The Godcast, Episode 154: Discussion on the Sermon on the Mount

In this week’s episode, SuperLutheran and Myles discuss the Sermon on the Mount and give an explanation on some of the more controversial verses therein.  Emails as always in the second half.

Are Jews the chosen people of God? No:

Things talked about during the show:

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3 thoughts on “The Godcast, Episode 154: Discussion on the Sermon on the Mount

  1. There are two ways to look at poverty. There is financial/material poverty and there is also spiritual poverty. Europe, the Anglosphere, Japan, South Korea, etc have material wealth and spiritual poverty. People in the third world are lacking in material wealth, however, many more of them can be convinced to store their riches in heaven. Both kinds of poverty need to be addressed by the Church.


  2. It’s always interesting when Atheists and Nazi-pagang-gang make moral arguments. WN Atheists and Nazi-Pagans usually frame their moral arguments in terms of evolutionarily derived instincts, or “empathy”. The issue is that one CAN NOT derive an aught from an is. This is Philosophy 101 Is-ought problem. Furthermore, any ethnic group could use the same reasoning to to justify their goals and wellbeing, so one is simply left with might makes right. Arguing over preferences then proceeding to see whose Will is stronger to win in an ultimately meaningless struggle is ultimately irrational and demotivational.

    God intended for there to be different Nations/ethnic groups who share a common culture and blood thus it is moral and righteous to preserve God’s creation. This is known as creation care. No group should be oppressed by another, no group should be used as a political weapon to harm another. Why? Biblical principles.


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