Quarantine Q&A, Pt 6 with Phil Johnson and Mike Riccardi

Selected Scriptures   |   Wednesday, May 13, 2020   |   Code: 2020-05-13-QA


Quarantine Q&A, Part 6

Phil Johnson & Mike Riccardi



0:00–05:00 – Phil, how many children do you have and where are they now?


5:01–12:05 – If the government doesn’t loosen the quarantine restrictions soon, how long will Grace Church continue to submit to this order?


12:06–15:58 – Is it sinful for me to get a haircut at a barber shop that is currently operating despite government directions that “non-essential” businesses are to remain closed?


15:59–30:52 – Other than when they require us to sin, is it ever permissible for a Christians to disobey an unjust or illegal order from a government official?


30:53–35:02 – Does Paul’s appeal to his rights as a citizen of Rome (Acts 16, Acts 22) establish a biblical precedent for American Christians to stand up for their rights as Americans?


35:03–41:41 – What is something positive that you have observed within Grace Church or GraceLife during this pandemic? 


41:43–47:44 – Are the GraceLife Bible studies the best place for those in GraceLife with financial hardships during this season to make their needs known? How is the Deacon’s fund allocated?


47:48–52:40 – Is God thankful?


52:41–59:38 – What are the major doctrinal differences between Baptists, Protestants, and Presbyterians?


59:39–1:10:15 – Is it normal for Christians to find themselves in the circumstances described by Paul in Romans 7:21–23?  


1:10:27–1:18:22 – The immaterial part of man has often been described in terms of intellect, affections, and volition (or mind, heart, and will). Of these three, is one primary to which the others are subordinate? Why does it matter that we understand these faculties and how they relate?  


1:18:40–1:23:02 – Where can a practical line be drawn between prayer requests and gossip? At what point should one Christian correct another if a prayer request sounds like it has shared too much personal information?