Should women lead? There are verses in the Bible that suggest that women should not instruct men in theological matters. Is this just cultural, or does it apply today? Does it have even broader application? What about a woman president? And how can young Christian women encourage young Christian men to take the reins and lead? These questions are raised by a faithful listener, and Bill and Jeff do their best to tackle them. But it’s not all serious! This episode’s edition of “Roadkill Cafe” features one of the most disgusting things Jeff ever had to see Bill eat.
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Sometimes it seems that our listeners listen a little too well. After a previous episode of Radio Worldview asserted that Christians shouldn’t buy into modern celebrity culture, and then a different episode lauded Tim Tebow, an astute listener wrote in to ask us to make up our minds. If we like Tim Tebow, aren’t we buying into celebrity culture? Good question! And one that hosts Bill Jack and Jeff Baldwin are happy to discuss at length, right after a segment they like to call “What We’re Reading Now,” featuring a work of Polish science fiction more concerned with philosophy than science.
It’s understandable that the world makes idols. If you don’t know the true God, then you are bound to bend your knee to something unworthy. But aren’t a lot of Christians also guilty of idolatry when they treat select Christian leaders as celebrities? Host Jeff Baldwin certainly thinks so, but co-host Bill Jack is not so sure. This bare-knuckle discussion grows naturally out of a conversation about a listener’s response to the Sarah Palin podcasts. This listener hasn’t made an idol of Palin, but it seems like some Christians have — at least if you believe Jeff.
Your eyes do not deceive you. This is a brand new podcast posted only about ten days since the last Radio Worldview podcast. That’s right, it seems like the “crazy talk” team has finally figured out how to do this all by themselves. In this episode, hosts Bill Jack and Jeff Baldwin conclude their discussion of biblical roles for men and women, with Jeff dispensing the best advice he and Linda received prior to their marriage. They also talk about how students can prepare themselves for their roles as wives and husbands. And of course they discuss coffee–when don’t they?
Do Christians take the same view as the world regarding the roles of men and women? How can a young adult model a biblical view of femininity? Who holds the “tie-breaker” between a husband and a wife? A thoughtful listener poses some difficult questions, and hosts Jeff Baldwin and Bill Jack do their level best to respond biblically–but not before they discuss the upcoming Christmas Conference and talk through a new installment of “Roadkill Cafe.”