March 15, 2021
Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey: Today we are discussing recent comments by Tim Keller, famous theologian and pastor. Pastor Tim Keller has been diagnosed with cancer, and his recent article in the Atlantic sheds light on how he is dealing with the finality of earthly life. His profound thoughts in this area should be of help to any Christians who finds their faith shaken by the suffering that death brings. We also discuss his take on Christian nationalism and how Pastor Keller gets a few things wrong here. What is really the bigger danger to America, Marxism or capitalism? Lastly, we’ll bring up a curriculum in California that’s making headlines for asking students to chant to an ancient Aztec god.
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Past Episodes Mentioned:
Ep 370: The Shocking Anti-History, Anti-Science Influence on Public Education | Guest: Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson https://apple.co/3rSfw2y
Ep 353: Our Kids Are Learning What?! | Guest: Chris Rufo https://apple.co/3lh3Cgq
Ep 263: Why Social Justice Can’t Solve Racism | Guests: Virgil Walker & Darrell B. Harrison https://apple.co/3cBPVo7
The Atlantic: “Growing My Faith in the Face of Death” https://bit.ly/30KhDtk
The Christian Post: “Tim Keller: Church’s affiliation with Republicanism has given Christian nationalism ‘a place to incubate'” https://bit.ly/3eGPXxH
The Christian Post: “California ‘ethnic studies’ proposal teaches kids white Christian are evil, chant to Aztec gods” https://bit.ly/3cs37vK
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