The Podcast for Cultural Reformation seeks to help listeners think about the nature of culture and our role and responsibility in shaping culture through the lens of God's eternal Word. Featuring book reviews, author interviews and expert commentary.
The Calling and Heritage of Christian Education
Joe Boot explains the importance to culture of a uniquely Christian approach to education, and the role of education in planning for and shaping the future.
The Gospel and Communication Technology
In this episode we discuss Bill C10, along with some of the foundational cultural assumptions and commitments that brought us to this point. Joe Boot explains why freedom of communication is a gospel issue.
Pentecost and the Power of the Holy Spirit
John Calvin was referred to as the theologian of the Holy Spirit, and many who follow his theology would benefit from a greater appreciation of the power and role of the Holy Spirit in the world and the life of the believer.
Work, Culture, and Healing in the Kingdom of God
Joe Boot explains the connection between work, culture, and healing in the Christian vision of reality, and the importance of the balance between work and rest in life and in healthcare.
Christian Action and a Christian Mind
Our true character is shown when we are put under pressure. In order to respond to the needs of our time with faithful Christian action, we must first be established in a faithful Christian mind.
A Freed Life and a Free Market
Economic life, like every other area of life, is motivated by inescapably religious assumptions. As the people of God, it is important that we cultivate a biblical set of economic assumptions. In this week's episode, Joe Boot addresses a class at Regent University on the question of justice and economics.