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Justice in His Kingdom: Examining the Religious Nature of Justice

Jerri Lynn Ward & Roger Oliver

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Justice in His Kingdom: Examining the Religious Nature of Justice

Justice in His Kingdom: Examining the Religious Nature of Justice

Jerri Lynn Ward & Roger Oliver

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Justice is an ever-present topic of discussion, especially so in recent times. But how does our pagan world define and implement it? More importantly, how should Christians determine what is just and by what standard?Jerri Lynn Ward and Roger Oliver’s Justice in His Kingdom Podcast will help you understand God’s standards for justice and how to break free of pagan, pragmatic ideas about how it should be defined and implemented. It will discuss His requirement to do justice in every area of life including foreign affairs, the laws of nations, courts and more.

Latest Episodes

Human Trafficking: Advancing Justice through Regeneration and Reconstruction

Roger Oliver and Jerri Lynn Ward interview Tim Yarbrough about his efforts against the scourge of sex trafficking. Learn Biblical strategies for advancing the Kingdom and bringing God’s justice to victims. Tim lives in the county where he was born and raised and always lived with his wife Deborah. He has been a serial entrepreneur for over 4 decades and a dedicated mentor to others. At the local level, where Tim’s real passion resides, he and other local Christians have developed processes for (1) the care of widows and seeking to recover that care back within the framework of the family; (2) the care of abused women and children from inside the religious world (mostly Protestant) including immediate care, housing, Biblically-based counseling, job training, work opportunities, etc. (3) helping rescue victims of sex trafficking by working on the ground and with legal teams, (4) the creation of an adoption program where the goal is that all abandoned babies throughout their North Alabama area will find permanent acceptance within a committed Christian family, and (5) supporting orphans in a variety of applications.

60 min1 w ago
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Human Trafficking: Advancing Justice through Regeneration and Reconstruction

The Innocent Cry Out: Mike Ware and the Innocence Project of Texas Take Up the Cause

“To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them.” Isaiah 8:20 Mike Ware, Criminal Defense Attorney and Executive Director of The Innocence Project of Texas discusses the causes of false confessions and wrongful convictions in this episode of Justice in His Kingdom. The hosts, Roger Oliver and Jerri Lynn Ward put this in the context of God’s law and his requirements for justice. For more information about Mike Ware and The Innocence Project of Texas, visit InnocenceTexas.org and MikeWareLaw.com.

63 minJUL 31
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The Innocent Cry Out: Mike Ware and the Innocence Project of Texas Take Up the Cause

The New Politics of Sex: The Sexual Revolution, Civil Liberties, and the Growth of Government Power with Stephen Baskerville

In this episode of the Justice in the Kingdom podcast, Dr. Stephen Baskerville, social scientist and retired professor at Patrick Henry College, discusses his book, The New Politics of Sex: The Sexual Revolution, Civil Liberties and the Growth of Government Power. Our focus in this podcast is the deterioration of civil liberties through the politicization of criminal justice. New crimes are invented and vaguely defined. Due process is ignored. Accusations by a favored group become proof of guilt for the targeted group, mostly entirely heterosexual men. What mistakes are conservatives making and what can we do to reverse the trend? What can Christians do? For more information about Dr. Baskerville you can visit his website here.

46 minJUL 31
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The New Politics of Sex: The Sexual Revolution, Civil Liberties, and the Growth of Government Power with Stephen Baskerville

Naboth’s Vineyard

Jerri Lynn Ward and Roger Oliver interview John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute about the application of the story of Naboth’s Vineyard to today’s judicial system and our Government. The Rutherford Institute website can be found at Rutherford.org, along with the books mentioned on the episode among others.

33 minJUL 31
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Naboth’s Vineyard

How Common Law Advances Justice and Christian Liberty

Jerri Lynn and Roger interview Brent Allen Winters about Common Law and Brent’s book Excellence of Common Law: Compared and Contrasted with Civil Law in Light of History, Nature and Scripture.

85 minJUL 31
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How Common Law Advances Justice and Christian Liberty

The Tragedy of American Relations with Hispanic America

Jerri Lynn and Roger discuss the history, causes, and effects of the tragic relationship between the United States and Hispanic America in light of God’s law and expectations for justice as it applies to foreign relations.

72 minJUL 31
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The Tragedy of American Relations with Hispanic America
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Latest Episodes

Human Trafficking: Advancing Justice through Regeneration and Reconstruction

Roger Oliver and Jerri Lynn Ward interview Tim Yarbrough about his efforts against the scourge of sex trafficking. Learn Biblical strategies for advancing the Kingdom and bringing God’s justice to victims. Tim lives in the county where he was born and raised and always lived with his wife Deborah. He has been a serial entrepreneur for over 4 decades and a dedicated mentor to others. At the local level, where Tim’s real passion resides, he and other local Christians have developed processes for (1) the care of widows and seeking to recover that care back within the framework of the family; (2) the care of abused women and children from inside the religious world (mostly Protestant) including immediate care, housing, Biblically-based counseling, job training, work opportunities, etc. (3) helping rescue victims of sex trafficking by working on the ground and with legal teams, (4) the creation of an adoption program where the goal is that all abandoned babies throughout their North Alabama area will find permanent acceptance within a committed Christian family, and (5) supporting orphans in a variety of applications.

60 min1 w ago
Comments
Human Trafficking: Advancing Justice through Regeneration and Reconstruction

The Innocent Cry Out: Mike Ware and the Innocence Project of Texas Take Up the Cause

“To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them.” Isaiah 8:20 Mike Ware, Criminal Defense Attorney and Executive Director of The Innocence Project of Texas discusses the causes of false confessions and wrongful convictions in this episode of Justice in His Kingdom. The hosts, Roger Oliver and Jerri Lynn Ward put this in the context of God’s law and his requirements for justice. For more information about Mike Ware and The Innocence Project of Texas, visit InnocenceTexas.org and MikeWareLaw.com.

63 minJUL 31
Comments
The Innocent Cry Out: Mike Ware and the Innocence Project of Texas Take Up the Cause

The New Politics of Sex: The Sexual Revolution, Civil Liberties, and the Growth of Government Power with Stephen Baskerville

In this episode of the Justice in the Kingdom podcast, Dr. Stephen Baskerville, social scientist and retired professor at Patrick Henry College, discusses his book, The New Politics of Sex: The Sexual Revolution, Civil Liberties and the Growth of Government Power. Our focus in this podcast is the deterioration of civil liberties through the politicization of criminal justice. New crimes are invented and vaguely defined. Due process is ignored. Accusations by a favored group become proof of guilt for the targeted group, mostly entirely heterosexual men. What mistakes are conservatives making and what can we do to reverse the trend? What can Christians do? For more information about Dr. Baskerville you can visit his website here.

46 minJUL 31
Comments
The New Politics of Sex: The Sexual Revolution, Civil Liberties, and the Growth of Government Power with Stephen Baskerville

Naboth’s Vineyard

Jerri Lynn Ward and Roger Oliver interview John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute about the application of the story of Naboth’s Vineyard to today’s judicial system and our Government. The Rutherford Institute website can be found at Rutherford.org, along with the books mentioned on the episode among others.

33 minJUL 31
Comments
Naboth’s Vineyard

How Common Law Advances Justice and Christian Liberty

Jerri Lynn and Roger interview Brent Allen Winters about Common Law and Brent’s book Excellence of Common Law: Compared and Contrasted with Civil Law in Light of History, Nature and Scripture.

85 minJUL 31
Comments
How Common Law Advances Justice and Christian Liberty

The Tragedy of American Relations with Hispanic America

Jerri Lynn and Roger discuss the history, causes, and effects of the tragic relationship between the United States and Hispanic America in light of God’s law and expectations for justice as it applies to foreign relations.

72 minJUL 31
Comments
The Tragedy of American Relations with Hispanic America
the END
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