JD Hall was a guest on episode 387 of the Bible Thumping Wingnut podcast, where he engaged in a lively round table debate and discussion on what it means to submit to the government. He and some other guests examine the question from a bunch of different perspectives and scenarios, from closing churches these last few months, the protests over George Floyd, and every tangent in between.
The discussion between panelists Tim Hurd, JD Hall, Jonathan Bradford, John Williams, and Ed Williams features some agreement, more than some disagreement, and the opportunity to engage in some cross-examination of beliefs. Picture a discussion where everyone gets to hold each other’s feet to the fire and temperatures rise just a little.
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