Toward a Radically Christian Counterculture
Steve Gregg presents a vision for building a distinctive and holy Christian culture that stands in opposition to the values of the surrounding secular society. Drawing on biblical teachings, Gregg discusses a range of issues including cultural accommodation, legalism, worldview alignment, war, divorce, and purity. He emphasizes the importance of following God's laws, rejecting the moral standards of the surrounding culture, and striving for unity within the Christian community. Through radical conversion, evangelism, and discipleship, Gregg believes that the body of Christ can become a powerful force for good in the world.
Steve Gregg addresses issues surrounding cultural accommodation and dating from a Christian perspective. Drawing on biblical teachings, Gregg emphasizes the importance of considering the costs of engaging with a culture that opposes Christian values. He argues that Christians need to maintain their
Legalism (Part 1)
In this talk, Steve Gregg argues for the importance of Christians adopting a countercultural attitude that reflects the teachings of Jesus. He highlights the danger of legalism, urging Christians to uphold high standards while also exercising wisdom and humility. Gregg emphasizes the need to avoid c
Legalism (Part 2)
Steve Gregg discusses the topic of legalism and urges Christians to break away from the dominant culture and be obedient to Jesus Christ. He clarifies that legalism is not strict obedience to God but rather imposing human standards on others and rejecting the Word of God in favor of traditions. Greg
In this talk by Steve Gregg, he discusses the concept of worldview values and how they affect our behavior and beliefs. He emphasizes that God's values and man's values are often opposite, and that as Christians, we need to adopt God's values in order to live a Christ-centered life. Gregg also touch
Worldview and Values
In a discussion led by Steve Gregg, the importance of aligning one's worldview with biblical principles and values is emphasized. This includes not just addressing a few cultural issues but tearing down whole structures of darkness and replacing them with truth and light. It is argued that every per
Cultures of Life and Death
In "Cultures of Life and Death," Steve Gregg discusses the concept of a "culture of death" that he believes is prevalent in modern society. He argues that this culture leads to physical and spiritual death, and that individuals must choose between aligning themselves with it or a culture of life. Gr
War and Peace (Part 1)
In this talk, Steve Gregg explores the topic of war and peace from a Christian perspective. He discusses the history of Christian attitudes towards war, with some early Christian figures such as Polycarp and Tertullian opposing participation in warfare. Gregg argues that while the Bible does offer s
War and Peace (Part 2)
In this discussion, Steve Gregg explores the Christian attitude toward war and addresses the hard ethical issues surrounding the matter. He argues that the choice to participate in wars is not simply a matter of justice, and that Christians should not gravitate towards participant aspects of belief
Self Love vs Self Denial
In this discussion, Steve Gregg explores the conflict between self-love and self-denial in contemporary culture. He notes that the current culture tends to value and prioritize the self, as evidenced by the importance placed on concepts such as self-image and self-esteem. However, this self-focus ca
Families vs Individuals (Part 1)
In this talk, Steve Gregg discusses the importance of families in Christianity and how they are under attack in modern society. He argues that families are God's creation and their destruction can lead to negative consequences in society. Gregg emphasizes the importance of whole families being saved
Families vs Individuals (Part 2)
In this talk, Steve Gregg discusses the importance of the family unit and how society's focus on individualism has caused a war against the institution of the family. He argues that God created man first, then the family, and that it is through families that blessings can be passed down for generati
Families vs Individuals (Part 3)
In this message, Steve Gregg discusses the biblical perspective on the roles of husbands and wives within a family unit. Gregg refutes the idea of individualism and emphasizes the importance of the family as a God-created unit. He argues that according to scripture, husbands are called to be the hea
Families vs Individuals (Part 4)
In this thought-provoking talk, Steve Gregg explores the concept of family within a Christian context. He argues that the family unit is a hierarchical structure ordained by God and that children are expected to respect and obey their parents. However, he underlines the importance of avoiding compro
Divorce and Remarriage (Part 1)
In this talk, Steve Gregg emphasizes the need for Christians to adhere strictly to what the Bible teaches regarding divorce and remarriage. He argues that churches must not compromise their moral standards in order to accommodate societal norms. Gregg cautions against taking a lenient approach to di
Divorce and Remarriage (Part 2)
In this continuation of the conversation on divorce and remarriage, Steve Gregg examines the issue from a biblical standpoint. He notes that while divorce is not necessarily a sin, there are limited biblical grounds for a Christian divorce. One such ground is if one spouse committed adultery. Howeve
In this discussion, Steve Gregg examines the concept of Home Insteading and encourages Christians to consider alternative options to traditionally accepted practices. He suggests that while Scripture offers certain guidelines, there are areas where believers have the freedom to make choices that ali
In "Approaching Marriage", Steve Gregg discusses how the teachings of Scripture differ from societal norms when it comes to finding a partner and getting married. Gregg emphasizes that while marriage may be a general calling, it is not the original calling for anyone, and it is not good to approach
Purity (Part 1)
In this discussion on culture and purity, Steve Gregg addresses the issue of sensuality in dominant culture and the importance of pursuing holiness. He emphasizes the need to focus on purity of heart and conduct, rather than mere external religiosity. Gregg also encourages an elevated view of marria
Purity (Part 2)
In "Purity (Part 2)," Steve Gregg discusses how the dominant culture of Western civilization is focused on sensuality, but purity is necessary for true pleasure and fellowship with God. He emphasizes that God is not against all pleasure, but indulging in pleasure that is wrong can lead to the forfei
Purity (Part 3)
In this talk, Steve Gregg discusses the topic of culture and purity, and emphasizes the need for a countercultural consensus among Christians. He touches on the messages in media that assault modesty and purity, and argues that Christians should focus on what is truly valuable and not place undue em
Wealth (Part 1)
In this talk, Steve Gregg discusses the concept of wealth and its importance in different cultures. He examines the early Christian practice of communal living and common purse and explores the idea of forsaking possessions as a cost of discipleship. Gregg argues that wealth is not inherently bad, b
Wealth (Part 2)
In this discussion, Steve Gregg explores the Christian view on wealth using the rich young ruler as an example. The Biblical concept of private property and ownership is taught throughout scripture, but stealing and hoarding are forbidden. God tests people with wealth to see if they will use it as i
Wealth (Part 3)
Steve Gregg discusses the Christian perspective on wealth in this lecture. He emphasizes the idea that Christians are stewards who manage God's possessions and not the ultimate owners. In the sense of community, members are expected to care for one another and distribute their wealth according to th
Wealth (Part 4)
In this discussion, Steve Gregg explores the Christian perspective on wealth management. He emphasizes the importance of seeking wisdom from the Bible rather than simply following the practices of the world. The discussion covers various topics such as giving generously to the poor, the concept of t
Toward a Radically Christian Counter - Culture (Part 1)
In "Toward a Radically Christian Counter-Culture," Steve Gregg argues that Christians should strive to create a distinctively Christian society in line with God's calling for the church. He suggests that rather than aligning with political conservatism or liberalism, Christians should become radical
Toward a Radically Christian Counter - Culture (Part 2)
In this series on creating a radically Christian counter-culture, Steve Gregg emphasizes the importance of living a holy and distinctive life that exemplifies the teachings of Jesus. He argues that this involves following God's laws and rejecting the moral standards of the surrounding culture, while
Toward a Radically Christian Counter - Culture (Part 3)
In this talk, Steve Gregg discusses the concept of creating a radically Christian counter-culture. He argues that the early Christians had a unique culture, and that modern society needs to return to these roots in order to truly follow Christ. Gregg believes that the church needs to focus on making
Toward a Radically Christian Counter - Culture (Part 4)
In "Toward a Radically Christian Counter-Culture," Steve Gregg discusses the consensus among a community of radically converted and committed Christians resulting in the cultivation of a counter-culture. This consensus is based on certain appropriate behaviors for genders and ages, a transformation
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