DiscoverBible Answer Man Podcast with Hank HanegraaffThe Gift of Self-Government in a Liberal Democracy, and Q&A
The Gift of Self-Government in a Liberal Democracy, and Q&A

The Gift of Self-Government in a Liberal Democracy, and Q&A

Update: 2020-10-21
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On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast (10/20/20), Hank invites listeners to imagine for a moment an empire that is invincible in power and majesty. Ruler over the rest of the nations of the world, but not just for a few hundred years, but for the better part of a millennium. For six hundred years the city of Rome towered above the nations. The invincibility of this empire was so certain that she actually bore a moniker—eternal. And then something unthinkable happened; Alaric and his Arian hordes breached the walls and sacked the immortal city. Pagan Romans looked on in utter disbelief as statues of ancient deities were pulled down. And then Christians began to wonder if indeed the end of the world was now at hand. When the Barbarians destroyed the Roman Empire in the West, it was the Christian Church that put together a new order called Europe. It was the Church that took the lead in rule by law, the pursuit of knowledge, and the expression of culture. And that is precisely what needs to happen in the modern epoch. For more information, please see Politics for Christians: Statecraft as Soulcraft https://www.equip.org/product/cri-resource-cri2010wa/

Hank also answers the following questions:

Why does the doctrine of “once saved, always saved” get a bad rap?
How was the Bible we have today assembled?
Why does God allow bad things to happen to good people?
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The Gift of Self-Government in a Liberal Democracy, and Q&A

The Gift of Self-Government in a Liberal Democracy, and Q&A

Hank Hanegraaff