Emigration: When Do Christians Need to Go?

Running Time: 56 minutes

MP3 $6.00
“It is no inglorious thing for Christ’s soldiers to quit their ground, provided they do not quit their colours: they may go out of the way of danger, though they must not go out of the way of duty.”
Matthew Henry

When do Christians need to stand their ground, and when do Christians need to move on? Is it ever ethical for Christians to flee danger? How do we obey the Great Commission in times of crisis?

As these questions move from unthinkable to mainstream, and as many run either to fear-based retreat or blind over-optimism, Geoffrey Botkin offers a strategic, hopeful, balanced, and biblically solid take on emigration. Exploring the biblical doctrines of nationhood, dominion, judgment, and relocation, and drawing lessons from history’s greatest emigration successes and disasters, this talk answers the key questions about when to stay faithful where you are, and when to take your faith to more strategic ground.

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About the Author

Geoffrey Botkin is a cultural analyst, political consultant, veteran filmmaker, husband, and father. He currently serves as a senior consultant to the Western Conservatory of the Arts & Sciences.

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