DiscoverJust Thinking PodcastEP # 093 | A Biblical Theology of the Role of Government
EP # 093 | A Biblical Theology of the Role of Government

EP # 093 | A Biblical Theology of the Role of Government

Update: 2020-03-115
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With the U.S. presidential elections only months away, many Christians, particularly young believers, are supporting candidates who endorse a socialist view of government. More specifically, the idea that it is the role of government to promote social equality. But is such a view of government biblical? In this extended episode of the Just Thinking podcast, Darrell Harrison and Virgil “Omaha” Walker take an in-depth look into the Scriptures–and history–to answer that question.  



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* EP # 039 | Christian Socialism

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* “Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen” (Alpha History)

* “The Souls of Poor Folk” (Poor People’s Campaign)



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EP # 093 | A Biblical Theology of the Role of Government

EP # 093 | A Biblical Theology of the Role of Government

Darrell Harrison & Virgil Walker