By the Way

By the Way

By Toph & Jed (Termon Media)
Toph and Jed discuss theology, masculinity, the church, news, culture, and much more. Our goal is to encourage and equip busy believers to become commited and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life.
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How to Pray Without Ceasing
In 1 Thessalonians 5:17, the apostle Paul instructs Christians to "pray without ceasing."  But what does that mean? Toph and Jed tackle the question of how to follow that instruction in today's episode. Prayer is simply the word we use for talking to God. God speaks to us through His written Word; and when we speak to Him, we call it prayer. But many Christians struggle to understand the power and simplicity of prayer. Below are some helpful resources to learn more about prayer in the life of the Christian. In this blog post, Toph explains a simple method to help your prayer life when you struggle to find the words to say [https://tavernhall.wordpress.com/2018/08/16/praying-the-psalms/]. The great reformer, Martin Luther, once explained to his barder how to pray using the Lord's Prayer as a guide in this fascinating letter [https://static1.squarespace.com/static/58a73709414fb5ac487511d0/t/599e66ece3df2831f0e97eb3/1503553260932/Luther%2C+Martin.+A+Simple+Way+to+Pray.+Plain.pdf] The Cripplegate blog has a helpful article on the "Right and Wrong Ways to Pray" [http://thecripplegate.com/right-wrong-ways-to-pray/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+TheCripplegate+%28The+Cripplegate%29]. Dr. Paul Henebury has a good introduction to prayer in this series [https://drreluctant.wordpress.com/2012/12/12/the-struggle-of-prayer-1/]. Two fascinating books that can serve as helpful aids to your prayer life are Piercing Heaven [https://amzn.to/2YU1G3U] and The Valley of Vision [https://amzn.to/2yVjqyw]. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share the podcast! Our aim is to encourage, exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. Support us at patreon.com/termonmedia. Thanks for listening, and Godspeed!
22:35
July 3, 2020
Is Hell Forever? [part 1]
In today's episode, Toph tackles the doctrine of conditional immortality—the view that the souls of unbelievers will not remain in conscious torment in hell, but will be annihilated along with their bodies—as propounded by the folks at Rethinking Hell (http://rethinkinghell.com/). Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share the podcast! Our aim is to encourage,  exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. If you're able to support our efforts on a monthly basis, consider becoming a patron (you get a bunch of extra stuff as well) at patreon.com/termonmedia. Thanks for listening, and Godspeed!
12:02
April 23, 2020
Gene Cunningham on Eternal Rewards and the Christian Response to Pandemics and Panic
Full Episode: We recently sat down with missionary and Bible teacher, Gene Cunningham,  and asked him about the pandemic panic (and a few other things). To hear more of Gene's teaching, find his books, and learn more about and support his ministry, go to basictraining.org. If you're interested in learning more about the doctrine of eternal rewards, we would recommend starting with this series from Cripplegate: https://thecripplegate.com/degrees-of-reward-pt-1/. Three books that may be helpful to learn more would be Grace, Salvation, and Discipleship (https://amzn.to/3c5b1cZ), The Preacher's Payday (https://amzn.to/2UNzKfQ), and Going for the Gold (https://amzn.to/3a5y45V). Gene also discussed the doctrine of rewards in more detail at his 2019 Uniontown conference (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/basic-training-bible-ministries/id1457836388?i=1000455954354), and will be dealing specifically with this doctrine at his upcoming Virginia conference, so be watching for that as well. A good place to get started on some of the ideas that we discussed in the second part of the episode about community, self-reliance, and sustainable households would be C.R. Wiley's book, Man of the House (https://amzn.to/34p8Luj). And, to keep up with the coronavirus happenings, you really ought to be following CrossPolitic—especially their Daily News Briefs (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fight-laugh-feast-network/id1158923632?fbclid=IwAR1Yhy95HTtzgmrvHimZe2fkKCWix0ixZKKfWukfjaDVquVrhb8tROsVs6k#episodeGuid=https%3A%2F%2Fcrosspolitic.com%2F%3Fpost_type%3Dpodcast%26p%3D9155). Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share the podcast! Our aim is to encourage,  exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. If you're able to support our efforts on a monthly basis, consider becoming a patron (you get a bunch of extra stuff as well) at patreon.com/termonmedia. Thanks for listening, and Godspeed!
38:34
April 16, 2020
Passion Week Difficulties — Good Friday, Thursday, or Wednesday?
Matthew 12:40 says that Christ would be in the belly of the earth for three days and three nights; but that doesn't work with a Friday crucifixion. So, was Jesus actually crucified on Thursday—or even Wednesday? This week being Passion Week, Pastor Toph is taking a few episodes to explain some interpretive difficulties that come up with regard to the chronology of the final days leading up to our Lord's death and resurrection, in order to show that when the Scripture is allowed to speak, it is always shown to be absolutely truthful and trustworthy. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share the podcast! Our aim is to encourage,  exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. If you're able to support our efforts on a monthly basis, consider becoming a patron (you get a bunch of extra stuff as well) at patreon.com/termonmedia. Thanks for listening, and Godspeed!
10:30
April 9, 2020
Passion Week Difficulties — the meal in Bethany
The Gospel of John clearly explains that Jesus arrived in Bethany on the Friday before Passion Week, and there was held a meal in Christ's honor in Bethany on Saturday. And the Triumphal Entry then was on the next day—Sunday. However, Matthew and Mark both place the account of the meal in Bethany in the middle of their Tuesday narrative. So when did the meal take place? Saturday or Tuesday? This week being Passion Week, Pastor Toph is taking a few episodes to explain some interpretive difficulties that come up with regard to the chronology of the final days leading up to our Lord's death and resurrection, in order to show that when the Scripture is allowed to speak, it is always shown to be absolutely truthful and trustworthy. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share the podcast! Our aim is to encourage,  exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. If you're able to support our efforts on a monthly basis, consider becoming a patron (you get a bunch of extra stuff as well) at patreon.com/termonmedia. Thanks for listening, and Godspeed!
12:14
April 8, 2020
Passion Week Difficulties [Intro]
This week being Pasion Week, let's take some time to think through a couple of interpretive difficulties that come up with regard to the chronology of the final days leading up to our Lord's death and resurrection. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share the podcast! Our aim is to encourage,  exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. If you're able to support our efforts on a monthly basis, consider becoming a patron (you get a bunch of extra stuff as well) at patreon.com/termonmedia. Thanks for listening, and Godspeed!
06:52
April 7, 2020
The Barbaric Bride-Price, the productive household, and what a way to get a wife!
The concept of the bride-price is salt in the wound of our sensitive, politically correct, romance-is-everything society. Daughters being rewarded to warriors, and arranged marriages, are barbaric enough. But then the groom has to pay the father-of-the-bride money as compensation?  This is basically purchasing yourself a wife like she’s a piece of property, right? Well, no, it’s not that simple—or that barbaric. We have to understand that the family, for most of history, was an economic unit of society. Your household was your livelihood. And children were a  blessing not just because they’re a delight to have around, but because they contributed to the household economy—and with numbers come stability and security. In today's mini-episode, Pastor Toph explains this idea of the bride-price, and what exactly is going on in 1 Samuel 18:17–27. To learn more about this theology of the productive household, check out these helpful resources: Alastair Roberts has a very helpful introduction to the biblical view of the household as a social and economic unit in this video — https://tavernhall.wordpress.com/2018/08/01/theology-of-the-household/. C.R. Wiley is an exceptional resource on all things productive household. Follow him on Facebook, and then get his books, Man of the House (https://amzn.to/31We0iz), and The Household and the War for the Cosmos (https://amzn.to/2Nptd7Z). (See some intro videos to Wiley's work here: https://tavernhall.wordpress.com/2019/09/03/households-and-warring-over-the-cosmos/). One more book that would be very helpful in understanding how the ancient world in general, and the biblical cultures particularly, understood the household, marriage, and the family, is Marriage and Family in the Biblical World (https://amzn.to/2W0x7s8). Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share the podcast! Our aim is to encourage,  exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. If you're able to support our efforts on a monthly basis, consider becoming a patron (you get a bunch of extra stuff as well) at patreon.com/termonmedia. Thanks for listening, and Godspeed!
04:18
April 6, 2020
And David His Ten Thousands
What's really going on with that song the women sing about Saul and David: "Saul has struck down his thousands, and David his ten thousands?" In today's mini-episode, Pastor Toph explains a feature of Hebrew poetry that may give us a fuller understanding of this account in 1 Samuel 18:7. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share the podcast! Our aim is to encourage,  exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. If you're able to support our efforts on a monthly basis, consider becoming a patron (you get a bunch of extra stuff as well) at patreon.com/termonmedia. Thanks for listening, and Godspeed!
03:49
March 31, 2020
What to Do Now?
We sat down with missionary and Bible teacher, Gene Cunningham, and asked him about the pandemic and panic, and how we, as Christians, should respond in a way that's different than the world. Here's a short preview. Watch for the full episode coming soon!
01:13
March 28, 2020
The Political Friendship of David and Jonathan
Jonathan is said to have loved David "as his own soul." This more than mere affection, or companionship; it certainly has nothing to do with any kind of romantic relationship. So what exactly is going on with this covenant between Jonathan and David in 1 Samuel 18? Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share the podcast! Our aim is to encourage,  exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. If you're able to support our efforts on a monthly basis, consider becoming a patron (you get a bunch of extra stuff as well) at patreon.com/termonmedia. Thanks for listening, and Godspeed!
03:16
March 26, 2020
The Recovery of Local Community
What good could possibly come from the pandemic and the panic? We sat down with missionary and Bible teacher, Gene Cunningham, and asked him about that (and a few other things). Here's a short preview. Watch for the full episode coming soon!
00:52
March 23, 2020
God is Still at Work
We recently sat down with missionary and Bible teacher, Gene Cunningham, and asked him about the pandemic panic (and a few other things). Here's a short preview. Be watching for the full episode coming soon!
01:27
March 22, 2020
Gene Cunningham on Responding to a Crisis
We recently sat down with missionary and Bible teacher, Gene Cunningham, and asked him about the pandemic panic (and a few other things). Here's a short preview. Be watching for the full episode!
01:35
March 20, 2020
Thou Shalt Be Nice!
Be nice! Why can't we all just get along? When people say nice, they usually mean “agreeable," or "not harsh." Is niceness really a biblical category? Is it even a virtue? That's what we discuss in today's episode of By the Way. You can listen to the Voddie Baucham sermon Jed mentioned here: https://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=92616421148 A helpful article on the relationship between niceness, masculinity, and reformed theology can be found here: https://bnonn.com/calvinism-masculinity-niceness/ The men at the Theology Pugcast had an episode on niceness as well; listen to it here—https://crosspolitic.com/podcast/the-theology-pugcast-niceness-stupid-as-it-ever-was/  Don't forget to subscribe and rate our podcast—and share with your friends! Our goal is to encourage,  exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. If you're able to support the project on a monthly basis, become a patron and get awesome extra stuff at patreon.com/termonmedia. Godspeed!
17:00
March 19, 2020
That Goofy-Looking King David
We've always heard that David was a scrawny, redheaded, snot-nosed little kid... but that's not the picture Scripture gives us. Put aside your preconceived notions about David. We’re learning about the real man—the 11th-century  shepherd who became the most powerful military leader in Israel… The king whose descendent will sit on the throne of Israel and rule all nations with a rod of iron, establishing perfect and everlasting justice and peace over all the earth—far as the curse is found. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share the podcast! Our aim is to encourage,  exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. If you're able to support our efforts on a monthly basis, consider becoming a patron (you get a bunch of extra stuff as well) at patreon.com/termonmedia. Thanks for listening, and Godspeed!
04:14
March 17, 2020
Q&A—Is Bible Reading and Prayer the Formula for Growth?
If I read my Bible and pray every day, will I grow, grow, grow? Is it really that simple? If I read and pray, is spiritual growth automatic? Or is there more to it? Listen to today's episode of By the Way to find out. Here, Paul Tripp and Tim Lane succinctly lay out a biblical theology of change — https://tavernhall.files.wordpress.com/2019/06/how_christ_changes_us_by_his_grace.pdf. Here are a few helpful books on the subject of how Christians grow in Christlikeness: "How Does Sanctification Work?," by David Powlison — https://amzn.to/2Sj1OGK "Ordinary: Sustainable Faith in a Radical, Reckless World," by Michael Horton — https://amzn.to/2D9V6Mf "Valley of Vision," — https://amzn.to/2yVjqyw "The Loveliness of Christ: Selections from the Letters of Samuel Rutherford" — https://amzn.to/2NeDC5I Also, check out Toph's helpful lists here (https://tavernhall.wordpress.com/biblical-counseling-resources/) and here (https://tavernhall.wordpress.com/2018/11/12/how-to-start-building-your-book-collection/). Don't forget to subscribe and rate our podcast—and share with your friends! Our goal is to encourage,  exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. If you're able to support the project on a monthly basis, become a patron and get awesome extra stuff (starting with a free book!) at patreon.com/termonmedia. Godspeed!
08:10
March 12, 2020
Why God Looks On the Heart
Another episode from Pastor Toph's blog, explaining why it is that God looks on the heart: because only He can. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share the podcast! Our aim is to encourage,  exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. If you're able to support our efforts on a monthly basis, consider becoming a patron (you get a bunch of extra stuff as well) at patreon.com/termonmedia. Thanks for listening, and Godspeed!
03:50
March 9, 2020
Choosing Fruitlessness?
Is it wrong for a married couple to choose childlessness? We would say, ordinarily, yes, but tell us more. This is a touchy and controversial subject, and we wade into it in today's episode. We strongly encourage you to read these two articles from Michael Foster and Bnonn Tennant: "Fruitfulness is Normal" (https://itsgoodtobeaman.com/fruitfulness-is-normal/) and "If Marriages Should Be Fruitful, Can We Use Contraceptives" (https://itsgoodtobeaman.com/if-marriages-should-be-fruitful-can-we-use-contraceptives/). This article containing the "press-for-puppy" illustration we mentioned is worth reading in its entirety — https://www.patheos.com/blogs/troublerofisrael/2018/09/if-you-dont-want-kids-dont-have-sex-or-get-married/. Here is Doug Wilson's (much more succinct) answer to the question of married couples choosing childlessness: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmbaXdbP_CI. For further (and more academic) reading, here are two helpful articles from Alistair Roberts — https://theopolisinstitute.com/before-obergefell-some-thoughts-on-how-we-got-here/ and https://alastairadversaria.com/2012/05/19/marriage-and-procreation/. Don't forget to subscribe and rate our podcast—and share with your friends! Our goal is to encourage,  exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. If you're able to support the project on a monthly basis, become a  patron and get awesome extra stuff at patreon.com/termonmedia. Godspeed!
33:55
March 5, 2020
Even Moore About That Invitation to "Go Home"
This is the audio of Pastor Toph's blog post explaining why John MacArthur told Beth Moore to go home, why everyone laughed, what could possibly be wrong with listening to Beth Moore, and why she really ought to... go home, that is. Here's the relevant audio clip of the conversation—https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NeNKHqpBcgc. And here are some further resources for a biblical understanding of the issues: Doug Wilson on Beth Moore—https://youtu.be/BZRlPoLOZRE Toby Sumpter has a helpful post on the "go home" controversy here—https://www.tobyjsumpter.com/beth-moore-john-macarthur-and-clobbering-girls-in-football/ Rachel Jankovic—a woman worth following—is excellent, both here (https://www.facebook.com/racheljankovic/photos/a.416170895090349/3364905026883573/?type=3&theater) and here (https://youtu.be/3bVA83JF0Qs). Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share the podcast! Our aim is to encourage,  exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. If you're able to support our efforts on a monthly basis, consider becoming a patron (you get a bunch of extra stuff as well) at  patreon.com/termonmedia. Thanks for listening, and Godspeed!
11:07
March 3, 2020
More on MacArthur and Moore
Yes, we know this is old news now (we recorded it right when it happened though), but this discussion was still worth sharing—at least we think it was. So, John MacArthur told Beth Moore to "go home," and the immediate evangelical uproar basically crashed the internet. In this impromptu episode, Jed asks pastor Toph a few clarifying questions about the whole thing. Here's a link to the pertinent audio clip — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NeNKHqpBcgc. You can read Toph's blog post here, and we definitely recommend clicking on the videos and articles he links to at the end — https://tavernhall.wordpress.com/2019/10/27/moore-about-that-invitation-to-go-home/. To study this topic further, we'd recommend starting with a few books such as: Women in the Church: An Interpretation and Application of 1 Timothy 2:9-15 — https://amzn.to/2GMQyfc God's Design for Man and Woman — https://amzn.to/2v1OltA Building a Godly Home — https://amzn.to/37XJGb0 And we always recommend the work of It's Good to Be a Man — https://itsgoodtobeaman.com/ Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share the podcast! Our aim is to encourage,  exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. If you're able to support our efforts on a monthly basis, consider becoming a patron (you get a bunch of extra stuff as well) at  patreon.com/termonmedia. Thanks for listening, and Godspeed!
34:09
February 27, 2020
Understanding Honor
What is honor? And in what way does God honor us? Honor plays a prominent role in Scripture, yet we frequently misunderstand it's definition, role, and import. In today's episode, Toph explains what honor is, horizontal honor and vertical honor, the difference between honoring God and being honored by God, and more. To explore the topic further, we would recommend Honor, Patronage, Kinship & Purity, by David deSilva — https://amzn.to/2EG9woU. You may also be interested in the talk Lee Podles gave at the 2018 Touchstone conference. You have to be a subscriber to  Touchstone to access the session right now. But that’s also well worth your while. Here it is: “Honorable Men & the Honor of God: The Centrality of Honor in Masculinity & Christianity” (https://www.touchstonemag.com/touchstone-conference/2018/honorable-men-and-the-honor-of-god-podles.php). We’d also commend to you C.R. Wiley’s session on piety from the same conference (https://www.touchstonemag.com/touchstone-conference/2018/making-men-pious-again-wiley.php). Don't forget to subscribe and rate our podcast—and share with your friends! Our goal is to encourage, exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. If you're able to support the project on a monthly basis, become a patron and get awesome extra stuff at patreon.com/termonmedia. Godspeed!
10:24
February 20, 2020
Bonus Followup: Is Your Faith a Political Threat? A Case in Point
A brief followup to our episode on patriotism. There are two groups of people who truly understand the threat of Christianity: those who are persecuted because of their Christian convictions, and those who do the persecuting. As our allegiance to Christ increasingly comes into conflict with our ability to obey our earthly rulers, we need to be prepared to say with the apostles, “We must obey God rather than men” (Acts 5:29). To read more about the prophetic and political function of the church, we would recommend the book that shaped much of our thinking in this area: Political Church: The Local Assembly as Embassy of Christ’s Rule, by Jonathan Leeman — https://amzn.to/3954mOh. And, while the Nashville Statement is commendable, we would rather recommend the Fortified Nashville Statement as an even more faithful and sound articulation of the biblical teaching on marriage and sexuality — https://warhornmedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/The-Nashville-Statement-Fortified.pdf. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share the podcast! Our aim is to encourage,  exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. If you're able to support our efforts on a monthly basis, consider becoming a patron (you get a bunch of extra stuff as well) at   patreon.com/termonmedia. Thanks for listening, and Godspeed!
04:17
February 15, 2020
Christians and Patriotism?
How should Christians think about patriotism and love for one's country in balance with love for Christ and His kingdom? Toph and Jed discuss this huge topic in today's episode, arguing for some practical applications as well. This was an early attempt at recording. It's actually the very first episode we ever recorded. Hopefully, the sound quality, and content quality, has improved since then and will continue to improve; but we wanted to share this discussion with you. If you're interested in learning more about these issues, or perhaps are discouraged at the foreignness of some of these topics, we recommend the following resources. Political Church, by Jonathan Leeman, has significantly shaped our understanding of these issues — https://amzn.to/31lTj0x. Politics According to the Bible, by Wayne Grudem, is a helpful reference for Christians just wading into the topic — https://amzn.to/31ntygv. Bastion Magazine (https://www.bastionmagazine.com/magazine?utm_source=termon) is a phenomenal journal on politics, culture, history, philosophy, economics, and literary and social criticism from a standpoint of traditional conservatism and Austrian economics. This is one of the most important resources you can get your hands on. The blog is worth following as well (https://www.bastionmagazine.com/blog). Brion McClanahan has some excellent history lectures at McClanahan Academy — https://mcclanahanacademy.com/?affcode=167843_wdpv0cem. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share the podcast! Our aim is to encourage,  exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. If you're able to support our efforts on a monthly basis, consider becoming a patron (you get a bunch of extra stuff as well) at patreon.com/termonmedia. Godspeed!
57:55
February 13, 2020
Q&A—Why Are Our Kids Leaving the Church?
Why are our kids leaving the church as soon as they're out of high school? That's what we discuss on today's episode of By the Way. The book we mentioned, "Already Gone," can be found here: https://amzn.to/3bac4IE. You can find the other links we mentioned here in Toph's article (and the whole article is worth reading while you're there) — https://tavernhall.wordpress.com/2018/05/14/raisingchildren-regardingchurch/. This piece reveals the significance specifically of the father's presence and commitment to the church — https://www.touchstonemag.com/archives/article.php?id=16-05-024-v. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share the podcast! Our goal is to encourage, exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. If you're able to support the project on a monthly basis, you can find our Patreon page at patreon.com/termonmedia. Godspeed!
14:48
February 6, 2020
Who are we? What are we doing?
Like we said in the pilot episode, we know that you don't care who we are unless we have a podcast worth listening to. So we thought that we'd now take this second episode to introduce ourselves and the podcast. You can always email us with questions, concerns, encouragements, or ideas at termonmedia[at]protonmail[dot]com. If you're able to support the project on a monthly basis, you can find our Patreon page at patreon.com/termonmedia Connect with us on Facebook: Christopher Preston and Jed Lawson. Please subscribe and rate our podcast—and share with your friends! By the Way is a podcast of Termon Media. Termon exists to encourage, exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. Godspeed!
05:41
January 31, 2020
How Should Christians Think About Smart Devices? [parts 1 and 2]
How should Christians think about their smart devices? Should we fear them? Use them cautiously? Use them freely with no concern at all? Hi! Our names are Toph and Jed. In this, the pilot episode of By the Way, we discuss one comprehensive metaphor that we think helpfully answers all of our concerns and questions about smart devices and life in the digital age. This was an early recording, and the sound quality will get better on future episodes. Also, Toph has a cold. If you're interested in any of the books we mentioned in today's episode, follow the links below to get those resources and learn more! Man of the House, by C.R. Wiley — https://amzn.to/36L3gqL (This is a must-read; you don't want to be without this book) Politics, by Aristotle — https://amzn.to/2PWRMdJ (This is an excellent and important work, but it does take some time to work through; this is the best edition we've found) These last two we haven't read ourselves, but wanted to link to them in case you are interested since we mentioned them. 12 Ways Your Phone is Changing You, by Tony Reinke — https://amzn.to/2NPZGTt Life After Google, by George Gilder — https://amzn.to/2WUHa0d A new book by Doug Wilson just came out—since we recorded this episode—and in it he deals with many of these same issues; it's well-worth your consideration. Ploductivity: A Practical Theology of Work & Wealth — https://amzn.to/2SfAp7B By the Way is a podcast of Termon Media. Termon exists to encourage, exhort, and equip busy believers to become committed and competent disciples of Christ in every area of life. Godspeed!
48:00
January 30, 2020