How can we live in freedom together – as a society? In this podcast we look at the chapter on covenant from Os Guinness’ book The Magna Carta of Humanity. Alternative, check out the audio podcast. Links
In the next chapter of The Magna Carta of Humanity, Os Guinness explains how our freedom is won by the sovereignty and freedom of God. If we trust in people, we will end up disappointed. Alternatively, check out the audio podcast. Links
In this podcast we continue looking at Os Guinness’ book, The Magna Carta of Humanity. In particular we think about his insights on freedom and whether freedom can be absolute. Alternatively, check out the audio podcast. Links
In this podcast we look at the first chapter of Os Guinness’ book “The Magna Carta of Humanity”, about how freedom requires authority – i.e., God. Alternatively, check out the audio podcast. Links
In this episode we start looking at Os Guinness’ new book “The Magna Carta of Humanity” and compare the 1776 American Revolution with the 1789 French Revolution. Which one do we want to build our society on? Alternatively, check out the audio podcast. Links
In this podcast we look at John Locke’s Second Treatise on Government to see what we can learn about liberty and the role and limits of civil society. APOLOGIES FOR THE AUDIO QUALITY IN THE MIDDLE – I was using a new feature on my software I hadn’t tested, and it distorted the audio. I […]
In the fourth part of the ‘more than survival’ series we think about freedom. Why is it important, and what does the Bible say about it? How can we have true freedom? Links Daily Sceptic – Lessons from the Pandemic Ian Paul (Psephizo) – Does God still perform miracles today? Understand the Bible – Series […]
A couple of days ago I watched “The Magnificent Seven” again and it struck me how it contains a parable of freedom and security. How do we trade one for the other? Do we need to do so?
Why is it appropriate to believe we should have freedom, even during a pandemic? In this video I explore the philosophical roots of freedom in Western democracies: what does the Bible say about freedom, and how should a government have responded on Christian principles? I wrote a brief review and some thoughts about Dominion here.
A case for why Christians should care about freedom and liberty – including free speech. This is a blog which has been brewing for some weeks now. I’m involved in various different formal and informal Christian networks. Over the last few months, I’ve seen a lot of information from Christian groups advising us about how […]