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Caring for the weak, feeding the poor, and fighting for the oppressed

Christians are undoubtedly commanded to do good works, but why put a secular, progressive label on what the church has been doing through the power of the gospel for centuries: caring for the weak, feeding the poor, and fighting for the oppressed? The idolatry of social justice is actually distraction from the centrality of Jesus and his death and resurrection. I explain why. Also: Q&A and tribute to Barbara Bush.

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Episode 4: The Christian Case for American Patriotism

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