CrossPolitic Show and Podcast
About This Show
CrossPolitic (Christ over Politics) Podcast and Show mixes the taboo formula of faith, culture, and politics in order to bring the clarity of the gospel into muddle America. We are a community of Christians who desire to see the Lordship of Christ in every corner of our culture, reigning over every politician, and changing every individual for our good and His glory.
Our hosts are made up of pastors, deacons, filmmakers, and more, and long to see our nation once again recognize Jesus as the redeemer of our fallen nation. Our hosts interview notable public figures (including presidential candidates Senator Ted Cruz and Dr. Ben Carson), write books, preach at churches, make films, and utilize every avenue possible to declare the gospel of our Lord to our broken world.
Most Recent Episode
Idaho Do We Have the Backbone to End Abortion?
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This last year, Idaho Senator Dan Foreman, proposed end abortion legislation in Idaho. This legislation went nowhere because Republican Senate Chair Jeff Siddoway refused to allow the bill into committee. Jeff joins us to discuss Idaho politics, why the end abortion legislation was not allowed into committee, and why we don’t have a backbone to end abortion in Idaho. Toby’s article on our Blogazine lays out the game plan for how states can end abortion, which you can find here.
In CrossPolitic news we discuss Harvard Law Journal’s article on why the 14th Amendment applies to the unborn, and Lewis CK’s standup covering abortion.
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Lastly, we would like to bring your attention to Wordsmithy, a writers workshop held annually here in Moscow, Idaho at New Saint Andrews College. This year it will be held September 20th through the 22nd with special guest and acclaimed graphic novelist Doug Tennapel. Pastor Doug Wilson, author Nate Wilson, and literary agent and poet Aaron Rench will also be speaking at the teachers workshop. Early registration ends June 30th, so register now here! We hope to see you there.