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Looking for a Christian podcast with an informed Biblical worldview? John and his guests discuss the economy, finance, government, theology, and even politics.

Relentless Truth with John Warren John Warren

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.9 • 31 Ratings

Looking for a Christian podcast with an informed Biblical worldview? John and his guests discuss the economy, finance, government, theology, and even politics.

    A Conversation with Pastor Charlie Parish

    A Conversation with Pastor Charlie Parish

    Charlie Parish is one of those friends I don’t deserve. He’s a Pastor, theologian, and Christ follower. Every encounter with him is uplifting and educational.
    He tells his story in this powerful conversation. The story is one that is shared in some respects by many, and it is also unique.
    Charlie explains his concerns for the church and explains what it really means to have a high view of God. The implications of the information he shares in this episode are most important.
    We discuss some challenging topics in this conversation including doctrine, theology, complementarianism, the gospel, and more.
    Charlie explains his call to Foothills Community Church in Marble Hill, Georgia. He explains the amazing congregation there and their migration to a biblical model of governance. I describe the beauty of our visit to this church almost two years ago at the outset of the pandemic, and we talk about the culture, love, and grace, of Chip Doster and others in this congregation.
    You will be blessed by the beautiful truth discussed in this important episode of Relentless Truth. Thank you for supporting the podcast. Please share it with your friends!

    The Federal Government’s Financial Crisis

    The Federal Government’s Financial Crisis

    No one seems to be talking about the fact that our National Debt has reached the tipping point. Deficits routinely go unaddressed, and that has been the case for almost 100 years in this country. Policy wonks point to Japanese monetary policy in an effort to compare an apple to an orange, and they conclude, based on a comparison of debt to GDP, that all is well. It isn’t.
    I break down the facts in this episode, and I explain a principle that Art Laffer has espoused for years – a modest individual tax cut would stimulate the right activities that would actually raise tax revenue and balance the budget. This tactic and some spending controls along with a balanced budget each year will put the U.S. economy on the road to indefinite prosperity. Without these changes, we are headed toward serious fiscal trouble.
    I’m concerned that this spending with debt accumulation in concert with rising interest rates and runaway inflation will create a perfect storm sooner than later. For reasons beyond me, it is politically incorrect to state these facts. I want 536 people in D.C., the President, every member of the Senate, and every member of the House, to lock arms on this issue. The FED can administer rate increases to manage inflation going forward, but those 536 people should agree on a balanced budget amendment and should commit to never printing money to stimulate the economy again.
    This is the stimulus of 2009 and 2010, and the government’s intervention during the Covid stimulus period, 2020 and 2021, coming home to roost. We did this to ourselves while failing to act in a fiscally responsible manner. I explain all of this and related issues in this important episode.
    Please don’t hesitate to send along questions and comments. Thank you for your support of Relentless Truth. You can learn more, including our contact information, at johnwarrenmedia.com. Please share this episode on social media and through email and text with your friends. Our great hope in Jesus Christ is powerful, and it is this Gospel that compels us to share these truths.

    My Conversation with Katherine Berger

    My Conversation with Katherine Berger

    My guest this week is Katherine Berger. Katherine and her husband Russel are featured in The American Gospel Films and on AGTV – a streaming service that I recommend to all of you who seek to grow in God’s grace. Their story has been told widely, and I’m grateful that she spent an hour with me to tell the story of God’s faithfulness in her life.
    Katherine’s story is remarkable because it includes unimaginable physical suffering through medical challenges that have lingered and grown more severe over many years. In this powerful conversation, Katherine tells the story of God’s faithfulness in her suffering. She describes her desires for her family, the challenges her children have grown up with, and her desires for the future.
    Katherine’s story is made more remarkable by her firm grip on biblical truth. She acknowledges that God is good, and she is resting in His love for her and her family.
    She shares the good news of some signs of improvement as she describes the fact that she can now cook and drive and experience some of life’s pleasures. But she also describes her prognosis and the serious, life-threatening challenges that she continues to face.
    This is a conversation that you will want to share broadly. Katherine’s story is impactful. My prayer is that God will use this conversation for His glory in our lives. Katherine’s grace, wisdom, and patience through suffering can only come from our Lord.
    Please don’t hesitate to send along questions and comments. Thank you for your support of Relentless Truth. You can learn more, including our contact information, at johnwarrenmedia.com. Please share this episode on social media and through email and text with your friends. Our great hope in Jesus Christ is powerful, and it is this Gospel that compels us to share these truths.

    The Bad News

    The Bad News

    To understand the Gospel of Jesus Christ, there are two essential pillars of truth that we must address as foundational. An understanding of who God is and clarity on who man is are foundational to all truth. This week, I discuss “who man is.”
    Paul and other New Testament writers make it clear that man is desperately lost in sin. We don’t like to talk about the darkness of sin and its implications, but this is foundational to seeing the beauty of God’s glory. Much like the darkness illuminating the stars at night, our sin causes us to see the beauty of God’s glory in salvation.
    We tend to easily see the sin in others, but we like to worship a false god who tolerates our sinful hardness of heart. We are far worse than we are prepared to acknowledge relative to the righteousness of a holy God.
    BUT good news follows this bad news. Our great hope in Jesus Christ is confirmed by his sinless life, cruel execution, resurrection, and ascension. Praise God, the story of mankind doesn’t end with the bad news of our sins! A holy God justifies us by faith in Jesus Christ! The bad news is resolved by this incredibly good news.
    Please don’t hesitate to send along questions and comments. Thank you for your support of Relentless Truth. You can learn more, including our contact information, at johnwarrenmedia.com. Please share this episode on social media and through email and text with your friends. Our great hope in Jesus Christ is powerful, and it is this Gospel that compels us to share these truths.

    What does our Constitution Say About Religion

    What does our Constitution Say About Religion

    Does the U.S. Constitution say that church and state must be separated? Where does the Constitution mention religion? What does it mean when it says, “there shall be no religious test?”
    Our politicians and media misquote and misuse the Constitution’s references to religion. The religious test question is particularly abused. What is it addressing? I discuss this and related issues in this crucial episode.
    Christians, it is essential for us to be able to articulate these matters clearly. We tend to assume we understand these principles, and we often rely on political leaders for our views on these matters. Please enjoy this vital episode on religion in the Constitution!
    Please don’t hesitate to send along questions and comments. Thank you for your support of Relentless Truth. You can learn more, including our contact information, at johnwarrenmedia.com. Please share this episode on social media, email, and text with your friends. Our great hope in Jesus Christ is powerful, and this Gospel compels us to share these truths.

    Encouragement for YOU!

    Encouragement for YOU!

    This episode is intended to encourage you as you live this life walking by faith. I begin with the story of Schroeddie, the cat. And what a story it is. She zooms, scratches, hides, and does other cat things. I’m learning more about cats every day.
    In this episode, I talk about lessons from Hurricane Ian and the time to think that these storms can provide. Strangely, this was a comforting time wherein I had time to think about Scripture and encouragement.
    Scripture discusses suffering and God’s purpose in allowing us to suffer. But God is a joy imparting God. To be specific, there is tension in this life, but the God of Abraham is our God!
    In our struggle against sin, we can be encouraged by Jesus Christ. God treats us as His children when we are disciplined. This glorious promise should encourage us – even when we face adversity, or especially adversity.
    Please don’t hesitate to send along questions and comments. Thank you for your support of Relentless Truth. You can learn more, including our contact information, at johnwarrenmedia.com. Please share this episode on social media, email, and text with your friends. Our great hope in Jesus Christ is powerful, and this Gospel compels us to share these truths.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
31 Ratings

31 Ratings

Jen Carlson ,

Truth

I've only listened to 2 podcast in which Hank Henegraaff is interviewed. I used to listen to Hank's podcast about 20 years ago and his wisdom resonated with me. I'm thankful that my son is being influenced by Mr. Warren because he is pointing him to the truth found in God's word. Also, this podcast addresses God's character of sovereignty and man's ability to make choices that don't align with God's will. Which also leads to the question in Romans 9 about predestination. This is an important topic and something I struggled with for many years. I've come to the same conclusion about God. I believe God's sovereignty is not about controlling people. I believe God's sovereignty is in the power of His love which must allow choice. God's love is what compells us to choose him. Thank you for inspiring my son to seek truth. My son told me about your podcast. And thank you for teaching at CCS.

daniellelizabethomas ,

obiter dictum on vaccines

Mr. Warren, I pray your wife looks into the recently released Pfizer data which reveal that their own safety trials showed that their vaccine failed and should have never been given an EUA. But worse than that, VAERS shows on a weekly basis that the side effects and death FAR outweigh any of the “benefits”. To say the data shows that the vaccinated fair better than the unvaccinated is a false narrative spread by corporate media in a desperate attempt to boost their numbers and of course the old bottom line. The “vaccine” is causing excess deaths in people 18-25 at astounding percentages. Athlete are dropping dead on fields and courts around the world. Perfectly healthy young people are dying because they were lied to by the government, media, and their own doctors. These are crimes against humanity in direct violation of the Nuremberg code.

John at John Warren Media ,

Relentless Truth

I simply want to thank everyone for the reviews and thoughtful comments. Episode two will drop on Monday, and we plan to release a new episode every week. I'm truly overwhelmed at your kindness. Don't hesitate to send feedback directly to me via my website at johnwarrenmedia.com. Again, thank you! John

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