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Justice in His Kingdom Podcast will help you understand God’s standards for justice and how to break free of pagan, pragmatic ideas about how it should be defined and implemented.


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Justice in His Kingdom Podcast will help you understand God’s standards for justice and how to break free of pagan, pragmatic ideas about how it should be defined and implemented.




Shaky Town: When the Wicked Seize a City

Charles McIlhenny became the pastor of First Orthodox Presbyterian Church in San Francisco when he and his wife, Donna, moved there in 1973. In 1978, the beginning of the events chronicled in their book, When the Wicked Seize a City, occurred. The McIlhennys lived in San Francisco for 28 more years after beginning proclaiming the Gospel to the civil magistrates and ministering to the homosexual community. They moved to Southern California in 2005, where Pastor McIlhenny serves as a hospital chaplain at local hospitals and as a retired-pastor at Grace OPC. Donna serves as a non-ordained Chaplain and substance-abuse counselor. The couple co-wrote When the Wicked Seize a City, and Donna wrote her story as part of Choosing the Good Portion: Women of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. You may read more about the McIlhennys in Culture Wars by James Davison Hunter, Power in the Blood by David Chilton, and “Congressional Sub-committee Hearing on Sexual Orientation”, August Hawkins, Chrmn, “Labor Relations”, Oct 10, 1980, and A Stranger’s Gift in Unexpected Places by Tom Hallman, Jr. Colin Gunn is an animator, artist, award-winning documentarian, producer, and film director. His previous films include Shaky Town, winner of the Best Political Film at the San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival (SAICFF), and The Monstrous Regiment of Women, which also won the Best of Festival award there. He most recently co-directed/wrote and produced the documentaries IndoctriNation: Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity in America and Captivated: Finding Freedom in a Media Captive Culture, winning first and second place in the documentary section of the SAICFF. He most recently directed, wrote, produced, and directed Wait ‘til its Free


The Responsibility of Bearing God's Image: The Covid-19 Vaccines & Informed Consent

"Forasmuch then as we are the offspring of God, we ought not to think that the Godhead is like unto gold, or silver, or stone, graven by art and man's device." Acts 17:29 During this episode of Justice In His Kingdom, we interview John Allison who is a retired attorney who now mentors other attorneys in the practice of law. With the advent of the Covid-19 vaccines and mandates, John embarked on a detailed study of the science, trials, and impact of the vaccines., We discuss the findings in his 53 page document, which can be found at Dr. Robert Malone's substack. The music for this podcast is Holy is the Lord by Simon Khorolskiy, with his permission. You can listen to his music here https://simonkhorolskiy.com/


The Sovereignty of the Lord versus Men Without Chests: Vaccine "Mandates" in the Military

In this episode of Justice in His Kingdom, Jerri Lynn Ward and Roger Oliver interview Megan Mingonet, Cpt Charles Mingonet, US Navy, retired, and LTC Pete Chambers, US Army, retired. Megan is a student of God’s Law, an Airforce Officer’s wife, homeschooling mother of 9 children and a registered nurse. Her husband, Jonathan, is a Major, 16 years service, 1200 + combat flying hours, decorated combat veteran. CPT Mingonet is Megan’s father-in-law. Charles was a Navy fighter pilot. His last assignment was a base commander. LTC (Doc) Pete Chambers, is a recently retired Special Forces doctor, a flight surgeon, and a whistle blower. All three are actively involved in the fight to defend the right of members of the military to refuse the COVID vaccine on religious grounds. You can learn more about LTC Chambers at his website, https://fullspectrumamerican.com


Confronting Canadian Caesars

In this episode of Justice in His Kingdom, Roger Oliver and Jerri Lynn Ward interview Dawid Pawlowski, Polish-Canadian, street preacher, Christian activist and brother of Artur Pawlowski. Artur came to the attention of Christians in the United States when he ordered police trying to shut down public worship out of the building. Before and since then, Artur and Dawid have suffered the persecutions of Canadian Caesars determined that there should be "no god before them." You can learn more about the ministries of these brothers in the movie "Street Advocate." The music for this podcast is Holy is the Lord by Simon Khorolskiy, with his permission. You can listen to his music here.


Coronavirus and the Leadership of the Christian Church: A Sacred Trust Broken

In this episode of Justice in His Kingdom, Roger Oliver and Jerri Lynn Ward interview the three authors of this especially important book analyzing the response of the church during the Covid19 lockdowns. The authors are Ernest Springer, III, BS, Joel E. Yeager, MD, and Daniel O’Roark, D.O., FACC. Mr. Springer is the Founder & Trustee of Old Paths Publications, Inc.. Dr. Joel E. Yeager is a Diplomate of the American Board of Family Medicine and the proprietor of Heritage Family Health, PC in Newmanstown, Pennsylvania. Dr. Daniel O'Roark is a cardiologist at Callad CVA Heart Institute in Tennessee. These men found each other when the furor over Covid19 started and collaborated on the book that is the title of this podcast. The book lays “out for the Christian the response of Church leadership as they attempted, with both compassion and good intent, to command a response by God’s people to its actions and directives. Within the scope of the following chapters we will see how the Scripture, the Confessions, church history, medical science, and governmental influence all affect and demand a prioritized evaluation and Biblical response as to faith and life. In doing so this work will hopefully serve as a primer and guide for the future of the Christian Church as they seek to obey the Sovereign God rather than man.” The book can be found at Lulu.com in paperback and as an e-book. It can also be found at Amazon. Dr. Yeager has additional information and resources in this section of his website. Dr. O’Roark has a 15 month compilation of essays, medical resources and editorials presenting evidence against the mainstream Covid narrative here. Mr. Springer's Old Paths Publishing has a Facebook page here. The authors have also been interviewed on the podcast Iron Sharpens Iron in a 3 part series: Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3. The music for this podcast is Holy is the Lord by Simon Khorolskiy, with his permission. You can listen to his music here.


Advancing God's Justice through Politics.

In this podcast, we will discuss advancing Justice in the Kingdom in the realm of politics with Dr. Richard Knodel. Dr. Knodel is the the author of the book Lifestyle: A Biblical/Philosophical Study of Christianity and the Culture it Produces. In that book, Dr. Knodel shows how God Himself established culture in the Creation. Dr. Knodel's book can be found here. In this interview, we will be exploring this in the context of the participation of Christians in politics in light of present circumstances. The music for this podcast is Holy is the Lord by Simon Khorolskiy who has graciously given us permission to use it. His work can be found and supported here. Holy is the Lord is based on Isaiah 6.


Defining Justice

Dr. James L. Sauer has been a prolific writer about defining justice in Biblical terms. He joins us on this podcast to discuss God's Justice and how it is distinguished from social justice as it is currently defined. His writings can be found at The Touchstone Magazine, Christianity and Literature , and The Christian Librarian. One of his older articles was recently re-published at Chalcedon entitled "The Myth of Social Justice."


Human Trafficking: Advancing Justice through Regeneration and Reconstruction

Roger Oliver and Jerri Lynn Ward interview Tim Yarbrough about his efforts against the scourge of sex trafficking. Learn Biblical strategies for advancing the Kingdom and bringing God's justice to victims. Tim lives in the county where he was born and raised and always lived with his wife Deborah. He has been a serial entrepreneur for over 4 decades and a dedicated mentor to others. At the local level, where Tim's real passion resides, he and other local Christians have developed processes for (1) the care of widows and seeking to recover that care back within the framework of the family; (2) the care of abused women and children from inside the religious world (mostly Protestant) including immediate care, housing, Biblically-based counseling, job training, work opportunities, etc. (3) helping rescue victims of sex trafficking by working on the ground and with legal teams, (4) the creation of an adoption program where the goal is that all abandoned babies throughout their North Alabama area will find permanent acceptance within a committed Christian family, and (5) supporting orphans in a variety of applications.


The Innocent Cry Out: Mike Ware and the Innocence Project of Texas Take Up the Cause

"To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them.: Isaiah 8:20 Mike Ware, Criminal Defense Attorney and Executive Director of The Innocence Project of Texas discusses the causes of false confessions and wrongful convictions in this episode of Justice in His Kingdom. The hosts, Roger Oliver and Jerri Lynn Ward put this in the context of God’s law and His requirements for justice. For more information about Mike Ware and The Innocence Project of Texas, go here and here.


Quarantine: The Justice of God-- the Tyranny of Men

Matt Trewhella joins Jerri Lynn Ward and Roger Oliver to discuss the justice of Biblical Law regarding quarantine versus the present tyranny imposed by men. Matt will give a call to action to pastors and the rest of us in dealing with this difficult. Matt Trewhella pastors Mercy Seat Christian Church in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In addition to being pastor of Mercy Seat Christian Church (founded in 1989) in the Milwaukee, WI area, Pastor Trewhella is also founder of the pro-life organization Missionaries to the Preborn, author of the book The Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates: A Proper Resistance to Tyranny and a Repudiation of Unlimited Obedience to Civil Government, and lectures frequently on righteous resistance and the lesser magistrate doctrine. Pastor Trewhella has been a passionate leader and laborer within the body of Christ since his conversion at age 17 in the inner city of Detroit. His integrity and innovative leadership within the pro-life movement [and now within the abolitionist movement] have inspired a generation to “love their neighbor as themselves”. Though much maligned in the liberal media for his effective pro-life work, Pastor Trewhella’s reputation as a man of principle and great courage shine brightly to a generation so desperately in need of godly leadership. He and his wife Clara live in the Milwaukee, WI area. They have eleven children.


The Tragedy of American Relations with Hispanic America

Jerri Lynn and Roger discuss the history, causes, and effects of the tragic relationship between the United States and Hispanic America in light of God’s law and expectations for justice as it applies to foreign relations. Reading List No God Next Door: Red Rule in Mexico and Our Responsibility by Father Michael Kenny Tree of Hate: Propaganda and Prejudices Affecting United States Relations with the Hispanic World by Philip Wayne Powell Mexico’s Miguel Caldera: The Taming of America’s First Frontier, 1548-1597 by Philip Wayne Powell Libido Dominandi: Sexual Liberation & Political Control by E. Michael Jones


How Common Law Advances Justice and Christian Liberty

Jerri Lynn and Roger interview Brent Allen Winters about Common Law and Brent’s book Excellence of Common Law: Compared and Contrasted with Civil Law in Light of History, Nature and Scripture.


Naboth's Vineyard

Jerri Lynn Ward and Roger Oliver interview John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute about the application of the story of Naboth’s Vineyard to today’s judicial system and our Government. The Rutherford Institute website can be found at Rutherford.org, along with the books mentioned on the episode among others. Reading List When Christ Calls Battlefield America: The War on the American People A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State A book review of A Government of Wolves can be found at the Chalcedon Foundation website.


The New Politics of Sex: The Sexual Revolution, Civil Liberties, and the Growth of Government Power with Stephen Baskerville

In this episode of the Justice in the Kingdom podcast, Dr. Stephen Baskerville, social scientist and retired professor at Patrick Henry College, discusses his book, The New Politics of Sex: The Sexual Revolution, Civil Liberties and the Growth of Government Power. Our focus in this podcast is the deterioration of civil liberties through the politicization of criminal justice. New crimes are invented and vaguely defined. Due process is ignored. Accusations by a favored group become proof of guilt for the targeted group, mostly entirely heterosexual men. What mistakes are conservatives making and what can we do to reverse the trend? What can Christians do?