VIDEO TEACHING: Faith in the Age of Reason



Date Recorded: August 27, 2017
TeacherJerry Robinson

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Video Description: “When the Son of Man comes, will He find faith on the earth?” (Luke 18:8) This profound question by Jesus takes on a new meaning as Bible teacher, Jerry Robinson, compares our modern age of reason with previous generations more dependent upon faith. In this one-hour teaching, Jerry Robinson challenges viewers that rethinking history and asking the right questions is vital to battling spiritual deception. This powerful teaching concludes with four practical takeaways that will leave you inspired and will boost your faith in God.

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Jerry Robinson has been teaching the Word of God since 2002. His desire through this website is to help others know God's Word and to be sensitive to His voice. He is a grateful husband and proud father. He resides deep within the Boston Mountains in Northwest Arkansas.

'VIDEO TEACHING: Faith in the Age of Reason' have 2 comments

  1. September 3, 2017 @ 9:53 pm Tom M.

    Jerry Robinson, did you teach in this video that Christians should not be interested in politics, and should not get involved in politics? I heard you say that we should not be misled by the “false choice between globalism and nationalism,” and I thought I heard you advise that we not listen to the news (but read the Good News of the Bible instead), and I thought I heard you say that we should give up our role as citizen rulers of the USA (who rule by electing and influencing our representatives in government) and instead should focus on the business of the Kingdom of God and of the Heavenly King of the Universe. So, did I catch the meaning you were aiming to get across? Do you think we should even vote in elections? Perhaps I misunderstood.


    • September 10, 2017 @ 11:42 pm Steve P.

      Hi Tom! I was at one time VERY confused about the issues you just raised. Reframing your questions may provide clarity and a fresh perspective. i.e.) Was Jesus interested in worldly politics or influencing the governments of men? Was Jesus immersed in the news of his time that may have seemed important one moment and irrelevant the next? If they had elections in His day, would Jesus have spent one iota of precious time and energy trying to “Make Rome Great Again?”, or would he redeem the time w/ laser-like focus on advancing the Father’s Kingdom?

      I say that w/ a spirit of humility, knowing that addressing those types of questions head-on has removed roadblocks in my own faith.


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