100 episodes

Grace and Truth exists to equip listeners to engage their world in faith, hope, and love. This program engages theology, culture, politics, and the arts from a distinctly biblical perspective, ultimately offering hearers the gospel of Jesus Christ. Grace and Truth is aimed at worldview formation, revelational confidence, and an unleashed church that shows the grace and truth of our Savior and Lord (John 1:17)

Grace & Truth with Owen Strachan Grace & Truth with Owen Strachan

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.7 • 572 Ratings

Grace and Truth exists to equip listeners to engage their world in faith, hope, and love. This program engages theology, culture, politics, and the arts from a distinctly biblical perspective, ultimately offering hearers the gospel of Jesus Christ. Grace and Truth is aimed at worldview formation, revelational confidence, and an unleashed church that shows the grace and truth of our Savior and Lord (John 1:17)

    Stop Letting Yourself Be Condemned (part 2)

    Stop Letting Yourself Be Condemned (part 2)

    In the second part of his two-part series, Dr. Owen Strachan explores the different aspects of the no condemnation life that every Christian leads. 
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    • 34 min
    Stop Letting Yourself Be Condemned (part 1)

    Stop Letting Yourself Be Condemned (part 1)

    Dr. Owen Strachan discusses the concept of no condemnation for Christians. He focuses on two main themes: no condemnation from the law and no condemnation from the devil. Strachan emphasizes that Christians are not saved by works of the law, but through the finished work of Jesus Christ. He also highlights the ongoing ministry of condemnation by the devil and encourages listeners to look to the cross for assurance of God's love and forgiveness.
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    • 34 min
    Making Sense of the Attack on Trump: A Biblical Perspective

    Making Sense of the Attack on Trump: A Biblical Perspective

    On July 13th, 2024, there was an attempted assassination of former President Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Butler, Pennsylvania. While Trump was not killed, the event was a tragic display of evil and a reminder of the poisoned state of public discourse in America. In response to these events, Dr. Owen Strachan offers four reflections from a biblical worldview. He emphasizes the need for Christians to be galvanized by the evil they witness, to recognize the spiritual battle at hand, and to fight in hope, knowing that God is ultimately in control.
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    • 36 min
    Sanctification Is Totally Dependent on God

    Sanctification Is Totally Dependent on God

    Dr. Owen Strachan challenges the misconception that sanctification is solely the responsibility of the believer. He emphasizes that sanctification is a work of God's grace and that it is dependent on Him. Owen highlights seven truths about biblical sanctification, including the fact that it is not a burdening doctrine and that it is not legalism. He also emphasizes that sanctification is the fruit of the Spirit and that it involves both God's work and our active participation.
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    • 35 min
    Are Christians Called to Preserve Their Ethnicity?

    Are Christians Called to Preserve Their Ethnicity?

    Dr. Owen Strachan discusses the role of ethnicity and identity in Christianity. He addresses the debate over preserving or demolishing cultural backgrounds, particularly in relation to white Anglo-Saxon Protestant (WASP) culture. Strachan presents 10 truths about ethnicity and identity, emphasizing that God providentially gave us our ethnicity and that there is no such thing as race. He highlights the unity of the human race and the importance of appreciating our background, heritage, and culture while recognizing that the gospel unites people from diverse backgrounds. Strachan concludes by stating that the gospel is the central identity of Christians.
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    • 41 min
    Being Pro-Life Is Not Up for Negotiation

    Being Pro-Life Is Not Up for Negotiation

    Dr. Owen Strachan discusses the issue of abortion and the Republican Party's stance on it. It explores the potential changes to the party platform and the importance of Christians having a clear pro-life position. The host emphasizes the need for Christians to be engaged in the conversation and to speak up for the unborn. The conversation also touches on the cost of being pro-life and the rewards of honoring God. The host concludes by urging listeners to speak for the unborn, as they cannot speak for themselves.
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    • 33 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
572 Ratings

572 Ratings

Spock519 ,

God is moving!!

Grace and Truth always encourages and exhorts me to live a biblical life. I enjoy listening to Dr. Strachan speak, from scripture, about concerns in culture and the daily life of a believer of Jesus Christ. As a single woman i have personally struggled with my faith and God’s grace and mercy the last several years; God has used his Word, Dr Strachan and the guests to point me to Himself that I would trust him. Be encouraged Christian to walk daily in grace and truth! God Bless!!

WannaBeWise ,

Solid approach to a crazy world

Not sensationalized, a matter of fact (bible truth based) dissection of current events. Soothing, sensible soliloquy. This Preacher is like a spiritual big brother to me , so dear because of his kind explanations of the things of God (using all scripture) : a balm of grace and truth to my catholic condemnation wounded soul. And incidentally, what a Wordsmith!!! Also, he is at times intentionally hilarious.

t_galid ,

He got me on the leggings :(

First encountered Dr. Strachan on an Anchored North debate where he was just ID’d as a professor named “Owen.” Little did I know he was THE Owen Strachan. I heard some other talks of his on Dial In ministries on YouTube, and saw him at G3 and now appreciating his podcast. I appreciate his self-deprecating humor and engagement with cultural topics, especially masculinity. I just listened to his episode on modesty & leggings today and as a woman who has lived in leggings for probably 10+ years, it for real never even entered my mind that it was immodest! He gets me thinking (sadly lol). Fight the good fight, Dr. Strachan!

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