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Does the Bible Say Anything About Policing? Part I | Luke 3.14




Policing isn't a new problem—for the US or for the rest of the world. It's been a problem all throughout history, and the Bible has some lessons for us. Learn from (Pastors Keith Simon) and (Patrick Miller) as they begin our discussion on what the Bible says about policing. Stay tuned for Part II coming next week! Interested in more content like this? Scroll down for more resources and related episodes, including (George Floyd, Race, Protest and the Bible) and (Should Christians Go to War? No). Like this content? Make sure to leave us a rating and share it with others, so others can find it too. To learn more, visit our (website) and follow us on (Facebook), (Instagram), and (Twitter) @TheCrossingCOMO and @TenMinuteBibleTalks. Outline 0:30 - What's the Bible say about policing? 1:30 - Defund or defend the police? 2:40 - Mission of police officers 3:30 - When officers cross lines 5:25 - (Should Christians Go to War? No) 6:15 - What isn't being debated in this episode 8:40 - (Reading While Black) by Esau McCaulley 9:30 - Defining "policing" and how it was carried out in Ancient Rome 11:45 - John the Baptist's message to police officers: (Luke 3.14) 15:30 - Fines, fees, and wages 18:00 - (Romans 13): Policing and protests (Stay tuned!) 18:40 - Subscribe. Rate. Share. Social Facebook: ( Instagram: ( Twitter: ( Passages Luke 3.14: ( Romans 13: ( References Reading While Black by Esau McCaulley: ( Related George Floyd, Race, Protest and the Bible: ( Should Christians Go to War? No: (

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