Again I realize you are just getting started and will be further explaining things as the podcast continues but I have a few questions I hope you can answer:1. What are the moral laws whose violation can allow for the Christian to disobey? Commandments 5-10 or 6-10 or 6-9 or something different?2. What things are Caesar’s?
I found some lectures on Itunes from concordia seminary about the two kingdoms, would you have any warnings about differing views among Baptist, Lutherans, and Reformed regarding the two kingdoms doctrine?
Good show guys. I am interested to hear what you think about issues like once a person is saved and their mind is undergoing renewal how that might change their politics. For instance if one was formally for abortion but then gets saved and comes under the conviction that abortion is murder should they then take this value from the Kingdom of God and attempt to legislate against it in the Kingdom of Man? Looking forward to hearing more.
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What is your take on just revolution theory? Is revolution ever justified? Is it ever obligatory?Both Romans and 1 Peter describe the governments we are to submit to as those which "punish those who do evil and praise those who do good," or are "not a terror to good conduct, but to bad." When a government becomes a terror to good conduct, or prevents citizens from "living as people who are free," does it not forfeit its authority?