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Ethnic Gnosticism

Why You are Viewed as an Oppressor

March 28, 2019 • Dr. Voddie Baucham

Ethnic Gnosticism is a term crafted by Voddie Baucham to explain the phenomenon of people believing that somehow because of one's ethnicity that one is able to know when something or someone is racist. In this sermon, Dr. Baucham sheds light on the way this ideology is undermining the gospel and compromising genuine Christian relationships in the church today. In recent years we have a growing concern about “social justice.” What is meant by that phrase, however, varies widely among those who use and promote it. What is too often missing—even in the calls for “social justice” coming from Christian leaders—is a clear understanding of biblical justice. Justice exists because God is just and righteous. He is the One who defines justice and He has revealed what true justice is in the Bible. For more resources on these topics, you can visit www.founders.org. This presentation was given by Dr. Voddie Baucham in 2019 at the Southeast Founders "Do Justice, Love Kindness, Walk Humbly" regional conference in Cape Coral, Florida.

Socialism

A False View of Christianity • July 5, 2020 • Jason Robertson

Some people who do not know anything about Christianity or the Bible, use the early chapters in The Book of Acts to try to persuade people that pure Christianity is Socialism. Dr. Jason Robertson explains this false view of Christianity and warns the church as to the rise of socialism in America.

Racial Reconciliation

The Cross of Jesus Brings Us All Together • March 27, 2019 • Dr. Voddie Baucham

We don't have to achieve racial reconciliation, it exists. It is a reality that we must walk in, but it has already been accomplished in Christ. In this session, Dr. Voddie Baucham unpacks Ephesians 2:10-11 to show the sufficiency of Christ's death on the cross to bring us near in perfect reconciliation.

Speech

Don't Let Them Silence You • June 28, 2020 • Jason Robertson

Christians should practice civil disobedience against the ruling class or authorities when they command that which directly contradicts God’s revealed Word and His Great Commission. This requires boldness and courage. Dr. Jason Robertson observes several things that we can learn from the Apostles when authorities tried to silence them.