Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley discuss Romans 13 and political theology.
Questions Covered in This Episode:
- Does the bible have a uniform political theology?
- What does the bible have to say about submitting to governing authorities?
- What are some of the principles undergirding Paul’s words in this passage?
- What about bad rulers?
- How do we know when we should be like “Bonhoeffer”? How do we act?
- How do we honor our governing authorities without treating them as God?
- Paul transitions in V. 8 to the local and proximate and personal: And continues to reinforce our moral responsibilities to the “other.”
- Paul’s urgent eschatology in VV. 11-14?
- Eschatology: The doctrine of the last things.
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