How are Christians to relate to the world? This is a very important and very practical question since all Christians who are still part of the church militant here on earth are living in the world. Dr. Horton discusses the similarities and differences between Christians and non-Christians in this next video installment.
Has particular end-times understandings affected U.S. foreign policy? Dr. Horton dicusses in this next video in his Christianity & Politics series.
In our third video Q&A installment from Dr. Horton on the issue of Christianity and politcs, Dr. Horton talks about the nation of Israel and the application of its “model of government” to nations today.
Dr. Horton continues to answer questions concerning Christianity and its role in the world especially when it comes to politics. In this video Mike discusses how our Christian faith impacts how we vote in general elections, but also how we might justify our vote to a non-Christian.
What is the relationship between Christianity and politics? What danger comes from confusing the two? Mike Horton tackles this important and timely question for Christians in America and around the world.
Mike takes up the theme of earlier videos concerning hell and why God sends people there in this video from Christianity.com. Today is the day of salvation and that is the message that needs to be proclaimed to a world condemned because of its sin and its deserving of God’s just wrath.
Christianity.com asked Mike about the importance of studying theology for Christians. Mike discusses this by comparing our desire to gain knowledge in our other relationships… or even our iPhones.
Systematic theology is very important because it helps give us a balanced approach when thinking about tough doctrines. Sure we don’t like talking about hell, but it is a necessary subject because of who God is. Mike Horton causes us to think about these things in the next Christianity.com video interview.
Tomorrow we will see a video where Mike discusses more about the importance of Christians studying theology.
The Friday edition of the Christianity.com video interview of Mike Horton asks him to respond to Christians who claim to be “spiritual” but not “religious.” Mike responds by saying that Christians shouldn’t be either, but to be gospel-focused looking to the incarnate Christ.
A proper understanding of faith helps resolve the question of “how much do I need to believe in order to be saved?” Dr. Horton discusses this in the next Christianity.com video.