldview of our contemporary cultural elites. The intellectual roots of “social justice,” “multiculturalism,” “cisgendering,” “toxic masculinity,” “white privilege,” “heteronormativity,” “trigger warnings,” “identity politics,” and “intersectionality.”由P. Andrew Sandlin
 
All religions, including (perhaps especially) the regnant secular religion, are exclusive. They simply exclude different things. Christianity alone fosters political liberty and it alone creates human flourishing. To abandon Christianity is to invite political tyranny and individual despair.由P. Andrew Sandlin
 
It’s stupefying that God requires we search out and ponder and relish and express gratitude for His works, while this topic is almost never expounded or even mentioned today. This talk highlights several leading divine works and shows how we can correct our time’s dangerous omission.由P. Andrew Sandlin
 
Ours is a world awash in Modernity and Postmodernity. They have dismantled Christian culture — from Baudelaire to Derrida, Stravinsky to Queen, Joyce to Lyotard. Modernism eats itself alive as Postmodernism. The only cure is a return to reality — creation ... the Triune God.由P. Andrew Sandlin
 
We should be shaken by the tumult in world, because God is doing the shaking. He is very loudly shaking away the evil, because it is not his will to give peace to a rebellious world. Just as he shook and pulverized apostate Judaism to make way for the true Jewish church (Christianity), so he is shaking and pulverizing the apostate gentiles to make …
 
The words “science” and “religion” are often depicted as irreconcilable opposites. But what is the worldview behind that perspective? Is it a valid representation of reality? How do we respond to the claim that religion and science should stay in their own lanes? Is Darwinism a reasonable explanation of the origin of the universe and the developmen…
 
Modern science was launched almost exclusively by Christians and on distinctly Christian premises. In fact, modern science would’ve been impossible apart from a Christian worldview. Darwinism, by contrast, is an atheist explanation of the physical world that dehumanizes man and trashes creation.由P. Andrew Sandlin
 
Conventionally conservative groups like the Southern Baptist Convention have tried to champion Critical Theory, the analytical tool of Cultural Marxism devised by the Frankfurt School of the Weimar Republic and transplanted to the United States by men like John Dewey. This podcast is a simplified explanation of Critical Theory and a brief critique,…
 
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