How Should Christians Respond to Racism?

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Episode 459 | Adriel Sanchez and Bill Maier answer caller questions.

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Key questions answered in today's show:

1. I have been a Christian for over 15 years. And recently, I have been having this overwhelming fear of dying. Even though I know there is a heaven and there is eternity, there is a seed of doubt of “what if this is the end?” It has given me anxiety and panic attacks. What are some encouragement or even helpful resources you can give to me?

2. I have been frustrated over receiving more information about the Coronavirus, but that there is an appalling lack of wisdom. What is godly wisdom? Does it come primarily through reading Scripture? Does it come primarily through praying to God on a daily basis? And I guess for me, how can I confront these frustrations that I have, and defeat them with God’s help?

3. What is the biblical stance on racism? How should Christians respond to oppression?

4. Did the Pope change a line in the Lord's prayer from "lead us not into temptation" to "protect us from temptation, and deliver us from evil"? What happened with that particular sentence of the Lord's prayer?

Resources

The Message of Acts in the History of Redemption by Dennis Johnson

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