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Think and Reform Podcast – Episode 3

Joel discusses his experience at an abortion mill, John compares the effects of greed, accountability, and perversion between the state and the church, Jim points out conspiracies in the Bible, and Luke identifies the foundation of knowledge! LISTEN HERE Engaging the culture with Christ and His Word, the Think and Reform Podcast challenges and offers insight to every issue that the Western Church deems taboo: politics, society, art, entertainment, science, and technology. Join us as Read more…

Power in the Word

Aristotle once remarked that the mark of an educated man is to seek for precision in all things. If there is a task at hand the man of genuine learning must perform it with alacrity and skill. So too in the arts of thinking and speaking the educated man must seek to both formulate and express his ideas with a clarity and exactness that allows them to be edifying to those with whom he converses. Read more…

Think and Reform Podcast

Think and Reform Podcast – Episode 2

Joel, John, Jim, and Luke convene again to discuss the Gulag Archipelago, three-hour Puritan sermons, the Constitution, and public schools. LISTEN HERE Engaging the culture with Christ and His Word, the Think and Reform Podcast challenges and offers insight to every issue that the Western Church deems taboo: politics, society, art, entertainment, science, and technology. Join us as we tackle various obstacles head-on from COVID to Cain and everything in between! 

Think and Reform Podcast

Announcement: Think and Reform Podcast

Engaging the culture with Christ and His Word, the Think and Reform Podcast challenges and offers insight to every issue that the Western Church deems taboo: politics, society, art, entertainment, science, and technology. Join us as we tackle various obstacles head-on from COVID to Cain and everything in between! FIRST EPISODE: Welcome to the Think and Reform Podcast! Joel talks about the hypocrisy of pastors in America regarding the “assault” on Capitol Hill, John fancies Read more…

The American Experiment

The American Experiment (or The Great American Experiment) is a phrase often applied to the United States of America.  It’s usually attributed to Alexis de Tocqueville but probably stems from a bad translation of his French.  Too bad.  It’s a marvelous term even though it can be co-opted for almost any meaning. Still, I’ll use ithere, applying the term from a Christian perspective to the foundational principles of these United States. We are all familiar Read more…

Every Man a Tyrant

Huey Long, Governor and later Senator from Louisiana, made his famous “Every Man a King” speech during the depths of the Great Depression in 1934.  Leveraging the difficulties of the depression, he called for a program that would put strict limits on income, wealth, and inheritance, with guaranteed minimum incomes for all families. He also proposed the classic schemes placing limits on labor and free enterprise, with the government as the wise and all knowing Read more…

The High Cost of a Squandered Opportunity

For consideration: I am both a pastor and a businessman (I was the only pastor who spoke at the rally to reopen Prince William County). I know well the challenges of both. When the lockdowns and restrictions first came on the scene, it was the church who was in the best position to put the brakes on the tyrannical overreach. But that’s not what happened. Instead, statist pastors led their frightened flock into passive retreat, Read more…

“Revolution or Reformation” Event

“Revolution or Reformation” event an encouraging success! The Mid-Atlantic Reformation Society is grateful to our Lord Jesus Christ for the successful Reformation Day event “Revolution or Reformation”.   Held on October 31st at the Woodcrest Retreat, we were blessed with a strong turnout.  The attendance was our best ever, and by all observations there were a lot of excitement, good fellowship, and engaged minds.  Many thanks to our speakers who did not fail to bring inspiring Read more…