3/27/20

Mega Edition: SBC Cancelled, Russel Moore's NYT Article, Cary Gordon on Rom 13

A FULL episode. Jon talks about the cancellation of the Southern Baptist Convention, Covid-19 response, and Russell Moore's application of a "holistic" pro-life ethic to Covid-19. Then Pastor Cary Gordon and Jon talk about internet church and applying Romans 13 to the situation. Finally, Jon plays clips from "The Church and Covid-19."
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3/23/20

Musings on the Modern State During Covid-19

I'm noticing progressive evangelical friends of mine are coming down on the "common good" side of this whole Covid-19 debate. Essentially, whatever will save lies is necessary regardless of financial cost or threats to personal liberty.

Draconian measures must be taken by modern states NOW because we COULD possibly have extremely high death rates.

On first glance, this seems to make sense. After all, who wants to argue that death is a fine thing! Thus the knee-jerk lock-downs progressively being implemented in some areas.

However, there are a few basic assumptions one must accept in order for this argument to work.

1) First, one must accept the concept of the modern state. Communities aren't organic entities capable of making responsible decisions for themselves, but instead, national governments with "god-like" control and abilities are preferable.

2) Second, one must assume it is always necessary to act as if a potential worst-case scenario will take place.

3) Third, one must presuppose that individual human volition in assessing risks and making decisions is irrelevant.

4) Fourth, one must believe that modern states will necessarily act in the best interest of the people that live within them by not pursuing harmful objectives simultaneously.

5) Fifth, (and this is the sticky one!) one must assume alleged "experts" are in a better position to make collective decisions than non-experts.

6) Sixth, one must assume an expanded role of government into making ecclesiastical and familial decisions in a non-wartime setting OR assume that the principles at work in a combat situation are also at work in the case of a pandemic.

I will very briefly touch on each of these.

The idea that it is preferable to have a modern state guaranteeing abstract benefits such as liberty, equality, etc. on a scale as large as many are today is an entirely new concept in the history of the world. It is assumed by just about every millennial and most baby-boomers for a variety of reasons among which are the ideas that egalitarian participation, secular notions of human rights, and hedging against the threat of other modern-states is important.

The problems are:

A) Modern states have the worst track records with human rights violations because of the scale on which they function. The egalitarian tendency creates a situation in which there are no intermediate hierarchies between the power of the state and lesser magistrates and voluntary associations. They also inevitably impose a kind of state atheism in their pursuit of pluralism. Because decisions are not made on a human scale, they tend to be impersonal.

B) Modern states are relatively new, and if we are the use the logic currently on display in how to handle a virus, they are relatively untested, which is a good reason to not rush to think them preferable.

The idea that a modern state must react against a worst-case scenario, could easily apply to all kinds of threat to human life. Because something is possible or, even probable, hasn't customarily meant the state imposes itself on to local municipalities or individuals.

For example. During the winter, local authorities generally shut roads down AFTER the threat has presented itself by agreed upon local customs. Having lived in both the North and South I can certify that customs differ from place to place on whether or not weather conditions permit safe travel. Up to that point, individuals are free to travel at THEIR own risk. There COULD very likely be a 40-car pile up, and sometimes there is. But, this is assumed to be a calculated risk that drivers undertake when they CHOOSE to drive.

The modern state does not shut down roads simply because of the POSSIBILITY that snow may come, and they certainly don't do it in North Carolina just because the storm is worse in New York. Even during hurricanes when evacuation orders are instated, the right of individuals to stay in the local area is generally not infringed.

South Korea's way of handling Covid-19 generally took into account this principle. Unless someone tested positive, and thereby threatened others (parallel this with someone losing their license for unsafe driving), the state would not restrict their general movements.

If it becomes the modern state's prerogative to police the best possible course of actions that will make for the least amount of deaths, it could theoretically not only regulate, but eliminate common "unsafe" activities, even things like outdoor and team sports. We've already seen how totalitarians demonize football. Imagine outlawing it for the common good. The same principles being applied to the Covid-19 response could easily be applied across the board.

In addition, let us suppose that an influential member of the hypothetical "Ban Football" bill happens to own major stock in the NBA or some other sport likely to benefit when sport's fans increasingly look for another team to support.

This gets down to the problem of human depravity. All men are not angels, and though the function of government is good (punishing evil doers and promoting a righteous standard), the men who occupy the offices of the government are not special. They are men with the same weaknesses of all men.

We are watching global elites, and recently the Democrats in their attempted stimulus package, demonstrate a wide range of ulterior motives from implementing the Green New Deal to adopting more globalism. Unrelated, yet harmful, measures are supported as necessary elements of a response to a virus.

With every new plan that's proposed a team of specialists stand behind it. Richard Weaver brilliantly de-mythologized the specialist in "Ideas Have Consequences" (1949). The weakness of the specialist lies in his or her narrowness and group-think with other self-proclaimed specialists. This does not mean specialists don't know anything. But, as Ronald Reagan said about liberals, they can know a lot "that isn't so."

Think of how many scientists accept the philosophical underpinnings of Darwinism or the politically-driven "Global Warming" narrative.

It is in the best interest of governments, and those they pay, to expand their power and influence. It is in the best interest of small business owners and citizens to get from government a return on their investment and no more. These interests, constantly in conflict, influence decisions because, like politicians, specialists are people too.

The narrow lane government was traditionally afforded in Anglo-American society involved punishing crimes, regulating international commerce, and maintaining a military in wartime. During war, it has always been understood, throughout every culture, that the ultimate objective of winning may sometimes clash with personal property (though even in those situations, it has been understood in Anglo-American culture that property owners ought to be compensated, even if at a later time).

The literal physical destruction of lives and property and the survival of a civilization usually led to cooperation with other societal institutions. It is impossible to set the time and place of an attack, when in the defensive, in such a situation, and this is understood.

In the current debacle, individuals, families, churches, and businesses are being infringed upon, not because their actions are endangering others, but because it is unknown whether their actions could possibly endanger others.

The danger this poses is the precedent it sets moving forward if the national government were to accept military powers. If fighting a virus is the same as World War II, then where does that train stop?

If we agree that under normal circumstances the government may not lock-down the entire country, and we agree war-time is the only appropriate time to lock down certain areas for justifiable reasons related directly to war time logistics (setting up battle equipment to stage an attack or defense, etc.) or direct threats (i.e. blackouts etc.), then a pandemic does not fit the bill. However, if we classify the pandemic as a war, we've just opened Pandora's box and given it to the modern state.

One might object that these musings fail to take into account the realities of modern life, which would actually mean we're right back where we started. Are modern states preferable?

It should come as no shock to anyone thinking straight that the modern state does not have its own resources. Resources are produced by men and women across the country. Is it possible for those resources to be arranged in such a way (as they once were) to fight a pandemic on a more accountable and efficient local level which will also preserve liberty?

As we enter this brave new world these are some of the questions not being debated, because, for most of us, our minds have already been made up for us.

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Jon gives men a pep-talk about how they can be providing for their families during the lock-down.

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3/20/20

A Message from Pastor Cary Gordon on Church Meetings

Pastor Cary Gordon serves at Cornerstone World Outreach in Sioux City, Iowa. This is a message he sent to his congregation today.

Hello Cornerstone Family,
       We do not live in simple times, so I apologize up-front for my inability to offer you a simple explanation and a simple solution. If you will take a few minutes, I would like to not only tell you the good news about this coming Sunday morning’s service, but to explain to you why it is imperative to hold that service.
      Due to the measures implemented by Governess Reynolds pertaining to Coronavirus fears, we have altered our Sunday services in a way that gracefully accepts her proper desire to protect our citizenry, while simultaneously rejecting the unconstitutional portion of that same problematic proclamation. We will demonstrate how a local church is quite capable of exercising wise self-government, free from civil government interference, and meeting together in a way that will protect everyone and keep them safe and healthy.
      We are taking the Coronavirus very seriously and desire as much or more than anyone to ensure YOUR safety and health during this difficult time. Yet, to the consternation of some, we believe we MUST go to church together. We DO intend to meet for worship this coming Sunday morning, but with your safety and well-being in mind, we will meet in a different way than we usually do.
      Firstly, our goal in coming together on the church property will be in an effort to peaceably assemble and worship Almighty God! Our attendance demonstrates our faith and trust in an all-sufficient, all-powerful God Who cannot fail! His arms are not short! His power has not waned, and His healing virtue still flows! 
      Secondly, we will gather together to ask God to show mercy to our nation for our many national sins. A pandemic of this alleged magnitude is not a sign of God's favor and blessing. It is the result of the sins of mankind wreaking havoc in the earth and Satan riding on the waves of the sins of mankind. We need God to restore His hand of protection upon our nation! As your pastor, I am not inclined to think that asking God for a favor we already know we do not deserve is going to be received by the Lord very well if those petitions are offered by a fear-filled, faithless people who are too scared to obey Him by simply going to His house to worship Him as He commanded. For THOUSANDS of years Christians have risked everything to gather together obediently and feel the presence of Almighty God in their midst. Shall we label them as fools or hold them in high esteem for not thinking like the world thinks? 
      As you well know, faith is in apposition to obedience. But we equally accept that true faith is also wise, rational, and inseparable from the reality of our personal responsibility. "Thou Shalt Not Tempt the Lord Thy God" is an integral truth within the concept of mature Biblical faith. That is why we have taken extraordinary measures to keep every person in attendance completely safe from any kind of illness. (I'll explain more in a moment.)
     Why have we gone to all this trouble? Why haven't we just followed along like the majority of others and put on some pajamas to watch movies? Why am I so insistent to go against the flow? “Why can't we be like all the other churches, Pastor Cary?” Here's why. Truly, there has never been a more important time in our lifetimes to stand together in obedience to God's command that we worship Him on His day than now. People around the world are frightened because they have not been delivered from the fear of death. They need to see the stamina like that held by the ancient church in the face of darkness. They do not need to only see the face of a feminized, subservient, western church led by hirelings, trembling in the fetal position while the death angel passes across the doors of their homes. So on Sunday, we will take time to pray for our city, state, and nation's salvation and ask God to give us courage and boldness to lead them to Christ by the law of God. 
      Thirdly, our gathering together will be for the benefit of our city, state, and nation's education in one of the most essential components of our entire federation as a union of states. Since our republic has no king, but instead was created as a "nation of laws," we are able to use this opportunity to stand together against the statist abuse of power that is so tempting for those in positions of authority when they are compelled by emergencies and fears to act beyond the limits placed directly against them by the Constitution of the United States.
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble..."

      These are the words found in the Bill of Rights, which is a list of specific limits placed upon all elected officials in this country. The Bill of Rights unambiguously informs all elected and unelected officials, including Governess Reynolds, the specific things that they do not have the authority to EVER do under American Constitutional law. Judicial activist courts (and most modern attorneys) may tell our governess that she can do these specific things that the Bill of Rights clearly tell her she cannot do, but the Constitution is the Supreme Law of the land. Actually, the Bill of Rights was a restraint on the federal government, not the states. However, the Supreme Court has gradually “incorporated,” pursuant to the 14th Amendment, the amendments against all levels of government. Regardless, Section 3 of Article 1 of the Iowa Constitution provides the same language. The final arbiter of Constitutional questions is neither found in the courts nor among the consensus of modern attorneys, but in the people.
      Regardless of what our judicial branch may do to hold on to abusive oligarchical power and encourage the abuse of authority by executive office holders, the reality is that Governess Reynolds took an oath to uphold the Constitution. She did not take an oath to uphold the fickle opinions of activist judges and droves of modern attorneys! It is imperative that we not allow an elected official to prohibit the free exercise of religion on a Sunday morning, and further, it is equally imperative that we not allow an elected official to prohibit our right to peaceably assemble. That is precisely what the governess has done. She has prohibited both, in direct opposition to what you can read as easily as I.
      I have asked a question of her administration and several attorneys ever since she ordered the closure of our state’s churches. No one has answered the question because everyone knows it is rhetorical, and the answer springs my rhetorical trap. So to avoid the pain, they go quiet. The answer to my question is quite important, as our "nation of laws" cannot exist by merely citing the Iowa Governor's good intentions or medical personnel’s understandable desires to protect people from germs. “Where in the Constitution are governors, presidents, or any other officials granted the power to suspend ANY of the restrictions imposed upon them by the Bill of Rights?” The answer is “nowhere.” In practice, the answer turns out to be “some unknown judge, somewhere, told an attorney it was ok.”
The U.S. Supreme Court stated it correctly in 1866. They pointed out that emergencies do not create supra-constitutional powers for officials to violate the Constitution. Here is what they said:

“The Constitution of the United States is a law for rulers and people, equally in war and in peace, and covers with the shield of its protection all classes of men, at all times and under all circumstances."   – Ex parte Milligan, U.S. Supreme Court (1866)

      Allow me to put their perfectly accurate view of the Constitution and Bill of Rights into my own words and apply it to our present situation in Iowa… “You can’t violate the Constitution just because it is an emergency!”

“The law…dictated by God Himself is, of course, superior in obligation to any other. It is binging over all the globe, in all countries, and at all times. No human laws are of any validity if they are contrary to the laws of God.” – William Blackstone

      My old fashioned and out-of-date views of our Constitution can get lonely sometimes, but I was so pleased to see that a growing number of people who are legally smarter and more influential than I am joined my chorus this week. The famed Judge Andrew Napolitano published a repudiation of what is going on in an article entitled: “Coronavirus fear lets government assault our freedom in violation of the Constitution.” I rejoiced when I first saw the title of his article on Fox News.[1] I didn’t have to feel quite so lonely anymore. Just this morning I praised God to see the wise Governor of Texas in a televised town-hall meeting on the pending virus threat. He was asked why his executive order closing schools, restaurants, gyms, and limiting people at social gatherings did not include churches. He responded a correct view of Constitutional law, stating:

“There was nothing specific in the executive order about churches because there is freedom of religion here in the United States of America.”[2] – Governor Gregg Abbott of Texas

      Within ten minutes of watching the Texas Governor’s excellent handling of the pandemic, my dear friend and former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, was quoted in the headlines declaring:

“Economy is destroyed by tyrants who pander fear in the place of faith.”[3] - Judge Roy Moore

      Then, I was refreshed to see Kentucky Congressman Thomas Massie blast this stinging rebuke about the government errors regarding the Coronavirus:

When this is over, the greatest harm to society will have been the public’s unquestioning acceptance of the unchecked authority of governments to force private behavior and disrupt economies. I fear the actions taken by our government will make FDR’s internment of Japanese-Americans look like a ‘light touch.’”[4]

But the most important voice in harmony with mine was found in the words of one of my favorite attorneys and faithful Cornerstone member, Ryan Beardshear. He wrote: “However, those civil leaders, including the governor of the state of Iowa, have overstepped their bounds in trying to order the closure of churches… As a meme circulating succinctly states, we have no record of the Founding Fathers, when adopting the Bill of Rights, saying to each other, "Ok, but none of this counts if people get sick, right?" Thus, the Constitutionality of Gov. Reynolds’ dictate is at best questionable and at worst an infringement of inalienable rights.”
      It is so unnecessarily confusing to the public at large when people in authority violate the Constitution with impunity and make excuses for why they have decided it is perfectly ok to do so. To make matters even more confusing for many Christians, a false dichotomy has been presented by some religious leaders during this same time as well. In the wake of the governess’s error, many pastors are saying things that are out of harmony with my conscience and discordant with sound doctrine. For example, it has been incorrectly suggested that we must either "love our neighbors enough to obey (obey potentially unlawful orders?) and stay home" - or - defy what we know to be unlawful orders and "risk killing our own church people." This is done with a faulty view of the meaning of Romans 13. I know this either/or scenario to be misleading and false. Not only is it misleading and false, the truth is, we can and we MUST do both at the same time!
      There are layers of problems with this particular fallacy. Here are the facts: It is intellectually false, doctrinally false, Constitutionally false, and, according to the top medical and scientific experts in Great Britain, it also happens to be medically false. Only a few days ago, on March 16th, the Imperial College COVID-19 Response Team, comprised of the Queen of England’s very best, declared that squelching mass gatherings of worshipers would have virtually no impact on stopping the spread of the Coronavirus.[5] One must ask: why aren’t American authorities paying attention?
      Further, we should all take note that the same state authorities who have arbitrarily commanded no more than ten persons can come near another have simultaneously welcomed hundreds and hundreds of people to jam their cars into enormous parking lots and overcrowd themselves under the single roof of the grocery store of their choice. Does the virus plan to only attack large groups that assemble in places other than grocery stores? Of course not! Their arbitrary exemption for a grocery store makes sense, they say, because "groceries are essential issues." In their minds, a citizen's right to buy potato chips is allegedly more important than a citizen’s right to worship as God has commanded. Of course, they are wrong. I do, of course, agree that food is essential and support the need for all of us to assemble to obtain food. Meanwhile, the "inalienable right to buy potato chips that shall not be infringed" is entirely missing from the Bill of Rights. What is NOT missing is the unambiguous "You Can Not Do This" - addressed to presidents, senators, representatives, governors, mayors, councilmen, and police - that the "right to worship and assemble SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED." 
      Our adjusted service this Sunday will gracefully demonstrate that we are neither in support of governors nor any political leaders stepping out of their realm of authority and limiting American's First Amendment rights to assemble for worship. We plan to set an example for other churches on how to meet on Sundays in a safe and honorable way, in compliance with the HIGHER LAWS of God.Top of Form
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       It is important to us that you pay attention to these special instructions. We love our church family, and we desire for you to maintain your health and prosper in every way. If you have pre-existing health issues that compromise you physically, if you are above 65 years of age, or if you are struggling with fear, please know that your pastors completely support you staying home during this season. Self-quarantining is a Biblical response in a time of sickness. While we would welcome and appreciate your presence if you want to join us, we fully support your self-governed decision to stay home, too. 
       With that being said, here is how we are going to have church on Sunday and how we will keep everyone completely safe:
       For this Sunday, March 19, 2020, we will meet during the AM service only at 10:00 a.m. We will not be meeting for our PM service. We ask that you park in the main parking lot and avoid parking in the side lots. We will remain in our vehicles during the service. You will receive more details as soon as possible concerning how you will be able to listen to Pastor Cary and Andrew Braze while remaining in your car. Although we realize that our children like to interact with each other and may see this as an opportunity to go outside on the lawn and play with their friends, we ask that all children please be kept in their respective vehicles as much as possible during the service with the exception of restroom breaks. Make provisions for your children in advance so that you can engage as much as possible in the service without interruption. Bring snacks, beverages, coloring books, and other forms of entertainment that will hold their attention. Depending upon the weather conditions, consider filling up your gas tank ahead of service and bringing blankets if you choose to shut your vehicle off.
       The church restrooms will be open. For those who may need to enter the building to use the restroom, we will have people stationed at the doors to take your temperature. As you enter, your temperature will be checked, and if you are shown to have a fever, we will take necessary measures to protect everyone else from your sickness. Also, we will have extra sanitary measures in place, such as hand sanitizer available for use. You will be arguably safer in our church than in the hospital lobby or your local grocery store.
       Lastly, if law enforcement were to come and arrest Pastor Cary or Andrew Braze, please remain calm. This is a peaceful gathering. Please allow it to happen, and do not interfere with the police officers.
       Church family, it is time to muster courage! It is time to lift up our eyes and call upon our Refuge and Strength! He is our Great Helper, and we are in desperate need of His outstretched arm! Let’s boldly stand together as the Body of Christ and be that light on the hill for the world to see. Please join us on Sunday for another wonderful church service. You will not want to miss this service as it will build your faith, crush your fears, heal your body, and bless your family!
      Have a blessed day, and we will see you Sunday.

3/19/20

How the Media Used Racism to Divide Americans During Covid-19

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One of the concerns I have regarding the current Covid-19 pandemic and quarantine is the possibility that exists for civil unrest. As the mayor of Baltimore knows the problem civil unrest can cause during a pandemic well, as evidenced by the fact that he recently asked his city to decrease the number of murders in order to free up hospital space for those suffering. However, there is another kind of civil unrest, more widespread than the crime existing in some of our metropolitan areas.

The default American setting has been to trust our civic leaders, on all levels, during times of crisis. I lived outside of New York City during September 11, 2001, and saw first hand what American pride and working together looked like in the midst of a local and global catastrophe. Political bickering was temporarily suspended to tackle a much bigger threat! I remember at the time, the mayor of NYC, governor of NY, and President of the U.S.A. were all Republicans, but that didn’t stop the majority Democrat area I lived in from rallying around their leadership. Mutual trust was second nature. But that was then.

Today, both the media and global elites have unrelentingly pushed a narrative against both President Trump, his administration, and in some cases, Americans in general, that can lead the general public to believe that efforts to respond to the Covid-19 virus are, in part, motivated by racism and xenophobia. It’s this kind of a narrative that causes the most social justice minded among us to take out their microscopes and examine every action taken to fight this deadly virus, by ensuring no hidden racism was present in the motivations behind each decision.

From January through early March, media outlets around the world downplayed the dangers of the virus while exaggerating even alleged instances of discrimination against Chinese people. President Trump was criticized for fanning the flames of hatred when announced a travel ban from China in late January. By the middle of March, however, the narrative switched. President Trump was now portrayed as irresponsible for his late response. The one charge that still remains is the accusation that he is still motivated by racism for using the term “Chinese Virus.”

If liberal Americans are convinced that the President is making decisions from a position of incompetence and racism, how seriously will they accept his leadership in this time of crisis? If conservatives think they both they and their president are being unfairly called names, how seriously will they take other vital reports the media is providing concerning our response to the virus.

Public trust has continued to break down, as it was before Covid-19 came to the shores of the United States. Interestingly, Chinese state officials and government controlled media outlets are using the same exact talking points and have been for weeks. Does it bother Americans, Left and Right, that a Communist government which seeks to undermine us sounds very similar to what our own media outlets are saying?

Now is the time to come together, just like it was after 9-11. Let’s put aside our differences and work to defeat this virus, and restart our economy as soon as possible.

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3/18/20

COVID-19: Globalism, “Trusted” Evangelicals, and Dr. Bob

Jon talks about the world economic forum, evangelical "trusted" voices, and then gets Dr. Bob's opinion on the whole situation. Video:

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3/10/20

What Happened at FBC Naples?

Jon gives an update on his visit to the Shepherd's Conference and then talks about his trip to First Baptist Church of Naples last December.

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3/3/20

CPAC Update: Secularism and the Future of Conservatism

Jon debriefs on his experience at CPAC and talks about the future of conservatism, and the SBC.
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