Recently Pres. Trump decided to pull out U.S. troops in the region of Northern Syria. Is this being interpreted by Israel and other U.S. allies as an abandonment of the Kurdish allies of the US and Israel or is it too early to tell? Who is going to control the Middle East? Since the President’s decision to withdraw US troops from Northern Syria creates a geopolitical vacuum, who will fill it and gain greater control. Will it be Russia? Turkey? Or Iran? Are there more than one set of Kurds involved in this situation?
Trump’s High Risk Syrian Decision
October 14, 2019 • Sam Rohrer, Seth Frantzman, Gary Dull
God’s Reset for Big Government
November 8, 2019 • Sam Rohrer, Max Lyons
What is God’s master plan for authority? How they relate to Him? What did God authorize government to do? What did our Founders believe gives rise to the concept of ‘limited government’? How much should civil government assist the family?