Q & A #52 with Martin Selbrede (September 30, 2018)

By Martin G. Selbrede
September 30, 2018

00:00:40 - Discerning the difference between literal and figurative in Scripture—especially in Genesis.

00:08:49 - Is it Biblical to forbid a spouse from testifying against the other spouse?

00:12:43 - How is a just penalty assessed for slander where a fraudulent slander leads to damaging the reputation of another?

00:16:47 - Putting God’s statutes and laws to simple music for the instruction of children.

00:23:06 - Comments on the parapet law (Deut. 22:8)

00:27:41 - Explanation of the statistic that only 2% of abuse allegations are false.

00:38:22 - Should we always believe the woman in an abuse allegation?

00:42:20 - Are mortgage loans Biblical in light of our unbiblical monetary system?

00:45:20 - Are Christians averse to Christian Reconstruction on exegetical grounds?

Topics: Biblical Law, Charity, Christian Reconstruction, Church, The, Culture , Dominion, Family & Marriage, Government, Justice, Media / Arts, Old Testament History, Statism, Theology

Martin G. Selbrede

Martin is the senior researcher for Chalcedon’s ongoing work of Christian scholarship, along with being the senior editor for Chalcedon’s magazine, Faith for All of Life. He is considered a foremost expert in the thinking of R.J. Rushdoony. A sought-after speaker, Martin travels extensively and lectures on behalf of Christian Reconstruction and the Chalcedon Foundation. He is also an accomplished musician and composer.

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