Out of the Question Podcast: Uncovering the Question Behind the Question is a weekly podcast which uncovers the real question behind many common questions and offers Biblical solutions. Your hosts Andrea Schwartz, Charles Roberts, & Steve Macias produce this podcast as a part of R.J. Rushdoony's Chalcedon Foundation. Reconstructionist Radio has partnered with Chalcedon to promote the works of Rushdoony as well as contemporary recinstructionists such as Mark Rushdoony, Martin Selbrede, Andrea Schwartz, and others. Reconstructionist Radio produces podcasts and audiobooks for the kingdom-minded Reformed, Calvinist, Postmillennial, Theonomic, and Presuppositional Christian.
264: Should You Trust Conventional Wisdom?
In an age of information overload, people can struggle with their beliefs and actions. Still, the faithful believer must be sure of theirs because God’s Word will often contradict conventional wisdom. Join us as we challenge some areas society deems “settled.”
263: Have Persecuted Christians Been Neglected?
In 2022, 90% of all Christian persecution deaths happened in Nigeria—an oil-producing nation of 220 million where the average income is less than $100/month. With thousands of Christians dying each year, there is a great need for aid, support, and equipping. Judd Saul shares how he’s doing that.
262: Is Patriarchy a Bad Thing?
Is Patriarchy a Bad Thing?
261: Is “Brain Death” a Convenient Fallacy?
In the 1960s, death itself was “redefined” to justify harvesting valued organs such as a heart or lungs while the patient was still alive. One could now be declared “brain dead” while their organs were still functional, but is brain death death? Dr. Heidi Klessig’s new book “The Brain Death Fallacy” seeks an answer.
260: From What Exactly Has the Believer Been Saved?
One might think “being saved from hell” is the sum total of Christ’s work on our behalf until you realize redemption actually goes to the heart of every issue we deal with individually and as a society.
259: Has the Church’s Identity Been Stolen?
According to mainstream evangelicals, Israel retains a special status despite their denial of Jesus Christ. What, then, is the purpose of the church as spiritual Israel, and what does this mean for the future of Christianity?
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