Podcast: The Place of Compromise for the Christian

This week Keith and I take a listener’s question related to last week’s first podcast on politics and filtering information as it comes at us at such a fast pace, and spend this week dealing with that question and implications for us. Justin Owen’s joins us as a continuation of last week’s TID.

Give it a listen here TID: The Place of Compromise for the Christian

You can watch below.

TID will be up on Apple and Spotify soon, so keep a sharp eye out for that, and please share if you are so inclined! For real, share the podcast…if you are so inclined. Be inclined!

2 comments

  1. The next “perfect” candidate will be in the deception of the Anti-Christ.
    I also agree that Sanctity of Life is a first order issue. I have a spiritual heartache about the present infatuation with death surrounding the pandemic at the same time babies are being aborted every day while a blind eye is cast from any news media report or statistic.
    Thanks guys, thoroughly enjoying these podcasts.

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  2. Thanks for the interesting responses to my obnoxious questions. Some day when our shelter in place is over, I’d like to talk about this in person because I would have some follow-up questions based on my reporting background and just some observations about church life in general. It was interesting you mentioned Romans 14 and unity at the end because I was reading Jesus’ prayer for unity of believers in my quiet time this morning and thinking about the times I have felt unwelcome in some churches because my views on some issues aren’t like the majority and, more importantly, how many non-followers are drawn away from Christ because of our lack of unity.

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