Episodes

Pastor Tim Bayly on the Sin of Soft Men

Pastor Tim Bayly, of Clearnote Church in Bloomington, joins us to discuss fatherhood, biblical ministry to homosexuals, and the sin of soft men.  Check out his book Daddy Tried, and also check out the pastor's conference where Pastor Bayly goes deeper into the issues...

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Idaho Do We Have the Backbone to End Abortion?

This last year, Idaho Senator Dan Foreman, proposed end abortion legislation in Idaho.  This legislation went nowhere because Republican Senate Chair Jeff Siddoway refused to allow the bill into committee.  Jeff joins us to discuss Idaho politics, why the end abortion...

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Dustin Messer and the Benedict Option

Dustin Messer, teacher of Theology and Worldview at Legacy Christian Academy, Senior Fellow of Theology and Culture at The Center for Cultural Leadership, and the Pastoral Associate at Christ Church (PCA) in Carolton, TX, joins us to discuss Rod Dreher's Benedict...

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Matt Walsh, Unholy Trinity, and Why the Church is the Problem

This week Matt Walsh joins us to discuss his new book Unholy Trinity.  Unholy Trinity exposes liberal hypocrisy concerning abortion, gay marriage, and the redefinition of what it means to be a man or a woman. But what drove all this, what gave opportunity for the...

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CrossPolitic Special Edition with Jim Wilson

We had the privilege of visiting with Jim Wilson at his house in Moscow, Idaho, and so we thought we would bring this to the podcast.  Jim is the father to Pastor Doug Wilson, and the spiritual father to so many whom he has evangelized throughout the world.  In this...

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How to be an Atheist and Bruce Jenner’s Problem with Trump

Mitch Stokes is a Senior Fellow of Philosophy at New St. Andrews College in Moscow, Idaho.  He received his Ph.D. in philosophy from Notre Dame under the direction of Alvin Plantinga and Peter van Inwagen.  At Yale, he earned an M.A. in religion under the direction of...

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Syria, Trump, Gorsuch, and Christians in the Business World

In this episode we take on Christians in business.  So many Christians separate their faith from their politics, and to our topic, their businesses.  Jesus died for the world and there is no domain where Christ does not reign.  Christians are called to glorify God in...

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Mid-week Five Minute Fix: Amazon is Glad to Tax You

Amazon kindly decided to start charging sales tax in the sate of Idaho.  No law requiring them to do this, they just decided out of the goodness of their heart after a discussion with the government in bed, that they would start charging sales tax.  It is like they...

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Gary DeMar, End Times, and Trump’s Budget

Is the rapture biblical and do our views of the end times matter?  Gary DeMar, author of countless essays, news articles, and more than 30 books, and former president of American Vision, joins us to discuss why the last days matter.  In CrossPolitic news we dive into...

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Street Apologetics and Trump’s Offer to Planned Parenthood

If you are new to our show and podcast, you can find out more about Pastor Toby Sumpter, Chocolate Knox, and Gabriel Rench here.  This latest episode, Christ Church Executive Pastor Ben Zornes and Christian Rapper Aaron Ventura, join us to discuss Trump's latest...

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One Blood: Life’s Ultimate Question

Voddie Baucham subs for us this week.  We have been podcasting for about five months now, and this is our week off. But don't worry, we did not leave you empty handed.  Voddie Baucham gave a series of lectures at Trinity Reformed Church (Pastor Toby Sumpter's church)....

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Women in Sports and a Jew becomes a Christian

Author Andrew Klavan joins us to discuss how God transformed his life from an agnostic Jewish-intellectual to baptized Christian. We tackle his autobiography The Good Great Thing, which tells how his troubled childhood caused him to live inside the stories in his head...

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Betsy DeVos, Department of Education, and Insights on Cuba

This past week Betsy DeVos became our 11th U.S. Secretary of Education.  This week also included Congressman Thomas Massie introduction of a bill to abolish the federal Department of Education. Should the federal government be involved in education, regulating...

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