Episode 51: A Classical Look at Micah 6:8 with Pastor George Grant

George talks about mercy ministry versus social justice, proclaiming biblical truth in a God-honoring manner, classical education as discipleship, and ways Christians can help the homeless.

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Episode 51: George Grant

Summary

What’s wrong with the modern social justice movement? In this episode, Robert is joined by Dr. George Grant, a pastor, prolific author, and founder of several classical, Christian schools, colleges, and educational organizations. Here, George talks about the distinction between mercy ministry and the social justice movement, the importance of proclaiming biblical truth in a God-honoring manner, the role of classical education as discipleship, and practical ways Christians can help the homeless. Later, Robert uses the classical tools of learning to analyze the risks of generative AI art and to examine the SEC’s legal action against Coinbase, the leading crypto exchange in the U.S.

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“You know, it’s interesting—if you just walk through the doors that the Lord opens, the future that He plans is far better than anything we could think or imagine.”

Dr. George Grant

Topics

  • Intro to Dr. George Grant [0:52]
  • How God led George into a life of ministry [2:25]
  • Mercy ministry vs. social justice; the problem with the modern social justice movement [4:44]
  • What’s the relationship between justice and mercy? [7:50]
  • How Christians can engage our culture [9:31]
  • How to proclaim biblical truth in a way that honors the Lord [12:58]
  • Why classical education is discipleship [17:08]
  • The ways that classical, Christian education is impacting our culture [21:20]
  • What Christians can do about homelessness [24:25]
  • How foster care can bring long-term benefits to society [29:39]
  • Founding New College Franklin [31:58]
  • Farewell to George [35:53]
  • “Current Events Discussion”: Generative AI art [36:20]
  • Ad: Practicum 2023: Register Today! [39:04]
  • “Classical Crypto”: SEC is suing Coinbase [40:14]
  • Outro [43:48]

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