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Does the Great Commission Imply a Need For Christian Nationalism?

host Adriel Sanchez aired October 25, 2022

Episode 1083 Show Notes 

From the Show

The “nations” refer to people from these nations. All governments are subject to God’s law, they should uphold the moral law of God—that which is just and right—but are institutions the object of God’s redemptive grace, are they to be baptized?

Adriel Sanchez

Does the Great Commission Imply a Need For Christian Nationalism?

Questions in this Episode

  1. Is it unfair for God to require sinful people to “be holy as I am holy”?
  2. Is it possible to love my neighbor without liking them?
  3. A lot of pastors and Christians who talk about the idea of Christian Nationalism say things like the Great Commission requires us to disciple nations, not just people, and therefore Christian Nationalism should be apart of the church’s mission in spreading the gospel. What do you think?
  4. Should we insist on not talking about politics in church? If these things affect our lives, why shouldn’t we talk about politics?
  5. Does 1 Corinthians 11 forbid women from cutting their hair?

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Adriel Sanchez

Adriel Sanchez is pastor of North Park Presbyterian Church, a congregation in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). In addition to his pastoral responsibilities, he also serves the broader church as a host on the Core Christianity radio program, a live, daily call-in talk show where he answers listeners' questions about the Bible and the Christian faith. He and his wife Ysabel live in San Diego with their five children.

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