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God, Law & Liberty is a podcast featuring FACT President David Fowler. We are excited to have you join us on our journey as we explore the relationship between God, law, and liberty and apply that to the issues of our day. We promise, you won't want to miss an episode.

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The Why and How of Christian Political Engagement: Part 4

Jun 18, 2021

At Restoring the Vision, Dr. George Grant said that the first issue in public policy is theology, who is God, what has He done, and what is He doing. Sound impractical? Today, David gives three examples, one taken from a question asked him this week by a state policy director, to demonstrate the practicality and wisdom of starting with theology in dealing with legislators.


The Why and How of Christian Political Engagement: Part 3

Jun 11, 2021

Ever heard it said that Christians should spend time on evangelism, mission endeavors, and growing in personal holiness as if that excluded or at least minimized Christian engagement in politics? It almost sounds non-Christian to disagree. But, disagree we must if we start the Gospel in the right place. In today’s episode David gives two reasons for why so many Christians retreat from or even shun politics.


The Why and How of Christian Political Engagement: Part 2

Jun 4, 2021

In this second episode in the new series “The Why and How of Christian Political Engagement, David takes up something Dr. George Grant said recently at Restoring the Vision seminar that is seldom considered in law and politics, “Everything begins with God is God and we are not. That means, from a policy perspective, everything begins not with anthropology, but with theology.” Why, David asked, might that not be where Christians begin their view of politics, law, and government?


The Why and How of Christian Political Engagement: Part 1

May 28, 2021

Today, David begins a new series entitled “The Why and How of Christian Political Engagement.” In this introductory episode David talks about the fact that the only thing harder than finding the truth is not losing it. Specifically, David points to some common conceptions within evangelicalism that call into question whether it has lost the truths it once knew. During the series, David will use material from the recent Restoring the Vision seminar to show how that loss has affected the why and how of Christian political engagement.


Part 3: Critical Race Theory

May 21, 2021

In this last episode in David’s short series on critical race theory, David takes a controversial statement about the poor made in last week’s episode and explores how critical race theory, along with the economic precepts of socialism and Black Lives Matter, cannot be embraced by Christians, at least not if they have a God-centered worldview.


Part 2: Critical Race Theory

May 14, 2021

In this second installment on Critical Race Theory, David looks at a recent editorial by Dr. Ben Carson and Kristi Noem and the confused thinking it represents. Touting American values to defend against criticism of American values begs the question. But there is a powerful and beautiful way to respond to the criticism of American culture that Critical Race Theory is trying to address if it were just lived out by those who profess to be Christians.


Critical Race Theory: Part 1

May 7, 2021

Today, David begins a new three part series on Critical Race Theory from the perspective of a Genesis 1 Christian (see February 19th podcast) by looking at a comment made this week by former President George W. Bush about “Protestantism.” David looks at Bush’s comment to demonstrate how professing Christians can have their beliefs co-opted and perverted by Critical Race Theory and how Christians separate their Christianity from their politics. Don’t miss the first episode in this new short series.


LGBTQ Curriculum Instruction

Apr 30, 2021

Today David discusses how, were he still a state Senator, he would have analyzed and voted on legislation recently passed by the legislature that requires public schools to give parents notice 30 days prior to “commencing instruction of a sexual orientation curriculum or gender identity curriculum.” Looks, David will show, can be deceiving and how voting for a bill like this may even reflect how one really thinks of justification and sanctification. His conclusion might surprise you. 

 


How God-Centered Is That Which Passes As Christianity Today?

Apr 22, 2021

Psalm 36:4 says that the wicked are those who do not despise and reject evil. In this week’s episode David reflects on that what the Psalmist wrote in light of the fact that professing Christians on a legislative committee voted to mandate that private insurance companies cover infertility treatments even when they would produce children outside the bonds of marriage between a man and woman. Just how God-centered is that which passes as Christianity today?


Creation is Fundamental

Apr 15, 2021

In today’s episode David used theologian Herman Bavinck’s work on God and Creation to explore how a God-centered Creational Worldview applies to pending legislation mandating that private insurance companies cover infertility treatments even when the two insureds are not married and even of the same sex. You will be blessed by the richness and depth of Bavinck’s thought on how Creation grounds the whole of one’s relation to God, the world, and salvation. The difference between Genesis 1 and 2 Christians and Genesis 3 Christians is made clear.

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