Why Socialism is Not Biblical: A Pastor’s View

Part Four of My Conversation With Pastor Shane Idleman

By James Robison Published on March 5, 2020

If you just give your children everything without teaching them accountability and responsibility, they’re going to be unstable and unproductive. The Bible calls us to work with commitment and perseverance.

Please watch as Pastor Shane Idleman and I continue our conversation on making a Kingdom impact in our culture. Today we discuss how the growing interest in socialism will spell disaster for our nation if not curtailed. While masking as a movement of compassion, socialism fails to account for the dangers of entitlement and dependence on the wrong source, which will keep people in bondage. Christians filled with love and truth must resist this freedom-destroying practice.

WATCH:

 
 

Part One: “How Can The Church Confront a Sinful Culture?”

Part Two: “How Can We Find Hope in Brokenness?”

Part Three: “Stop Giving Authority to Satan: You Are a Priest and King NOW!”

Part Four: “Why Socialism is Not Biblical: A Pastor’s View”

Part Five: “The Key to Reaching Millennials With Gospel Truth”

 

James Robison is The Stream’s founder and publisher. He is co-founder of LIFE Outreach International and co-host of LIFE Today. He’s the author of many books, including Indivisible (with Jay Richards) and Living Amazed.

Shane Idleman is the founder and lead pastor of Westside Christian Fellowship in Southern California and the creator of the WCF Radio Network. His program, Regaining Lost Ground, points us back to God and reminds us that although times change, truth does not. His books, blogs, and sermons can all be found at ShaneIdleman.com.

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