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Today’s Guest: Steve Noble with Called 2 Action

Posted by truthtalklive on March 21, 2007

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Question #1: Should Christians be activists in our culture?

Question #2: Does our guest take things too far in fighting for marriage and prayer in Jesus’ name?


9 Responses to “Today’s Guest: Steve Noble with Called 2 Action”

  1. Dave J.- Colorado said

    Jesus was our example while He was on Earth. We are to be Christ-like. He was very active in engaging and confronting the Pharisees, who were the political power in this time period in Israel. Imagine Jesus being like a lot of churches today. If he had minded his own business, stayed in fellowship with just his disciples, and didn’t “make any waves”, The leaders of his day would not have hated him, but he told them the truth. Because he confronted their hypocracy, they crucified him, but this was God’s plan for our salvation. If we are to be Christ-like, then we must also stand up for our Christian values no matter the cost. “For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places” Ephesians 6-12 NKJV.

  2. Anonymous said

    The thing that you don’t mention is that 2000 years ago they were ruled by their religion. Today we are free from that, thank God. We are more free today to practice our religion than ever, and it is due entirely to our secular laws.

    Today our priests can’t condemn us to death.

  3. Anonymous said

    I have a problem when Stu, or any right winger introduces the ACLU as “they want to outlaw prayer”, or “they want to make it illegal to pray in Jesus’ name”.

    It is blatantly misleading and I believe they do it on purpose. Why not discuss the real issues?

    Here’s my short list:

    1. Should our government be our prayer leaders? Why do we need the government to be more involved in our personal lives?

    2. Should we give up the right to be free from government establishment of religion?

    3. The only aspect of marriage that concerns the government is the tax laws. Is it OK to change the tax laws to give breaks to these citizens that form civil unions but who are not fundamentalist Christians?

    I thank the ACLU for standing up to the right wing extremists’ agendas. We are free to be Christians because we are not ruled by Christianity or any other

    Stu, I know you want to stir things up, but the misleading statements just make you look bad.

    And that’s hard to do on the radio!

  4. biteback said

    Careful there, Anonymous. I doubt seriously that the majority of Stu’s listeners agree with you. The right to life is much bigger than the ACLU and you. It’s just a matter of time.

  5. Anonymous said

    How have I been careless?

    You be careful to appeal to the government with secular reasoning. God’s law may indeed be bigger than the ACLU, but the law of the land is not God’s law. At least not in the U.S.A.

  6. Drew said

    Here’s the catch. Our society is creating more and more citizens who are dependant upon that same society. With that dependency comes servitude. The masters make the laws which are leaning more everyday towards a more secular / liberal society. Hence those who depend on the system are obligated to follow the laws of the land and not bite the hand that literally feeds them. For instance in my county alone we serve free or reduced lunch at school to over 40,000 children.

  7. Fred said

    I had the opportunity to listen to Steve Noble’s radio program yesterday. I must say that a more thorough misstatement of the scientific method and a misunderstanding of the relationship of science and religion I have never encountered unless it was to had on the program immediately following (the Gary Demar show which can’t be endured more than once).

  8. Anne said

    Wake up Christins, Have you truly made the Lord Jesus Christ your Master? Or are you just
    looking for fire insurance. He the Lord said in revelations as He spoke to the seven
    churches, specifically the church of Laodica. Your never hot nor cold but lukewarm,
    stay lukewarm and He the Lord Jesus will spew you from His mouth. This is not about
    culture, this about your heart and where you stand with God. The Law of the land is
    to be obeyed UNLESS God’s law overides it. Remember the people of God sinned, and demanded
    a King (just because the other nations had one) it was God’s will to lead, guide, and
    bring a people that where whole-hearted toward him to a land of freedom. He never wanted anyone residing
    over us, The Lord’s desire was to be always over us. (A King, A Father). Now think hard, if you proclaim the Lord
    Jesus Christ as your master then you must obey his law and choose life, which comes
    to us by grace in Our Savior Jesus Christ. Any other choice is the kingdom of darkness.
    This is what Jesus came to abolish darkness, take away, drive away…….. if you stand in
    His way you may very well have the Lord say to you I never knew you, you are a hinderance
    to me and my work. Be gone you evildoer of inquities , (generational sins). Stand back
    be sober-minded ask God to show you His way, not your way, for the sake of the nations.
    For the sake of the children coming up, for the sake and the Glory of God, who so
    loved us set us free from all bondage. Be free in Him, not in the ways of the world.

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