Resisting Tyranny: Covid, the Church, and Christian Duty


There are only two possible forms of government:  Either people rule themselves and the government exists to protect that freedom; or government dominates people and they have no freedom.  Right now we’re moving from the former to the latter.  People are giving up their freedom in order for government to take care of them.  To pull that off, you have to be lied to, truth must be obscured, chaos must reign.  Then in the ignorance and confusion of it all, fear drives people to run to government for security.  Cantrell unmasks that in this important book and offers a biblical response, showing the role of the Church as ‘the pillar of truth’ in a world of lies (1 Tim. 3:15).  I’ve used this material extensively and can recommend it to you wholeheartedly. 

— John MacArthur, Pastor, Grace Community Church, Sun Valley, California; Chancellor, The Master’s University and Seminary


The Bible is no stranger to tyrants, and neither is church history or missions. Read this book to understand better what is happening in our world, and what our Christian witness should look like in the face of rising totalitarianism. 

–Voddie Baucham

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As we watch the dying of the West,
how should Christians respond?

Should the Church have any prophetic voice
against tyranny and for freedom?

How do we know when political agendas
have wrongly polarised us or not?

What is the place of godly patriotism
in the Great Commission,
without confusing the cross and the flag?

What does being ‘gospel-centred’ mean
when applying Christ’s lordship
to the moral and ethical issues of our day?

In seeking biblical answers to the above questions,
what can we learn from church history and modern examples?


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