Yes, this matters. Many Christians, presumably because they understand that they are aliens and strangers on earth, act as though it doesn’t matter where you live at all. But God made men to be fully integrated human beings, and where you live is related to who you are. All things being equal, Jeff Baldwin argues, it is preferable to live in a small town. Bill Jack plays devil’s advocate.
Monthly archives for February, 2006
Host Jeff Baldwin wonders why host Bill Jack gets huffy about the Intelligent Design movement. Is it because ID doesn’t articulate the characteristics of the Designer? Is it because lots of Christians are pouring money into ID, and that money could be put to better use by Worldview Academy? Is it because ID masquerades as a secular theory? Finally, Jeff and Bill get to talk about Bill’s new DVD featuring his recent debate with Dr. Tooley.
In a past podcast, hosts Bill and Jeff discussed whether or not Christians should boycott Starbucks. After the podcast, Bill and Jeff continued their discussion and found more bones of contention–leading to this knock-down, drag-out brawl. Jeff doesn’t want Christians to throw their weight around and act like we live in a pure democracy; Bill asserts that Christians have the responsibility to protect their rights because it promotes justice for others.