God’s Judgement Upon a Nation

What Triggers God’s Judgment on a Nation?

When a society makes iniquity an ordinance, this is extremely serious with God.

Signs of a Nation under Judgment

Is there hope when a nation is under judgment?

Building Antifragile Christian Businesses w/ Gab CEO Andrew Torba

Return to God, America!


Our National Myth

Our National Myth

2 Chronicles 7:14 – If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land. (KJV)

Whenever difficult times come to America, many Christians cite 2 Chronicles 7:14 to prove that America has special covenant status with God and that her well being depends on the repentance of Christians. In this special episode of Critic al Issues Commentary Radio we address this claim and show how the passage applies to national Israel in the Old Testament who did have a covenant with God. Christians under the New Covenant do not have a particular “land” promised to them by God. We cite material from the Puritans that is often used to prove that America has a covenant with God. However, when God enters into a covenant with man, he initiates the covenant. We question the validity of humans binding God to a covenant by their own initiative. The claim that 2 Chronicles 7:14 applies to America can rightly be called “our national myth.” We should pray for our nation and her leaders as all Christians in all lands should do for theirs. But as a country we have no special covenant status and it is erroneous to blame Christians for whatever is wrong with America.

A Biblical Look at Racism

Jake Eakin and The Scandal of God’s Grace

FTA: If you are not aware of who Jake Eakin is, he was charged alongside Evan Savoie in the infamously brutal 2003 murder of a young autistic boy by the name Craig Sorger. The case made Washington state history because both Evan and Jake became the youngest defendants to be tried as adults. Both boys would go on to serve lengthy sentences in prison, yet Jake’s story invariably takes an incredibly interesting (and wonderful) turn.
Read this wonderful story here.

Defining Social Justice