You’ve heard it said, “Joel McDurmon hath left Theonomy,” but I say unto you. . . .
Well, you’ll just have to listen to this interview, won’t you? (see below!)
The smoking hot, hard-hitting, profound, deep, humble, vast, multi-faceted, experienced, and all-round great Reconstructionist Radio network is among the most pleasant surprises I’ve witnessed over the past several months. Beginning as a idea merely to provide audio versions of Reconstructionist books (of which they’ve done a bunch), the effort quickly grew quickly into a variety of awesome podcasts (I’m counting twelve (12) separate podcasts now, each of which adds content almost weekly), and seasoned Christian Reconstructionist and Theonomists leaders keep coming out of the woodwork to provide leadership, podcasts, interviews, content, etc. I expect many great things to come yet, and I strongly encourage AV readers to go check out what they’re doing.
A few nights ago, Bill Evans of the War Room podcast stopped by my house for a visit (Bill is a Road Scholar (let he who has ears hear), which often puts him in a unique position close to leaders in various places around the country, where he records interviews along life’s way. We must have sat and talked on my back porch for about 5 hours. About an hour and a half of that got recorded. Here’s his summary of the interview:
An Evening with Joel McDurmon, President of American Vision. Bill & Joel talk about Theonomy and the Westminster Confession of Faith, general vs particular equity, popular strawmen, the use of label vs. doing the work of reconstruction, Joel’s response to critics, the importance of definitions, and theological Pharisees.
Yes, yes. And much more, including abolitionism, name-dropping some friends of ours, and my answer to that opening question above. Listen here. . . .