On this inaugural episode of the re-launched ERLC Podcast, Josh Wester, Lindsay Nicolet, and Brent Leatherwood introduce the new format for the podcast, talk about this week’s ERLC content, and highlight significant events in the culture. Also on this episode, they talk with a special guest, Amy Whitfield.
- Christians are called to counter anti-Semitism—and all hatred—with hospitality by Casey B. Hough
- 4 technology issues to watch out for in 2020 by Jason Thacker
- Some questions and answers about foster care by Jenn Kintner
- 4 ways Sir Roger Scruton shaped me by Bryan Baise
- Newly passed adoption agency bill a win for Tennessee’s children by Russell Moore (The Tennessean)
- Don’t Panic, Just Worry by Yuval Levin (The Dispatch)
- Liberty Gained and Power Lost by David French (The Dispatch)
- Brent: A new study from Dartmouth University that says the peak of unhappiness is age 47!
- Lindsay: David French’s “It’s Not Good That Man Should Be Alone” (The Dispatch)
Life can’t get too busy to obey God. And while the verse in Genesis that titles this piece refers to Adam and Eve, it still speaks a truth beyond husband and wife. It speaks to the truth of friendship and community. It is not good for a man to be alone.
- Josh: Sola: How the Five Solas Are Still Reforming the Church (a resource from our friends at MBTS)
From our 2018 ERLC National Conference, "The Church as the Family of God: Singleness, Same-Sex Attraction, and the Hope of Hospitality" by Sam Allberry