Bible Studies

How Should We Then Vote? (2020)

How Should We Then Vote? (2020)

May 2020

There is so much division and hostility today in America. When it comes to voting, there is even more. This is not how it should be. We should and must come to an understanding of what the foundational issues are and learn to have discussions about those issues without throwing bricks or grenades.

In this new series we will look at what the Bible teaches about nations, governing, and governance. Along the way we will also explore what the Founding Fathers of this nation believed and why that is still vital and significant today.

As always, our focus will be on God's Word. God is not an American, an Israeli, Chinese, Russian, or any other ethnic group. He is neither Republican nor Democrat, but He has revealed key principles in His Word for how a nation can be righteous and just, successful and blessed, as well as how a nation can self-destruct.

Thu, May 14, 2020
by Robert Dean
Passage: Proverbs 14:34 & Proverbs 29:2
Series: How Should We Then Vote? (2020)
Duration: 1 hr 9 mins 33 secs

Can the Bible help us to decide how we should vote? Listen to this lesson that begins a new series on understanding and applying a Judeo-Christian worldview. Hear two verses in Proverbs that show the importance of having a righteous standard as the foundation of a nation. Find out where this standard comes from. See the four ways of thinking that help us come to conclusions. Use this opportunity to learn what a good, wise government looks like.

During this lesson Dr. Dean mentioned the book “The Universe Next Door” by James Sires.

Thu, May 21, 2020
by Robert Dean
Series: How Should We Then Vote? (2020)
Duration: 1 hr 18 mins 41 secs
Are you wondering what a worldview is? Listen to this lesson to hear that everyone has a view of the world which is how you look at life. See that the foundation of your worldview is what determines your values and actions. Learn four basic areas of worldviews and six planks of the Judeo-Christian worldview. Find out what it means to believe in a personal God and why that is a game changer.