Quarantine Q&A, Pt 8 with Phil Johnson and Mike Riccardi

Selected Scriptures   |   Tuesday, May 26, 2020   |   Code: 2020-05-26-QA


Quarantine Q&A, Part 8

Phil Johnson & Mike Riccardi


1:01–30:23 – How can we as shepherds help our people think through these issues concerning the Christian’s response to the government, particularly with respect to the Coronavirus?


30:24–43:30 – Are Christians bound to submit to unjust laws?


43:31–46:09 – In light of 2 Timothy 3:12, which says, “All who desire to live godly in Christ Jesus will be persecuted,” should believers actively seek persecution?  


46:10–51:24 – How should Christians in the United States prepare for persecution? In what way have Mike and Phil experienced persecution?


51:35–59:34 – Can you explain which governing authority we are to obey when multiple governing authorities conflict with each other?’


59:35–1:05:33 – How do you evangelize someone who is convinced he is in Christ, but his lifestyle discredits his profession of faith?


1:05:34–1:11:11 – In 2 Timothy 2:17, it says Hymenaeus and Philetus “have gone astray from the truth saying that the resurrection has already taken place.” Is it accurate to say that they were preterists?


1:11:12–1:14:27 – When Jesus heals people in the gospel accounts, sometimes He says, “Your faith has made you well.” Was faith a condition for all of these healings? Why was faith necessary for some (or all) of these healings?


1:14:32–1:17:35 – Was Elihu’s response to Job righteous?


1:17:43–1:22:30 – How should the example of Christ, in suffering unjustly, inform our attitude as Christians toward unjust governmental authorities?