35 Burst results for "Rob Mccoy"

Where Did Our Churches Go Wrong? Eric Metaxas Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:37 min | Last week

Where Did Our Churches Go Wrong? Eric Metaxas Weighs In

"Jump to the actual ideal case scenario. What should our churches have done? What should our priests and pastors have done in the last two years that they didn't do? Let's start with the corrective. Well, first of all, you say the last two years. The last two years is only, in a sense, the manifestation of the reality is that this was the test case, and we saw the church really show cowardice show fear of the state show a tremendous ignorance of who they're supposed to be. We are supposed to be the conscience of the state. We're not supposed to do whatever the state tells us to do and jump through hoops like trained poodles. We are to be fears. And so when they said shut down, we should have immediately said, excuse me, you know, you have no right and you will not dare to tell us to shut down. We know how essential it is, what we do, where do you think we are in China, perhaps? But the church really did exactly Sebastian, what the church did in Germany. They said, okay, okay, whatever we need to do, so you won't bother us. We don't want any trouble. So heroic pastors, a handful of them across the country, whether it's Jack hibbs or rob McCoy or there's a host of them, they stood up bravely, che on. Many of them in San Francisco, Greg Locke, so many of them did, but most of them did not.

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Eric Metaxas Describes the Idol of Evangelism

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | Last week

Eric Metaxas Describes the Idol of Evangelism

"What would the ideal action points be then for a pastor or a church? We never actually asked for this guy's answer to this guy's question. Said, okay, our church is biblically based, but we don't talk about current events. What does it look like? What does success look like? What pastors can we point to there doing this right? Obviously, rob McCoy, David engelhart, Jack kibs, pastor Jurgen angel and Luke Barnett, Steve smotherman. This is off the top of my head. This brings me to the title of one of the chapters in this book, led to the American church. The title is the chapter, is the idol of evangelism. There are people who are so focused on the idea of evangelism that they have been silenced on anything that might conceivably push someone away. And I say this because there's a great irony, Charlie. If you're worried about losing people by bringing up important issues, like if you're against the slave trade or you're against Nazis, you know, butchering Jews or you're against the unborn being ripped apart. You say, well, we don't want to talk about these unpleasant things. We're just going to preach the gospel. Ironically, the people who are doing that in those churches, the numbers are fading. People are saying, things are too crazy for me to waste a couple of hours on Sunday morning. Listening to nothing. I need answers. My children are being challenged in school with insane ideas. I'm being challenged everywhere I look. I have family members suffering. I want somebody who's bold and courageous. And those pastors who are being bold and courageous who are not afraid to talk about something that might be called political or any of these controversial issues, those churches are increasing in number and there are tons of nonbelievers just patriots, good people who are saying, that kind of church, that's what I've been looking for all my life.

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Rob McCoy: TPUSA Equips Pastors to Contend With Tyranny

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:47 min | Last month

Rob McCoy: TPUSA Equips Pastors to Contend With Tyranny

"When Charlie and I were just conceiving or thinking about getting a room full of pastors that theologically or I call it the island of misfit toys, and we got 5 point calvinists swinging from the chandelier charismatics and kind of in the middle. We believe the gifts are today, but we keep them in the closet. And we're varied on the eschatology and as Charlie so brilliantly said, if we don't get liberty right, we'll be arguing those differences from prison. And what it's done is it's united us and we've endeavored to keep the union of spirit in the bond of peace. So when we sat down and said, what can we offer these pastors in the country? We're going to equip you to contend with tyranny. And to be able to stand strong because where the spirit of the lord is, there is liberty. Liberty is not man's idea it's God's idea. So we've got biblical citizenship to understand historically footnoted with absolute accuracy. By the best scholars imaginable, an understanding of a history of this nation so that if you forget your Jesus always said, remember, the lord always said, remember, the longest running family meal in world history is the Passover, remember, you were one slaves are now free. This is critical to remember who you are. And that's what the lord wants. So we have biblical citizenship. We also do this idea where we have this education that has been obliterated in California and brilliant turning point academy where we can provide any family in America for $1500 a year on education with certified teachers and pods that are remarkable. Your church can host it, it will be revolutionary to change the landscape of the country. What's taught in the schools in one generation will be the laws in the next. And then a multitude of others where we have the passers conferences, we're putting together a website where you can download sermons kind of like you do on sermon central course.

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Rob McCoy: Christians Can Fight for Liberty

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:22 min | Last month

Rob McCoy: Christians Can Fight for Liberty

"Now, a couple of years ago, I met my now pastor rob McCoy, who you'll hear from in just a second. And pastor rob's amazing. And I was always kind of uncertain about talking about these sorts of issues you could say. And then I met pastor rob at an event at Liberty University. And rob challenged me said Charlie, if you're a Christian and you're fighting for liberty every single day, that's the same cause. He said, it's God's heart for his people to set the captives free. And so rob invited me to speak at his church. I'd never spoke at a church before, by the way. I was originally raised Presbyterian where let's just say a congregation would never go and give a speech. You just kind of attend and leave. And then I went to harvest Bible chapel. I think Landon is here somewhere in suburbs of Chicago had an amazing impact on my life and really led me closer to the lord. But I was always uncertain about speaking at a church and to be honest, I don't get very nervous speaking, but I was super nervous before speaking at rob's church. And it was amazing. I realized that the church community at godspeed was hungry for this message. That they wanted to be told that it's okay to care about current events that they should do something about their local school boards and that Christians have a moral and biblical commandment to actually contest in the public square. And

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"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:19 min | 2 months ago

"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"House. Let's say that slower. Sorry, 86 cents of every dollar in evangelism. In the United States. So even if you were looking at this purely from a gospel perspective and you want to fund bibles in Cameroon or fund orphanages and Sierra Leone, America falls, you're talking about the piggy bank for evangelists, exactly. And you know, if preaching the gospel is the most important thing, protecting the government that protects the preaching of that gospel is the second most important thing. So basically when someone says, I don't care about America, what they're saying is I don't care about freedom. Or just like you don't care about international ministry, right? I mean, exactly Jesus said I've come to set the captives free. There isn't a freer nation on the face of the earth because we recognize rights come from God not from man, and that must be protected pastors. It is up to pastors to do this and we're going to properly educate them. That it was pastors that founded the American republic. The black robe regimen, it's a piece of history that is not talked about nearly enough. Charlie, I know we're living in a town, but I just want to say thank you. You've made this possible by awakening passers across the country. It's going to be big rob. It is. And I can't thank you enough to start. We're going to do it all across the country. And then rob, you were riffing on lots of nature nature's God, natural law, floor is yours. Okay, so in the Declaration of Independence, four times God is listed. When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary. And as it goes through this, we see Jefferson writing it down and then it goes through the 27 grievances and one of the grievances that was put in there. I think it was the third one that Jefferson himself penned was holding king George accountable for enslaving human beings and bringing them from their country of origin and abusing them and they didn't want it in the colonies unfortunately upon the colonies. It was North Carolina and Georgia that demanded that be removed, but he still placed endowed by our creator and it was a promise that was going to be kept and there was a sunset clause on slavery. So these founders, interestingly enough, people say, well, they were slaveholders. They were. But America's faults are universal, but her successes are unique. Dennis prager. And these were slaveholders that wanted to the abolish abolition of slavery. And when we look at the law and this is what I love, it's commemorated in a plaque in the stairwell of Harvard University and they invoke it every year, graduation, maybe not now, but they did. And it was from an early 1900 commencement speech, and it basically said the law is the wise restraints that make men free. You apply restraints towards evil in order to pursue excellence. So the law, the moral law gives civil law. When you apply restraints towards evil in order to pursue excellence, you have choices, liberty brings freedom, freedom is having choices. But if the law isn't submitted to the moral law, meaning accountable to God who gives us these rules to set us free, then the law is used as a weapon to enslave mail. So in the 6000 years of recorded history, everything's been an oligarchy. But here, 246 years under a constitutional republic where we are the sovereign accountable to God based on that First Amendment and protected by our founders so that the press would report the truth, the pulpits would proclaim it and the people would live it. In speech and not be worried, we're on rumble because YouTube censored me. And this is unprecedented in American history. And so I just have to say, the idea that we must protect the freedom of speech and the freedom of religion is critical and the church, listen, our founders gave pastors that mantle to proclaim the truth and to protect the government that protects the preaching of that truth. And if we do not stand, and if we're not vigilant, we're going to lose these freedoms. We can not be apathetic. 60 to 1 million 80 evangelical Christians, half of which aren't registered to vote and of the half of the registered vote only half of those vote 25% not all of them vote correctly. Right. And 12% of non presidential election. It's awful. It's a massive opportunity and also deficit that exists right now. Structural deficit in more ways than one, and we're going about. And everyone we can to try to fix that. He who knows the good to do and does not do it to him and his sin. Now, do you want a revolution? Do you want your children to be enslaved? Do you want them to have force vaccinations? Do you want their schools to be shuttered? You know the good that needs to be done. You got to contend in the public square for the sake of the next generations. Amen. Thank you so much for listening,.

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"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:58 min | 2 months ago

"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"It's a cool story, but those two are precious. Amazing. So all of that is TP USA dot com slash pastors. Now, some people will say, rob, come on, the church shouldn't have to rise up, the church shouldn't have to do any of this. Why? As Christians. Liberty's not man's idea as God's idea. And from the moral law comes civil law. And when our founders gave us the sovereignty by saying, we the people of the united states declaring that we're the sovereign and the constitutional republic, the very First Amendment of the bill of rights, the first 16 words most tortured. Congress shall make no law respecting establishment related to prohibiting the free exercise there of was a protection that no government would come between God and man and that Hugo black Everson versus board of education reversed it where it's freedom from religion and we've watched the moral decline of America, the church has to step back into the public square. That's what ecclesia means. It means assembly public square. We've talked about that Charlie. And you talk about it beautifully. Good government happens with good people. If we don't get engaged and look, if you believe in the separation church and state, the state is now invaded the church. So what are you going to do about it? That's right. So what about Romans 13 rob? Roman 13. I got that all the time when I was contending with the governor and the county. Romans 13 says it got a point's opposition to the authority and we're just to submit to that authority, but it also goes on to say that they're there for our good. And Jonathan mayhew a preacher that John Adams attributed the war of independence to coin the phrase disobedience to tyrants is obedience to God. When he looked at Romans 13, he said, when they cease to do good, they cease to be the authority. Romans 13 does not demand unlimited submission to tyrants, and when they, when the governor of the state of California says that the church is non-essential, violating the First Amendment and allowing abortion clinics in California, we don't just rip their clubs. Yeah. But in California, we don't just rip the baby part of the mother's womb flesh, it's parts of the sewer system. We harvest their organs before we do that. That's essential to the governor, but not the church. I'm sorry. He doesn't have the right to do that. Jonathan mayhew understood that. So did our founders. This is America. We have the freedom of religion. And I do not believe anywhere in the scriptures would it say that submission to evil is righteous. It doesn't. It says they're there for our good. And also, but Bill Federer had an interesting wrinkle on this. He did. I think that blows it all apart. Who's the sovereign in America? Who's actually in charge? Yeah. We the people. That's right. Not the mayor. Yeah. And not the governor. If you want to go further, it says that the authorities are ministers of justice to execute wrath on those who would do evil. They don't carry the sword in vain. If we're looking at sovereign, then the ministers of justice would be the Second Amendment, we have the right to defend ourselves. That's right. So it's all written in Roman 13, depending on who the players are when you look at that authority based on the preamble of the constitution. It's we the people. And so many pastors I think are starting to get it. So rob, you know what I love is that I know, for example, at the pastor's summit, we have a couple of lokis coming. Of people that are not, they're just kind of woke ish and they're curious. What's the message that you would give to them or give the message for people out there of, you know, people that are saying, you know, I don't want anything to do with this. You know, I believe in social justice and all that. You know, I don't want to, what's the message? First of all, I commend them for coming. Secondly, pastors are peace loving, but they're mistaken to think that piece is the absence of conflict. It's not pieces of presence of Christ in the midst of conflict. We're contending for ideology. So when they come, they're willing to be challenged and be open to seeing it this way. And they're watching the state infuse themselves in the church and they know more lockdowns are coming and they want to be equipped. So I commend them in any other pastor. Just come and be challenged. You don't have to take it all, but just come and see if it resonates with you. Go through the buffet line. Yeah, there might be something for you to be all of it for you, right? Yeah, I might get an extra helping. Exactly serving. Rob, what happens if the church doesn't rise up? We're going to lose a republic and 86 cents of every dollar on evangelism comes in the United States. You buy in the strong man. They plunder the.

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"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:31 min | 2 months ago

"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Idea. It's God's idea. Yes. And so it'll be three days August 10th, 11 12th, anyone wants to come. In coronado, California. My birthplace. Yeah, it's TPUSA dot com slash casters and it's for pastors only, right? So a lot of congregates want to come say sorry, this one's not for you, but if you are a pastor, you could apply to come and maybe there's someone listening right now that needs to hear that. Absolutely. And granted, it's still enough if it's not full already. It might not be full, but I might be able to make a couple. Yeah, and there will be attrition. There'll be some dropouts. So you need to come to this. And you know, Charlie, I've done pastors events around the country with different organizations. We barely advertise this and it filled up so quick because I know people are hungry for this. The pastors need this. It's jam packed. We have some amazing speakers I'll name them off. Pastor Al McCoy, Bill Federer. Yep. Bob mckeown, Chad Connelly, David Barton, who's special, doctor James Lindsay. Now let's talk about this for a second, doctor James Lindsay is not a Christian. No, he's an agnostic. And some people are not some people small, angry people are fired up. Why are you having agnostic speak at a pastor's conference? My take is one thing. I'll let you go first, so rob. I got a letter from folks that were reaching out because they'd heard a thing on CRN. And I said, look, do you hold the same kind of judgment on the pilot who flies your plane? On the surgeon that works on you to demand their faith because he's coming to speak about one issue critical race theory. He knows he's not going to venture into anywhere he doesn't, and he's respectful of our face. Remarkably, remarkably curious. And curious. And he's going to be surrounded by passwords are going to share with him. And he spoke in our church and he talked on critical race here. Nobody knows it better. And his comment, if I was an angry atheist, I would use critical race to destroy the church. He is a great asset to protect the church in America. So I don't know what they're talking about. Well, I think it's silly. By the way, we have worshiped we have praised. We'll have pastors Perry beginning and end. Very clear about what we believe. But also, again, just to kind of, if the best brain surgeon on the planet, let's say you need a brain surgery and an availability came up and you found out the brain surgeon was an atheist. Yeah. Would you not? Same thing. You get on an airplane in the pilot, you trust your life dude, you want them to, you know, is there a religious test for that? Do you want someone competent? And especially since there are no other experts in the field like James Lindsey period. No one even close. And password votey bakam attributes doctor James Lindsay that's worked to his book false. Yes. And those are all, they're all phenomenal, but his full-time scholarship is this work. It is postmodernism. He was just on the show. He was just rattling off stuff. He goodness. He gives me stretch marks on my brain. And he footnotes everything. Everything. And he's charming and all that. So he'll be speaking. Frank turek, great apologist. He's unbelievable. And gracious. I've never seen an apologist who's so kind of that guy. I don't know if that's a combo to Frank or indictment of apologist or both. Yeah, you know, yeah, yeah. So obviously doctor Larry aren't from the wonderful hillsdale college. Charlie for hillsdale dot com. Matt staver from liberty, liberty, first look pretty no, no, that's Kelly shackleford. It's a liberty council. Liberty council. Micah beckwith. Faster from Indiana. Fearless, faster than he's wonderful. We have passed through the engelhardt who's right there, turning point you say board member, sweet man and runs a church in Manhattan. New York City of all places. Amy Chen is going to be part of our educational panel with doctor Lisa Dunn, pastor Gary Hamrick. Who will be at calvary chapel, loudoun county. He's the one. Loud and county. I think corners cornerstone. That's right. Cornerstone cavalry chapel. Jack hips. Tabby Chappell Chino Hills. Yeah, he's the 5 star in California. Rebecca friedrichs, talking about education as well on a panel there. Pastor John, I'm a cool. Yep. Great man. It's a tough name to pronounce, but solid preacher. Pastor John Randall, from calvary chapel, San Juan capistrano. Ken graves from Bangor Maine. Congrats. He's a cross between leonidas and Shakespeare. That's right. We have coming out of our turning point with pastor summit, Luke Barnett, great man. A dream city church phenomenal man blessed by him. Lila rose is going to just come talk about abortion. One of the leading advocates on that pastoral Reese pastor Rick Brown pastor Steve smotherman from legacy church in Mexico one of my all time favorite people in the world. Bob Tyler. Tell us about bob Tyler. Bob Tyler is my attorney. He had your back legally. Everyone else ran for the hills, right? Yeah, when they ran for the hills, bob Tyler was there. I remember telling him, you know, bob, I know you can't counsel me to break the law, but I'm going to violate that restraining order because they named me in a thousand congregants or visitors if we opened our church during a lockdown. And he said, I'll defend you and he's never left my side. And he's been successful. We won. Rick green? Patriot academy? Patriot Kevin. And that's the biblical citizenship classes that we're seeing across the country is a direct result of Rick green in the contact we've got. And he's just killing it. I love it. Sean Foyt, Sean foy, that man started worship protests on the Golden Gate Bridge during lockdowns and he's traveled the country. He's been so charming. But he's been in Portland. This guy was in North Korea, Iraq. There's nowhere he won't go. There's no fear in this way. I love him. Victor marks, obviously. Fan favorite. And then Walter hoy and Laura hoy. Yeah, those two talk about the Holocaust and the black community. She's a statistician for the Golden State Warriors. The only black female in the NBA in that position. And the work she does to point out the destruction of the black community. He's a statistician for the Golden State Warriors. Why didn't know that? Yeah. And for her for speaking at our deal, two Walters been in prison for defending the unborn. Really? Yeah. How so? He was in Oakland protesting, they came after him..

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"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:18 min | 2 months ago

"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Don't end up in a brave, new world. Cut two 91, just a reminder. What actually brings you your news now? Cut two 91. Good Morning America is brought to you by Pfizer. CDS health watch sponsored by Pfizer. Anderson Cooper 360. Brought to you by Pfizer, ABC News nightline. Brought to you by Pfizer making a difference. Brought to you by Pfizer, CNN tonight. Brought to you by Pfizer, early start. Brought to you by Pfizer your news brought to you by Pfizer. Why they didn't report on the SSRI study? Makes you wonder if you know, it's almost interesting. Because $1 million industry. If you look at the opioids, right? And we saw Frank luntz's favorite drug the opioids, right? And this was pushed for years and years. So many people were caught up in this, the late great Rush Limbaugh. Caught up in this, right? And he was very open about that. This decimated Middle America and then finally, once the destruction had been done, and once the money had been made, then we were finally able to talk about it. My question is, are we now starting to see the beginning of a cycle that's similar to that with SSRIs? I don't know. Everyone make prudent decisions. I'm not telling you what to do with your life. I'm simply making commentary. There could be some very harsh consequences if you stopped using the stuff immediately. I'm not recommending them. I'm with us as my pastor, pastor rob McCoy. How you doing? Good, Charlie. It is awesome. So just kind of we're on rumble, they can see a little bit of this. Describe what this whole thing is. Just because someone that is kind of wow, you arrive and you see it. Yeah, young America awakening to conservative principles and they're excited about it. And they're bringing their friends and the places just to buzz with excitement and joy, all last night walking around talking to these kids. I'm telling you, the energy level is through the roof. It's awesome. And they love this country. And a lot of them are Christian curious. They're looking, they're not sure what they believe, right? You know, the laws of nature and nature's God rowing in the streams of liberty point to Christ because the laws of school teacher galatians three to point us to Christ until fate comes. We get them in these streams of the laws of nature nature's God conservative comes from this idea of conserving that which God intended. Then they come to faith and Charlie, you don't hold back your faith. This is a secular 5 O one two three, but you still allow them to understand that this is all a result of your love for God, amen. So we have a great programming coming up. Let's talk a little about TPUSA faith. Yeah. We have an awesome pastor summit coming up. Unbelievable. And I think we still have a little bit of space. It's basically packed, but for people listening, you might be a pass through a Noah pastor. Rob, what are we going to go about trying to accomplish those couple of days? So you just had doctor James Lindsay on. And he's fabulous. He is. So doctor James Lindsay is the foremost guy on critical race theory theory. Most churches aren't prepared to deal with. He'll be speaking at this passer summit to equip the pastors because there's going to be more lockdowns. They're coming after our religious liberty and it's equipping pastors for this next season because religious liberties in jeopardy. And these pastors be equipped with attorneys with doctors with, you know, doctor James Lindsay. And in addition, there'll be great Bible teaching and it's inspiring to let him understand that liberty's not man's.

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"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:50 min | 2 months ago

"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Is that correct? Now, Jack, if I get, how many people do you think are on antidepressants right now in America? I know the number. I would say, oh gosh. So we've got what, 315 million Americans. Say three 30, plus plus three 30, maybe not three 40 thanks to Joe Biden, right? If you do any kind of account trespassers. 10%. So 50 million, more than almost 14%. 40%. So it varies. And by the way, I think that's underreported. Just for a lot of reasons, I have my own theories. And this is completely across the country. All ages, all demographics. So 5 zero 50 million Americans are taking pills. That might not help them. Now, look, some people listening right now freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. We did a whole thing on SSRIs, and we did a whole thing on Xanax and a whole thing on this. And they said, Charlie, it helped me. That's great. Maybe it did, maybe it didn't. Maybe it was a placebo. Maybe you had therapy alongside of it. Maybe it did have some sort of added benefit, but that's not even the main aspect of what we're talking about here. We're talking about the diagnosis itself. Is that correct? Diagnosis itself is flawed. So we know and we've got the black box of the side effects of the SSRIs. And we understand that it does lead in many people to an increase in violent tendencies. We know this. About 5% in clinical trials. Yes. That's an extraordinary number. So at a 50 million that's 200 million people. The 5%. That's two and a half million people, right? Potentially. So if you're predisposed to violence, these things are hitting you, you may not know that, right? You don't wake up in the morning and say, oh, sir, am I, you know, no, we're not, you know, it's not 1984, we were being brain scanned every day. By big brother. Then we'll get there. Thanks to Elon Musk, I'm sure. And I just want to make clear. We're not doctors. Fear and research on this stuff, we're just, you know, playing the journalist role and giving our own little commentary here. But I do want to say there's a phenomenal amount of truth in everything we're saying. Like this is not just some sort of. Like I said, I did talk to doctor molin about this this week. Yeah. So what exactly is it? So he said this is exactly right. And the percentages that have always, his point was, these issues have always been in the data. And this has been something that he and others have been banging the drum on when it comes to big pharma for years. But of course, the problem is the money machine gets behind it because they realize that all of this and of course in the United States, one of the only countries in the world where we're allowed to advertise for big pharma this is advertising should be illegal to walk into the doctor's office and they say, I saw that commercial that they were describing me. They were speaking to me, right? I want to be the person that's frolicking in the field with the kites and the balloons, you know, and the dogs at the feet and everything. With all the warnings on the bottle in the morning that you don't read and may increase violent tendencies. And he said, look, here's the problem with that, is they're pushing this on everyone, so it creates this feedback loop where people are going to the doctor and they say, I want this, I want this, I want this, you do get a placebo effect and a lot of people because when they get it, maybe they start to feel better. Maybe they think that's what they need. You have the side effect problem as well, but the other thing that on pointed out was we have another way to deal with depression. In not just this country, but in this world, and that's called the sun. It's called the golden rays of earth's sun, increasing your vitamin D Hulk Hogan used to say it Charlie, vitamin ABC and D that's all you need. He used to come out every day, right? We're in Tampa. He's over a lot. I think Clearwater, right? Hope you surf shop. He said every day. Wait a minute, ABC and D we've gotten so far away from this idea that we just need vitamins that I think that people actually believe that they need pharmaceutical cocktails. If you're on SSRIs right now it's a judgment free zone, but I also want to say talk to a doctor. If you just stop taking them immediately, you could have some serious health effects worse than what I'm articulating right now. There's some major wean off issues as well. You could be on benzos, whatever it is. This is one of the most powerful drugs. I'm not judging anything that we've ever done. I'm simply commenting on a super interesting story that I believe plays into a narrative that I think is true of the overprescribing over medicating of America. And so judgment free zone, you know, everyone's different. Everyone seeks their own advice and all that. But there might be people watching another car that might be thinking about taking these drugs that I think this segment might be really helpful for you. Exactly. Try, you know, this should be something that you come to when you've exhausted all the other options. So Tom Cruise warned us about going to a Brave New World, which is a Huxley and hat to correct. Here's a little head of his time with that. Huxley's kind of had a resurgence in recent years. I've actually said that Huxley so the book is a Brave New World. Of course, reference to the Shakespeare. 1925, I believe it's in the book came out. Huxley? Yeah. Gotta be later than that. Guarantee. I think it was 1920s. I bet it's 47. 32. 32. Okay, 30 two. We were both wrong in the middle. But we met in the middle. You were closer. We'll do it. We'll do it. No, no, I remember it was before 1984. I do remember that. And I knew that something else in the 20s that I was thinking of. But point being, though, is Huxley got so much right. And you have to put them together. You have to put Huxley together with Orwell. That's because actually so many people miss this, what's it about? It's about people who live in the cities that are living on pharmaceutical cocktails that are having these transient sexual relationships all the time and the savages who live in the center of America that don't go along with this that live in the old ways. There's so much more to that. I mean, post industrialization, it's after Ford. So they believe the advent of assembly line is the amount of time. For doing this was actually the currency of how good of a person you were. Exactly. Remember the quote in brand new world, everybody belongs to everybody mass sexual destruction sexual harassment. I want to have someone that's exactly right. I want to replay the Tom Cruise clip. Again, you don't have to like Tom Cruise. You don't have to agree with them. You don't have to like everything that he's espoused. But cut two 89, I have not heard anyone have the courage to say this on television, Matt Lauer, and he had the courage to speak out against the pharmaceutical industrial complex. And guess what? This recent study did what Jack, did it prove him right? 100% right. Two 89. Who benefited from one of those drugs? All it does is mask the problem. And if you understand the history of it, it masks the problem. That's what it does. That's all it does. You're not getting to the reason why there is no such thing as a chemical imbalance. That's not what I'm saying. That's an alteration of what I'm saying. I'm saying that drugs aren't the answer. That these drugs are very dangerous. Their mind altering antipsychotic drugs. And there are ways of doing it without that so that we don't end up in a Brave New World..

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"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:19 min | 2 months ago

"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Hey everybody, today the Charlie Kirk show. Pastor rob McCoy joins us, my pastor America's pastor to talk about our upcoming turning point USA faith pastors summit TPUSA faith we're live from the student action summit in Tampa, Florida and also we kick off this conversation. This episode I should say. Jack posobiec email me your thoughts is always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. You're probably so used to me promoting sass at the beginning of these episodes. So I'm not going to do that anymore because it's happening right now and you missed out on it. Too bad for you. Email us your thoughts freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Thank you guys for supporting us. Charlie Kirk dot com slash support live from Tampa buckle up. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job, building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com. We're here with Jack the sobic from turning point USA's human events daily. How awesome is this event check? Charlie, you know, I was talking to Tanya about when was the last time we missed a sass, right? So we have a pretty good streak of sasses and I want to say it all the way back to 2017, probably at this point. So half a decade, believe it or not, right? You look at some of these numbers. It doesn't make sense. You're like, wait, that couldn't have been that long ago, right? I'm meeting people. I actually just met somebody who came up. She goes, oh, I met you at a, you know, at a rally in 16. And I said, no, that couldn't have been because your daughter was, oh, wow. Wow. Right? And you realize, now she's going to college, right? And so the thing though is about this one is this is bigger than any of the ones ever before, which is amazing. The biggest event ever. I have, I keep seeing the news, right? And they say, the maga movement is done, the Trump movement is done, turning point, you know, they're barely keeping the lights on around there. And you come into these things. We're keeping the lights on. You know, and you see the kids, and you see everybody out, and it's like, and think kills me too, is these people who, quote unquote, make their living reporting on the, you know, the right wing and the right wing reactionaries and everything they're doing to radicalize our youth. How many of them are actually here at the event talking to people just from a pure journalistic standpoint, right? There's some that are coming up. He's trying. He's like begging them to come in, right? And to say, just look, they just want to talk to me and say, take the blinders off, take the blinders off, take the, you know, or they play that game when they come in and they try to find like the one person with the weird patch or something. Exactly. They're going to find the one guy and then aha, there it is. That's a 3500 other students. But let's actually take a peek and just do an overview what this is, show the room, which is gorgeous, by the way. Thank you. We went through. We snuck in. It's better than last year's with the kids. It's not America first. It's not quite America fest, but for Florida, I'll take it, right? For a summer student event, the extraordinary. Right, the fact that this is a student event, you've got thousands and thousands of people here, right? And keep in mind, this is Florida in the middle of summer, right? These kids, they could be doing anything else right now. They could be at the beach, they could be hanging out, they could be going out with their friends, their cure because they actually care. And that's the opposite of what you hear because I'm looking around. I would say a good 95% of people in the building are under 25 at this point. Easily. And I keep hearing, oh, the youth are done, it's a waste, America's going, a certain way. It's not coming up. Come to a turning point of it. Just come with the blinders off. Yep. And objective look, right? You don't have to be someone who I'm a huge, I love Trump and all this. No, just come. Just see that there is another side to the story and clearly you've struck, you know, where the iron is hot, you hit this, this trend that's coming up because what it really is, and I was talking about this on one of the shows. I was doing this week. Yeah, they really do all blur. But I said, the problem with that I keep getting asked when I meet young people at these things in and when we chat is they've got more information than ever, right? They are, they got more access, their families are doing well. In some cases, not this year, of course. But the problem is there's no meaning. There's no meaning in our society offers no meanings that you can have unlimited choices, but no rubric to understand which choices will generate the best outcomes. And so when you have an organization like turning point that we come to a certain note, this is about family, it's about having meaningful work experiences. It's about community. It's about building things, and then when you can center your life, your actual life around these things, you will live a better life and obviously on top of all of that is belief in our creator in belief in God and understanding that we do all of this work to honor him..

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America Is Not Rome or Ancient Greece, So Where Does This End?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:40 min | 3 months ago

America Is Not Rome or Ancient Greece, So Where Does This End?

The Seed and Soil Argument With Historian Bill Federer

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 3 months ago

The Seed and Soil Argument With Historian Bill Federer

"1700s and all of a sudden Britain is in a little bit of trouble and they start to have to tax the colonies, expand more on the seed and soil argument that led us to the culmination of the 1770s. It's interesting so the British, the king of England, went on to become the most powerful king on Planet Earth. If he was a globalist, he was a one world government guy. And so in the middle 1700s, they controlled Bengal and Bengal India, Bengal, India, and they basically took over and said, okay, all this, you know, subsistence farming and stuff you've been doing working to switch it up. We know how to do this. And they change, they change their economy so much that there was a drought and it turned into a famine and 10 million people died in Bengal in the middle to late 1700s. And so the British East India Company has gone bankrupt and so they go to the king say, hey, we want to tax Britain and the people in Britain said no way. And so the king says, okay, well, you can tax the colonies. And it started to escalate and the king wanted to take away our ability to print our own money, take away our ability to appoint judges. So all the judges were appointed by the king and but he didn't realize that, by the way, king George the third went insane. He had porphyria, a blue blood disease. You know, you intermarry the preserve the royal bloodline. Uncle daddy. But anyway, so the king of England was a globalist and America's founders decided they didn't like this global as king telling us what to do. So they broke away and flipped it and made the people the king. So the word citizen is Greek, it means co king, co ruler, co sovereign. So kings have subjects who are subjected to their will, Republicans and democracies have citizens. And so if you're a citizen of America, you are a co ruler, you're a

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A Brief History of the English-American Experiment With Bill Federer

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 3 months ago

A Brief History of the English-American Experiment With Bill Federer

"Being the Americans, we kind of go into the private property direction, right? Yeah, so England tried a 15 year American experiment called the English Commonwealth. So the King Charles the first got defeated and 16 40 or so and got his head chopped off. In the glorious revolution. This is prior to that, but that is a key revolution in 1688. But this was like 1649 to 1660. It's called the English Commonwealth. It was an American experiment of a Commonwealth of covenant. They had no king. Oliver Cromwell refused to take the title of the king, he called himself lord protector. He did an okay job. He dies, his son, Richard, can't keep it together. And so William Penn's dad, sales he's an admiral. Sales over to Europe puts Charles the second on the throne brings him back and re Institutes the monarchy. And in exchange he gets in a state in Ireland and then he's a famous admiral and then of course his son found Pennsylvania. But so they had an American experiment for 15 years, but they brought the king back. America, because of a 3000 mile ocean, because Europe was the chessboard in America was sort of an afterthought. I mean, we lost money. It wasn't like Spanish gold anywhere. It was a loser. And because of that, the king said, look, just don't cost me any money and stay out of my hair. And so for almost a century and a half, the Americans got to practice self government, like training wheels. And that's the dilemma. We go into these countries, we get rid of Saddam Hussein. We give them a constitution identical to ours almost. And then one election cycle they vote in Sharia law. And we scratch our heads thinking gee, why didn't our farmer government work? It's like duh, they have an Islamic soil that you planted the seed in, where an America you had a predominantly judeo Christian soil. The Berlin Wall comes down. Help them set up governments almost identical to ours. It gets taken over the bly that black market, the mafia, the organized crime, we scratch our heads, thinking, why didn't it turn out like America? Well, you planted the seed in an atheistic soil. They had 70 years of atheism, right? And so it worked in America. You have seed and soil or form of governments like a genetically engineered seed, but you plant seeds in soil and the soil is a predominantly judeo Christian populace. Right. So that's why it worked in

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Why Was America Able to Self-Govern? Historian Bill Federer Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:04 min | 3 months ago

Why Was America Able to Self-Govern? Historian Bill Federer Explains

"But why America? Why was it all of a sudden we were able to bring the ideals of self government into practice because there was a struggle obviously against king George and our origins, if we stand the top history and I agree with you as respecting the individual, what caused that to manifest. Interesting goes back to the reformation that goes back to church, and the idea of a church government that's congregational in the model versus the hierarchal model. The hierarchical model in England the king was at the top and your relationship with God is through this structure of Archbishop of Canterbury and so forth. But in the Protestant puritan model, there's a group that's an ecclesia, a body, and the pastor's job is to get everybody to have their relationship with the lord and then coach them to become mature Christians and find their place in the body and plug in in this thing grows. And that was the situation in New England, not in Virginia, but in New

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Charlie Welcomes One of the Foremost History Experts, Bill Federer

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 3 months ago

Charlie Welcomes One of the Foremost History Experts, Bill Federer

"With Bill Federer and rob McCoy, Bill, welcome back to the program. Hey, Charlie, great to be with you. Bill is the history Wiz. Yes, he is. I mean, rob, I've never met anyone like Bill. Prolific is one way to describe you. How many books is about 25? All history books. Yeah, try to learn lessons from history. People say history repeats itself really human nature repeats itself, and you observe the patterns. It's sort of like the government is collecting all the information on you and all the listeners from their cell phones and emails and web searches and they're taking all that data and running an algorithm on it to get predictive. And so if you study enough history, you see the patterns, you can be predictive. And so I tell people that history is not prophetic, but it is predictive. So what does history tell you about the moment we're in or tell us? The default setting for human nature is gangs, tribes, power wants to concentrate into the hands of one person. And you go back through history and you have the most common form of government's kings, nimrod federal Caesar Kaiser sultans are and you can plot it out. At some point it's going to max out on a global level. And you know, if Genghis Khan killed 30 million people, if he hadn't had died, he didn't have to keep killing. You know, Mao Zedong kills 80 million. If he hadn't had died. And so that spirit is still there and then but Jesus says wheat and tears grow together until the harvest. So you always have, you know, I always try to spiritualize, but you always have the spiritual descendants of Cain always trying to kill the spiritual descendants of Abel. You know, and the only thing that changes over time is military advancements allow the king to kill more people and technological advancements along the track more people. The stakes get higher, but it's that same fallen nature and at the same time, the stories we love best in the Bible are when things look hopeless and God raises up little nobodies with faith and courage and

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The Troubling Case of One Parent's Journey in Defending His Child

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 3 months ago

The Troubling Case of One Parent's Journey in Defending His Child

"Hello everybody to the special episode of the Charlie Kirk show, with us right now is my pastor, rob McCoy. Rob, welcome back. Thanks, buddy. And then joining us remotely is Bryce ceti, the great Bryce, and Bryce, I don't know if you've ever been on our program. So welcome to our not yet. So here we go. Thank you. And Steve Schneider, who is a great American, and we're honored to have all of you guys and kind of talk about something important that is local in our focus, but national in nature. Absolutely. And so however you guys want to take it, rob, do you want to start? And then we can kind of, let me do my best to frame it. And then I know Jason Steve will be able to add all kinds of insight to it. In our community, the kineto unified school districts, there's two newspapers in the Canelo valley where I reside. And as this Bryce and Steve, these two newspapers, one is the guardian, the other, is the acorn. The guardian did a paper, did an article called third grade teacher promotes gender confusion in the classroom. And it was an article writing on behalf of Steve Schneider, who's on the program with us. Who was standing in defense of his third great daughter, who was told by the teacher to now these are the new pronouns of this fellow student in your class, and this is a book I want to read to you on transgender. And then expose the children to a video without parental permission. Steve took issue with at the kineto guardian on his behalf, wrote a very, very clear and concise article, everything and it was true. Good reporting, the acorn, which is a defender of what I would say that California teachers association and the district itself took great offense to it. Then the news channels came out CBS. They did a whole thing on it. And then there was graffiti at that elementary school and they blamed Steve Schneider for it. The police came to his house. He'll tell you more about that. He wasn't even there, so it was crazy.

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Pastor Che Ahn Stood Up Boldly When California Shut Down Churches

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:07 min | 4 months ago

Pastor Che Ahn Stood Up Boldly When California Shut Down Churches

"Hey there folks, I'm excited when I get to talk to somebody that is not just a friend, but somebody I think who has been a hero. My guest right now is past your che on of Southern California. He has written a book called turning our nation back to God through historic revival. I happen to know it's a good book because I read it and I wrote the forward to it. Past your che, welcome to the program. Thanks, Eric is an honor to be with you and love you and love your program. Well, I love you because I respect you. You stood up in California. I want to tell my audience about that before we get to the book. The book is turning our nation back to got through historical revival, but you stood up boldly when the governor in California was trying to shut down churches. And I know we've talked a little bit about this on the program before, but for people just tuning in, they don't know you. They don't know that there are many really heroic pastures in California that stuck the next south. They said, we're going to fight. Mike McClure is one of them. I was just at his church in San Jose, rob McCoy, Jack hibbs, but you are the one that I have known the longest. Tell us what happened to you because you do talk about it in the book. Well, originally, when president Trump said 30 days of mitigation, we didn't know what this coronavirus was about. So we locked down for 30 days. But then we begin to notice that other places work declared essential. And so things were opening up right after that at 30 day period. But not the church. So marijuana dispensaries were declared essential, abortion clinics were declared essential. Of course, Walmart and Costco and the grocery stores were declared essential. And later on, strip clubs were declared essential casinos were considered essential, but their church was locked down. You notice this. Most people notice that this was crazy. The point is, you are the pastor of a big church, and you said, this is wrong. And we're going to do something about

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Calif. Assemblyman Kevin Kiley Is Valiantly Fighting to Kill AB 2223

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | 5 months ago

Calif. Assemblyman Kevin Kiley Is Valiantly Fighting to Kill AB 2223

"Let's get to someone who is a fighter for what is good and beautiful in California because there's still a lot of great people in California and the fight is necessary to assemblyman Kevin kiley, who's also a candidate for California's third congressional district, Kevin. Welcome to the Charlie kirchhoff. Thanks, Charlie. It's great to be with you. So Kevin, let's get into the latest news. I was kind of tracking this through some of our amazing pastors yesterday, pastor Jurgen, pastor Jack hibbs, rob McCoy, James Cadiz. We're kind of all in a text together of people that were tracking the legislative movement behind AB two two two three, otherwise known as the infanticide Bill. Walk us through what this bill actually contains no hyperbole or exaggeration because some people are blowing it out of proportion, not on our side. The other side, what does it actually say and where does it stand in legislative process? Sure, well, where it stands is it passed its second committee yesterday, which is horrifying. It's one of the worst bills that's ever been introduced here, which is really saying a lot, considering the sort of bills that get introduced in past in California. And the idea is, you know, Gavin Newsom has proclaimed California and abortion sanctuary state. He wants this to be the state where people from other states can come to to have abortions and this bill two two two three purportedly creates a kind of liability shield for acts that would violate the laws of other state and some places of limits on what sorts of things can be investigated. And so all of that is bad enough in its own right, but there is this term in the Bill perinatal, which by, you know, there was a practicing o-b-gyn at the hearing yesterday who said that that can encompass up to about a month after birth. And so it creates sort of a liability shield for an infant death that is post birth and what's more, it actually would give individuals the ability to sue prosecutors who wanted to come in and bring charges of these cases. So it's truly a horrifying

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Jenna Ellis: Representing Pastor John MacArthur

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | 6 months ago

Jenna Ellis: Representing Pastor John MacArthur

"Sun in America. It's very similar. You've got a lot of passage that said, well, I don't want to take on the government or I don't want to be, I don't want to appear like I'm some right wing Trump supporter. So I'm just going to go with the program. And yet there are these handful of folks. You represented legally the great pastor John Macarthur. And one, the same thing with che on and rob McCoy and so many of these pastors that I have gotten to know that they said we are going to stand and I think, wow. And the incredible thing about pastor John and I have loved getting to know him personally, of course, he influenced my life from early. I grew up on his study Bible. My mom graduated from his master's college with her degree. I know that. Wow. So we're a John mcarthur family. So of course, you know, and I listened to grace to you all of that. And that's actually how I ended up representing him, was an elder from their church, saw my tweet and support of their statement. And I said, can you imagine, we've gotten to the point in America where John Macarthur is going to exercise civil disobedience. This is a big day, you guys. Actually, that's really funny. If people don't know the background is that you wouldn't expect him to do that. No, because if you know how much he loves and respects, civil society, how much he understands all of this. He's not a rebellious person. But he is more than anything. Steadfast in his commitment to doing what the lord has him to do. And what he commands in scripture, which is to open your church to be the ecclesia and the gathering of believers. And so when they put out that statement, you know, I tweeted support. They saw that and said, you know, we're looking for a lawyer and I got on the phone with him and I say this is amazing to speak with you and of course this is wrong and here's why and they flew me out to the church that

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Suspended DEA Agent Mark Ibrahim Faces up to 15 Years in Prison for Capitol Riot Involvement

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:15 min | 10 months ago

Suspended DEA Agent Mark Ibrahim Faces up to 15 Years in Prison for Capitol Riot Involvement

"Very exciting guest right now. His name is Mark Ibrahim. Drug enforcement administration DEA agent. He was suspended from the agency for being outside the capitol building during the January 6th riot where many senators and Congress people were killed as you may have heard. Oh, I'm sorry. Nobody was killed. Oh, Ashley babbitt was killed. Gosh. That's a new take. I got to talk to Mark Ibrahim about many things. He comes to us by way of Patrick coffin and our friend rob McCoy and we just want him to tell his story. It's important stuff. Mark Ibrahim welcome. Thank you. Thank you for having me. I can't see Mark. Mark welcome. I want to say that I'm grateful to you for wanting to tell the story because there has been such madness and confusion surrounding whatever it is that supposedly happened on January 6th. And the idea that we're not supposed to talk about it or we're supposed to have a certain opinions about it. It's very troubling to me as an American. And I'll be the last person to shut up on this kind of an issue. So facts matter, truth matters. And we just want to hear your story. I'm not sure what you can say. There's some kind of a lawsuit going on. What can you, what can you tell us? Let's start there. I mean, there's an active case against me. I'm facing 15 years in jail. Facing multiple charges. I never went in the building. I never heard anybody. I even offered assistance, the FBI S.W.A.T. team that was outside the capitol building. I knew one of the members on the team personally. He had my personal cell phone as did my brother. My brother is an FBI special agent. He was with me the whole time. He's still an active special agent. He wasn't fired or he's not facing any jail time whatsoever. He was with me pretty much the whole

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Charlie Describes His Journey of Fighting for Liberty Through Faith

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 11 months ago

Charlie Describes His Journey of Fighting for Liberty Through Faith

"Look, we're all in the fight for liberty and liberty is not man's idea. It's God's idea. And we as Christians, we are, we are called to do more. And I gave my life to Christ, and I was in 5th grade. Sony 5th graders out there. I encourage you to give your life to Christ. All right, there you go. Good year. That was the year 2005 when I was in 5th grade, by the way. And it was a good year. Are you serious? Yeah, that's right. Oh man. And I say it was the most important in my life when you enter into God's eternal family. And you answer into the kingdom of God. As you get older, that means more and more to you. And you realize, really, what grace is and what your relationship with Jesus Christ is. And I was raised in a Bible believing church in the suburbs of Chicago. And I was always taught that we as Christians in the church should never comment on what's happening in the news. Never comments on what's happening outside of the walls of the church. We just do the gospel. You know, we try to increase our budget, build bigger buildings and do more baptisms. That's it. And don't question it. And I bought into it. And as I started turning point USA, I always felt that had to be outside of the church, never talk about the church. And then I met my now pastor rob McCoy, who's an amazing American a great man. And calvary chapel Thousand Oaks, California. So Charlie, you're looking at this wrong. He said, you're trying to set the captives free. You're trying to fight for liberty and try to make people live virtuous and moralize. You're trying to fight for a constitutional republic that is a gift from God and try to motivate God's church to do more in that regard. And he made a very compelling argument on how the American church founded this country. How the American church was the leading force for defeating communism internationally and also some of the Marxist forces here domestically in the 1950s and 60s. And so he was kind enough to have me speak at his church, and then I went and spoke at Jack hibb's church, another great American and dear friend of mine. And I thought to myself, wow, what if the church really stood up and proclaimed with courage the way that Jesus told us to in a time where everything seems to be falling apart, the church can be the leader at

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"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So if you listen to this conversation and you say. Hey charlie on what is turning point faith. We have field reps across the country to help churches and pastors. We're not asking for anything. We want to have more jackets. We want to have more rob. Mccoy's we want to have more pastor jurgens. We want to have more greg denims. We want to have more james. Says we want to have more pastor. Cody's where people are speaking out and proclaiming the truth. We want to help make that possible. So you guys can do that ep. Usa dot com slash faith. There are boatloads of resources for you for example. We're doing webinars. Yep where we are going to offer pastors the best ways to counsel them through mandatory. Vaccinations the best way to be able to write. Exemption letters the best way to fight local government so we want to help instruct where we can educate pastors. The best practices that you to have been able to develop and more than that we want churches to to commit to at least one or two a year at the very minimum but beyond that hopefully one a month where you are bringing a conversational. It's happening outside of the church doors in real events. What does the bible tell about that. Let's go around the horn. Rob you've done this at your church for awhile talk about i. I wanna get like super just empirical here. Has your church been blessed objectively empirically sense. You started to stand for you voice stand for righteousness but when it got tough. Yep the minute. I got political. They said you're churchill decline in attendance. You're giving will drop. There was just a brief moment. Where some folks. i don't do politics. They left but the exact opposite happened. Church exploded and we grew and then in addition. What's really cool is When we were faced with the lockdowns the church responded and they were fearless. And i would add this. Charlie when it happened in california jack and i were looking around going. Who else is with us. We found a handful but what was such a blessing. When charlie would travel the country. I started to realize kind of like the prophet. That there's a there's the thousand people are many that have unbowed their need a bail and they're out there and so we're turning. We need the full. We also want to connect them to write. We wanna gaster talking. Join us and sign up with us. We want to help in. That will be that which is seen and unseen. Part of this is just putting pastors in a room. That never knew each other going to do whatever happens from that point forward. We'll be magical jacket. Talk about your church. I mean when i go there i mean it's got to be one of the largest weekly gatherings in california. It's huge you're rivaling some of the biggest tax. It's the freeze in california for a for a period of time. We were the largest under roof gathering in america. Unbelievable shutdown but charlie. I think the most important thing that needs to be said to a pass through why they should be engaged in turning point. Faith is for this reason. I want them to be thinking that there are people within their church. Who are just looking for. The thumbs up from their pastor the permission to get involved in the school board to craft the sex education to be on in their in their little school. There's congregants who just want their pastor to say if god god may be calling you to run for mayor. They're sitting there in those congregations. Pastors need to understand that that congregate. And we're not asking the pastor to run for mayor the congregate may want to run for city council. We have seen that charlie we. We haven't changed anything for thirty years. We know who our mayors are. We know who are police officers. Are we know the point. Is this that if we adopt our culture in every way shape and form in the vicinity as it were our zip code and do jesus share jesus the love of god tangibly not just preaching but equipping them to go out and do it on monday morning. That has transformed our communities so much so that we become the target of anti faith organizations. That's an honor. Will jesus said and think about jesus was the most loving and the most hated a threat. If we're going to follow him we're going to be the most loving and the most hated i love. It considered joy. Bob america i would say to to pastures and those that are involved in politics. The united states is a standard for righteousness in the world. Every time somebody wants to do something screw ball In some parliament in africa australia. Or whatever they say well in america. They're doing it when they see them put. The chinese black lives matter flag over the embassy in america. People have no idea that that people look to america's as the standard when a church is being overrun in in nigeria. They looked to americans and to protect them. And as i said if you take all the money that goes for globally bangles the entire planet eighty five cents out of every dollar king from this. Four percent of the population of the world called americans. Weaker the lighthouse for the gospel. Now you satan takes note of that of course and so therefore we're involved in this in this spiritual battle now. what would be effective is. We could take the bible believers got that had god's wisdom and asked them to please sit over here and allow satan to come in and steal this great place. And how do we do it. Half of all those people that are that are self identified. Evangelicals half of them are not registered to vote of those that arch devote half of them. Do not vote. So therefore i believe that. We're that if a person is in a position of church leadership pastor anyone else is gonna stand before god and say. What did you do in a time of crisis. I buried my talent in christ told that story. That wasn't anybody else. He was a little fired up about what happened to the person that buried is down. If you stand before god and say that you were in a position of responsibility that time of crisis in our nation there'll be there'll be a penalty for the final. The final observation is that it doesn't take much The person who said that girls boy should be allowed to shower at a girl's bathroom in the fort worth school. District got eleven hundred votes. There is a church. Just a few blocks away has thirty five thousand members one church in this hundreds of thousand district. So how did this happen to america. Because we had our eyes on our selves and not on america and i believe we will be held account. This is essential any closing thoughts guy super-quick seriously. 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"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"I think the supplies where the left always knew if they were able to indict our founding than the country can unravel this. Why ruin so interested in ancestry ancestry dot com right there so we wanna know who came before us. It's there's a yearning in your soul. The bible speaks to this too. I mean luke and matthew. If i'm not mistaken. Both open up the genealogy correct leader joseph for mary or through joseph and the genealogy of such and the bible's very clear about passing customs down from one generation to the other. There's a yearning in your soul for that so then you have the sixteen year old citizen. Who's looking around and looking at hope. They don't even have the flag anymore in the classrooms writing that down. Let's pretend there's a flag around. They say. I wonder what that means to me. And the left has always known if they can make that flag. Be something other than something virtuous or admirable. They've won the entire debate in one thousand. Nine hundred as reagan was was very clear about bringing back. This idea of kind of the magnanimous conservative. But the unapologetically patriotic conservative. I hate to. I hate to be critical of reagan. Because he was so phenomenal but there were some things that were questionable with immigration and many other things but just broadly in the eighties bob and early nineties. Do you think that we didn't take the government education problems serious enough hundred percent. Why is alzheimer's such a horrible disease. Because a person doesn't know who they are and so they don't remember their past if you can't remember your past that you don't know who you are therefore you don't know where you're going and if if your wife is dying of cancer you can speak to her and make pledges and hold her hand and she goes into eternity. It's as sad as can be but when a person is there and they don't know you are and they don't know who they are. It's a tragic tragic. Now what has been a deliberate attempt to take this four percent of the population of the world. The as long as there is an american on the planet. They know that. That's the place that i can go to escape if a ship is attacked on the high seas as there's an american they'll come save me if somebody's cheating on a patent that american will protect us if somebody's printing artificial money in the money supply any place on the plant. American banking will shut it down. America is the standard for righteousness. Just take away. What america is then we can go. We can give it alzheimer's so how do we do that. We have to go back and take all the people as to what they did. And we distorted. Lie about it. We twist it true. Is it true. And so when you i would encourage everyone to read david. Barton's book on thomas jefferson and when it came out all of these people really attacked him as he wasn't an historian and all he did was take what jefferson said and what he did and they all began quoting each other from these books in the nineteen fifties and sixties original source document. What he did so in order to take down. America you must. I say that those people that did these things. We're not trustworthy. Then it was built on. I lie so they misrepresent. That's why i was on the seventeen. Seventy six commission because we got understand. America was founded on july four. Seventeen seventy six not in sixteen. Nineteen one hundred and fifty years before thomas jefferson. George washington was even born so they tried to to cloud the two so the america doesn't know what they were therefore they don't know who they are and that's why that's the war we're involved in right now. So what is the most important thing that we can do in the nineteen eighties nineties. We knew that the educational system was being stolen out from under us. But we didn't want to get involved. Why why was there. This unwillingness bob. I i'd have to. I'd have to think about that a bit. Go ahead rob prosperity. They didn't see the fear. It was the ego. The embedded growth obligation. Things are just going to keep getting better and we don't want to upset the applicant and the country. wh- was always in. America was never the premier nation on earth until nineteen forty seven. And then after. After after that i it was in a telegram that was sent from the prime minister of britain was sent to to harry truman. On april seventh nineteen forty seven and said unless the united states intervened in the cyprus crisis that the crown had neither passing or the will to be involved in that the torch was passed to the united states of america became the premier nation on earth. Never in the history of man as one nation become the premier nation on earth. What it didn't seek it. The indian the the romans knew what they had to do. The french new at the british. Do what they had to do. The greeks knew everybody saw the single exception to that is the united states of america that was was given world leadership not because it sought it because people trusted and we didn't like it. We didn't like to pay for it. We wish it would go away. We've handed more more responsibly than than anyplace else. Now in the process of that we. Then we're we're in a competition for seventy years at the end. We could get into how it happened but nevertheless after world war two. We gave away for that. Eight year period if way all of central eastern europe to the soviet union. And so then. We had this competition going on ronald reagan. It's an and then by that time. And when i came in and said well we have to contain communism state where we are reagan commended. We don't have to contain communist. We can transcend communist loved and went after it and collapse. Now these people are in their twenties have lived in a period unlike any time in the history of the world the one nation a completely unchallenged economically military and politically on the planet. And so they thought this is how it is and so they think i can just go ahead. We'll take socialism from from venezuela and. We'll take this from there and they don't understand that none of those people would do. Anything ship is lost. If a plane is lost over the alps this afternoon or flying over africa tonight. They're using a global positioning system. Conceived and bennett maintained by americans. I if the list goes on and on so that how did we get in this mess. We took it for granted that freedom was in our dna that america would always be safe. We could make any compromise that we could make and we'll just let it go and we won't get blessed me my wife john wife us four. No more amen. We're just going to focus on ourselves and the process is about to come back and snap it. That's why this awakening this. That we're enjoying at the moment is essential..

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"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"We're going to take you to a new place for better jobs. That'd be better schools to be better and then if you have the we'll go back and get the rest but the children are going to be afraid in their wife is going to take the key from you and so you have to be solid and tomorrow morning at ten o'clock at the train station walked them on. That's what evil has used is. Fear americans were known to not be fearful. They're the ones that marched in the battle. The when everybody else has fallen away. What the american gi immersed into normandy et cetera this idea of us succumbing to fear. We'll take our liberty and we've seen it what happened in the time has come for leaders to stop it so now i really wanna kinda get to just america in general non political discussion. Just what we're seeing around us and what can be done about this regime and what we're living under I want to pick up. What you said though All this all almost all this change in the nineteen sixties. There's a phenomenal book. I quoted all the time age of entitlement by christopher caldwell. I just i told you about it last week. Actually we were having dinner together. Where he he really pinpoints. Nine hundred and sixty three sixty four sixty five as when america refounded itself and not for the better by the way refounded itself based on prioritizing pleasure as prioritizing rebellion prioritizing dissension prioritizing authoritarianism and. I think that's an important moment. Because we're really living in a post nineteen sixties america where that spirit of fear whereas rejected in the fifth in one thousand nine hundred nineteen forties nineteen fifties and the sixties had a totally different attitude. And i think that's important kind of being able to tell ourselves how we navigate that also rob in the one thousand nine hundred nineteen sixties early seventies. We saw different form of christianity. Come in america. Talk about that so So chuck smith came on the scene especially for catholic chapel sixty eight and the idea of evangelism and they. They brought in syncopated rhythms. Which probably disappointed you in lives but Autho music and what they didn't california. Interestingly enough is chuck taught the bible verse by verse chapter chapter book by book but he stayed away from politics because in sixty eight when he started it Martin luther king reverend dr martin luther king junior have been shot. Bobby kennedy had been shot. Sixty three jake kidman shot. Then you had the meantime askar the offensive. And all these young people who had been seeking hope and change had checked out of the church and explored eastern religions and drug use and they they came back disillusioned because all their political heroes were dead and chuck avoided politics but he taught he taught the the way to salvation and grew ten thousand percent in fifty. Two years trae There's more coverage apples southbound doughnuts. There's a lot of dunkin's yeah there's a lot of dunkin donuts and and so so. The lion share those churches are in california. Ten thousand percent growth harvest crusades greg. Laurie but but in sixty eight we had the fifth largest gdp and it was a state of the future a trait but he avoids politics because the kids are burned out on it. I am grateful to chuck for my verse by verse. You know systematic study of the scriptures. I do not resent that. I i am who i am because he did what he did. But we miss something. Because we didn't engage in the public square the matthew sixteen we avoided that and now california no longer has a fifth largest gdp. We have the six maybe seven. We have a highest gas sales tax income tax highest debt highest unemployment highest poverty highest homelessness. And we've aborted more children than any other state in the union authors. No fault divorce. The transgender bathroom bills. And that's because the church didn't engage in the public square but the some be specific though for those that are watching right now. There was no instruction to now that you're christian. Let the light of. Jesus shine out of you everywhere. Not just at boeing or raytheon or at the county run for school board. Right run for city council and that's where we're seeing a change in california now but is it proverbs twenty nine two. I believe that says that when the when the wicked or in authority the people grown but when the righteous rule people rejoice and to me the mandate to let your light so shine everywhere now. Politics is not my thing. But if i was an engineer or if i was a school bus driver i would be a christian first and then a school bus driver and so why can't you be mayor right but a christian i. It's not that you're gonna christian is your city or america. You're going to be the christian witness the kingdom of god's in heaven. We're not going to bring it down here and make it happen but until we do go to heaven. We need to shine that light everywhere but rob was going to say. Well i was just gonna add that that with that revolution that occurred that you speak of th there was there was a communist you know invasion into the nation in the sense that they occupied the folks that were in the sixties seventies the war riots that ended up coming back to church but there some of them now they become the professors and teachers and even comes into the church. And and there's a -fluenced after we come back after the war america prospers and then we helicopter parent these kids so true and then we avoid participating in their school boards and leave it up to the government and we put more reliance on the government and we just pursue all of our bibles and trinkets and the next thing you know. We've lost the education of an entire generation and the church has been influenced as well so well said one of the most misunderstood but often quoted lines is rendered a seas of the things that are caesar's and to god the things that are god's as though there's a separation of church and state when jesus said that gimme a coin. Give me a coin. And he holds up that coin. And he asked the people whose inscriptions on this caesar's render to caesar the things that are caesar's to god the things that are god's every jew standing in that neighborhood knew exactly what jesus meant we don't get it in the west. What did you mean we missed it. It's this give to caesar. The coin is faces on. Give it to him but render to god. The things that are god's every jew would have said brilliant he just said everything including caesar in that coin rome itself caesar's palace caesar salad belongs to god. They all knew that we westernized that in somehow created a separation..

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This Is Why the Church Needs To Get Political

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 1 year ago

This Is Why the Church Needs To Get Political

"The one thousand nine hundred nineteen sixties early seventies. We saw different form of christianity. Come in america. Talk about that so So chuck smith came on the scene especially for catholic chapel sixty eight and the idea of evangelism and they. They brought in syncopated rhythms. Which probably disappointed you in lives but Autho music and what they didn't california. Interestingly enough is chuck taught the bible verse by verse chapter chapter book by book but he stayed away from politics because in sixty eight when he started it Martin luther king reverend dr martin luther king junior have been shot. Bobby kennedy had been shot. Sixty three jake kidman shot. Then you had the meantime askar the offensive. And all these young people who had been seeking hope and change had checked out of the church and explored eastern religions and drug use and they they came back disillusioned because all their political heroes were dead and chuck avoided politics but he taught he taught the the way to salvation and grew ten thousand percent in fifty. Two years trae There's more coverage apples southbound doughnuts. There's a lot of dunkin's yeah there's a lot of dunkin donuts and and so so. The lion share those churches are in california. Ten thousand percent growth harvest crusades greg. Laurie but but in sixty eight we had the fifth largest gdp and it was a state of the future a trait but he avoids politics because the kids are burned out on it. I am grateful to chuck for my verse by verse. You know systematic study of the scriptures. I do not resent that. I i am who i am because he did what he did. But we miss something. Because we didn't engage in the public square the matthew sixteen we avoided that and now california no longer has a fifth largest gdp. We have the six maybe seven. We have a highest gas sales tax income tax highest debt highest unemployment highest poverty highest homelessness. And we've aborted more children than any other state in the union authors. No fault divorce. The transgender bathroom bills. And that's because the church didn't engage in the public

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Our Fear of Death Should Be Driving Us to the Church

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Our Fear of Death Should Be Driving Us to the Church

"Do we balance not not having on because air subtle talked about having having the moderation of all things right so you don't want all of a sudden kind of drive on one hours of sleep and not wear your seat. You wanna be reckless right. And how do you balance that. Yes first of all this is good warning. How many people in twenty twenty and twenty twenty one of died of artifacts bronchial infections diabetes. We don't know. I've got doctors who've told me we don't know because everything has been labeled and wrapped around cova for example that fear factor has skewed everything we've had scientists tell us we won't know the data regarding the future. It messes up everything but having said that what are we afraid of. I'm afraid of getting it. Are you afraid of getting diabetes. Do you watch what you eat. Are you afraid no no afraid of those things it has been so talked up and i'm not look it's a. It's a very very serious illness. I get it but it's not the only illness that's out there. The point that i think has happened across the nation and around the world is people all of a sudden became very very fearful of dying and my argument is this. You're gonna die sooner or later. Do you know jesus christ. This fear should be driving you to church not away from church jack. A love of the world or for the world yeah. That's what i'm saying. Is that like for example. Bob in the nineteen sixties. We had a pandemic and we handled it totally differently. Do you think people are more attached to the world. Then word yes. That's one of the reasons we reacted the way we did. Yes absolutely and it's it's sad and it's sadder when it's manifested in the pulpit and then the ministry where that's where the leadership should come from wishes steer them through the waters of crisis

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What Is the Magna Carta?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 1 year ago

What Is the Magna Carta?

"A lot of people. And i'm sad to say there's pastors that don't even know what the magna carta is or the mayflower about that. What is the magna carta jack. It's probably the the foundational birth certificate of what we know in our liberty and freedom today from the magna card in that declaration of individual rights and freedoms that have been given to us by god our original founding fathers bradford and those on the mayflower their next authorship was the mayflower compact. And it tells you right there that there's these structures these rules guardrails call them that are given to us by god and from those writings. We talked earlier before about john. Locke fifteen hundred says that. John locke wrote from scripture regarding the government of ma'am yes and we should live. I mean it's overwhelmingly obvious that were created by god he has based he says his image innis. We think freedom we know at tyrannies. Look what's happening right now in afghanistan were watching the big stick overrule the freedom in the love. That people have to be free. And it's so important. You mentioned the magnet carter and the mayflower compact mayflower compact was written actually at sea amongst people. That did not even know they were going to survive the trip and not all believers. That's what's so. It was one hundred and twenty families. I think i could be wrong with the number and there were some defectors to some people didn't even sign it. They just left them right now. they went. Who knows where they went. But if you read the mayflower compact. It's so tightly written but it's basically if we survive. Here's what we're going to agree to a transcendent order. Here's how we're going to govern ourselves and what's amazing it was an impromptu kind of add hawk creation in the middle of a storm of how does one govern themselves when you go to something. Barron that is locks question. Isn't it of who is a man in the state of nature and they were blown off course and they were supposed to go somewhere completely. Different would have been under the authority of the king. Had they not been blown off course right and then they ended up in a place where they had to come up with their own political

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"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"They're gonna see that too. And so he took the geneva bible and got the king james authorized version so he got rid of the comment. That was up before he killed dale after But it would have been would been right around. Say would have been after because he told tindale like sixteen years. Well he wasn't there that long but then those people then than they made a covenant that we have no king jesus. And that's where the then you have samuel rutherford Wrote a pamphlet called lex rex. Where the king was saying that. He's the head of the church and samuel. Rutherford said no. When the king enters the church he subject to christ like everyone else's christ is the head of the church and that was revolutionary. That was the scottish covenant. Tres and and that pamphlet lex. Rex was instrumental and it was guys like john. Knox and these folks have put together self-governance by looking at the scriptures and the idea of a constitutional republic. It didn't start in in in rome. Didn't start in. Greece's started in the wilderness with the jews three to five million slaves and the republic was when jetro said to moses appoint godly. Men are not covid us who love the law over thousand hundred fifty yup representative government and then the constitution this immovable structure that would guide them. This moral law was the deck log the ten commandments. And from that came the civil law and they they lived together for forty years without a police force or standing army because they were countable to god and countable do each other and so the founders sought to put something like this together as did the scottish covenant tres. It was it was. It was brilliant. And and you follow that back and do an honest assessment of history. You'll see that they're contending with colonialism. They're contending with all these issues. So bob the and. I hope you don't mind dive into the setting. It's fun the kids are taught founders. Love slavery they embraced it or they were quietly passively supportive of it at the very least because of the three fifths clause and the fugitive slave act. Why is there more to the story. There craft three-fifths because those that didn't want slavery and just say during that same time is when they're putting the constitution together and seventeen eighty seven and they're operating under under the the articles of confederation the the congress and the articles of confederation hadn't paid the soldiers and so they created this northwest territory. Illinois ohio wisconsin. But they said that we give these soldiers. We don't have any money for them so we'll give them land grants but in that northwest territory. There can be no slavery of our sex unanimously table. So everybody's thinking okay. This is gonna be a dilemma. And so how are we going to work our way through this because there are people said we cannot have this slavery and so the south said. Will we want some of those one to preserve slavery we want to be able to count our slaves people and he said well that's fine. That's wonderful good. We'll call them citizens and they'll be allowed to vote. Well no we're not sure about that. And so and so they didn't the south didn't give him any recognition at all and the north said. Well if we wanna give them one hundred percent recognition we want to be count as one hundred percent and they can vote and so the compromise was in the media was that they wouldn't be able to vote and they would be counted as three fifths for a while. Now here's here's the point. The question was not whether or not there would be slavery in the united states in the south. The question was whether there will be a united states of america. That was the question and so the effort that they had to make these compromise. Get over the hump to do something that nobody ever done. All of history and these marvelous marvelous compromises were made so that this great nation could then lead the world to freedom and also just to add the south did not want blacks or slaves to be able to vote. They wanted them for a head count right that they representation in relation that white men could vote with a a heavier representation buckets that they could dominate the country correct. They never actually want blacks to vote. Now correct they were afraid of that. They want to zero in the north. Wanted one hundred percent and that's where they compromised at three fifths as they've become towards so that the south cannot overwhelm the congress by always having in being able to just bring more people that south wanted the count. They didn't want the vote meaning they wanted the census to count them but they wanted them not to be disenfranchised because in the lower house they wanted a to retrofit in the house of representatives basically slavery permit they can make slavery permanent and so the three fifths was an effort to make ultimately so that they got one hundred percent which they ultimately did not not. Now keep in mind. The reason why there was a compromise. Is you in seventeen eighty seven. You're contending with the threat of great britain the The superpower on the face of the earth that had just defeated the second greatest superpower france an eminent war where they're not going to settle with this upstart nation and they've got to come together and so they have to figure out how do we. How do we unify in order to face greater threat. Otherwise there won't be a discussion. There won't be freedom and so it was a three this compromise and was marvelous. Charleena's what people say you know when in the constitution of people like me ronnie. Count three fist. Well where were you counted as one hundred percent or where did you vote. Why when the constitution was passed. Women couldn't vote. Where could women vote answers. No place ever so. This is the beginning as we begin to move out of the harvard to get to the place where we are now. Is that criticized. Because we didn't jump that far but they were the ones. The people are still think that way the still thinking the ways of race. They're the ones that never wanted to move down this path at all. They're the party slavery their the party's flavor. They're the party of the kkk. They're the party of jim crow. The are just as mayor of chicago. I won't talk to white. People are not take questions from white reporters. They're the ones that that are constantly trying to establish the race. God is so disinterested in all that god looks at the heart. That's what america always stood for was for the character and the opposition to america are people who want to talk to you about skin color and not about character and the fracturing really began and was something that we were actually on the path to abolishing slavery match really who had its own downward trajectory Vermont that in seventeen. Seventy seven naturally nine states as i mentioned by the ratification constitution for several anti slavery convention was in seventeen seventy five and philadelphia overseen by benjamin franklin. There's all this movement and bill rights were a timeless eternal document and then a man came up with mixture of a new type of cotton cotton. Gin and insidious ideology whitney well. His name is john. C calhoun who wouldn't what wouldn't you and jim. That's right but john c. Calhoun was where everything changed. He's got a bob. T do that insight. You have on john. C calhoun and how jackson just where he was the vice president for both jackson. And quincy adams not mistaken. Maybe those correct but but the main thing about all of that. I think that needs to be made..

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"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Hey everybody welcome in this episode of the charlie kirk show with us. Today are two incredible men. Back based on. Popular demand congressman. Bob mcewen barbecue and speed charlie. Great to be with you. Great to be back. And my pastor rob mccoy age going on in the world and i know there's some things you guys wanna touch on last time. We chatted was many months ago. And i have to say bob. You gave one of the best. Defenses of the founding of america. And this kind of rejection of the lie of systemic racism did wonderfully. We were chatting over lunch about this idea of corporate woke ism. Let's start there and wherever it leads us. Well let's go back to what you just mentioned about the founding of america the president of the united states donald trump's Solve where there was an effort to say things. That simply aren't true when a person comes up to you. It says something totally bizarre we tend to just dismiss it and so when these folks at new york times came along and said you know. America was founded under such circumstances and and they give a date. That's one hundred and fifty years before. George washington was even born are natural. Thought is just. That's absurd in you move on. But as they were successful in the sixteen nineteen project to begin to teach that america was formed they literally use the word the united states of course the united states existed at that time the teach the children the president donald trump created a thing called the seventeen seventy six commission. Why because america was born on july fourth. Seventeen seventy six. And i was fortunate enough to be appointed as a commissioner to the seventeenth seventy-six commission when president is sworn in is in the constitution at noon on january twentieth. And then they have the parade they have lunch and they have a parade and then they have the inaugural ball indigo the next day at nine o'clock and get their picture taken as the first day of being president of the united states. Joe biden could not wait until dinner at five thirty in the afternoon. Just five hours after being sworn in. He abolished the seventeen seventy six commission. The one of the most important things to be done was to go back to trying to convince people in america was born a hundred and fifty years before it was actually born. And it's a very sad but it gets back to. What's their motivation. Bob lot y sixteen nineteen and is there any church. This idea that we have colonial roots to the founding of america. I'm people had talked. Began to pray. As they begin to read the scriptures they began to after the creation of the geneva bible and they saw that god had made man is not because of his blood line. Or how much tribe did. He belong to how much land that he owned. But because god made them that had individual rights and that began to change the you see an explosion thereafter arts and culture and bach and beethoven mozart and shakespeare all these things. Then then they're beginning in seventeen seventy sixers. Also the the free enterprise system for no longer are tied to a river or to land job through the quality of your mind you create a new product and a good service and wealth begins to explode. They next us for all of that was the united states of america. Said we hold these truths and nailed them down that god gave individual those rights. Everything before that is virtually the same. An infant came to slavery where people just part of a group. And you could. You could control people that slavery was prior to seventeen seventy six universal ubiquitous. After seventeen seventy six it was. it was naphtha. And that group of men that signed that document are the ones that changed the world for all time and people still bristle at that. So what what. How should we treat colonial history. Then this is something that so i think well-meaning conservatives ask they say if the sixteen nineteen project is flawed. Then should we forget. Roger williams and george whitfield and jonathon edwards. Those were people that came to start the came for religious freedom Back under the old colonial system when when those people landed There were there were africans that that captured other africans and sold them into slavery in the sixteen nineteen project. It was a black african that sold to black african purchaser. That was the first transaction in sixteen nineteen and of course had nothing to do with america but roger williams and these other folks came to america for independence of the mayflower compact religious freedom. They they they came for religious freedom to become what got them to be and of course. Each one of the states was founded on on that that principle that to collectively join together for often over slavery that every time they tried to get rid of slavery prior to america being born. The king had the power to veto it and that was one of the real motivating factors to put a stop to it. In many of the founders started bible societies that they were committed to the scriptures though they were all born in a slave culture they were committed to removing slavery from the face of the earth and every state north of maryland abolish slavery by the time of the founding. Nine states by the ratification of the constitution. Seventeen eighty seven. I guess my question is that if we say that. America's founding was absolutely on july fourth. How do we deal with the decades that led up to it and that's a question that the sixteen thousand nine hundred people are able to get into schools because they say there was all of this complicated colonial history. That kids aren't being learned by being taught. M- is there any truth to that no matter of fact a good Guest to have on your program he built federer as you go through. Even how the with the mayflower compact and how they were blown off course where they landed outside the king's jurisdiction they had to establish their own self rule so this was the first political compact the may but that's what they wanna teach. Okay so the point. Is that if we started in seventeen. Seventy six then. Should we talk about colonial times..

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"rob mccoy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"rob mccoy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Conversation I had with my pastor, Pastor Rob McCoy and Pastor John Randall from Calvary Chapel San Juan Kappas. Tranel liked it for a moment. Kind of discuss. If we may, gentlemen, the subject of the pandemic, and I just want to talk a little bit about that. Of course we've had people. Maybe you have who people who have been hospitalized. We've had people who have lost loved ones who either died from covert or died with it on DSA, so many have been affected by this and I'm just curious What your perspective is Charlie on this pandemic, obviously how it's affected our country and And why this is so has become so polarizing. So political in the days that we've been living the last 89 months. I also want Rob Tonto. You no comment on this because he's been keeping his church open and has dealt with a lot of this. Look, it's It's a real virus with real life consequences. I've lost friends with it. And, you know, I don't think anyone should say it's not real or anything. However, let's talk about the facts of what we're dealing with who was actually at risk. And and what is the cost of any measure to try? To mitigate that risk, which is what a mature society the civilization should be doing. Where's soon is after two weeks to slow the spread, which were still doing, I guess, right, we're still in this two weeks to slow the spread nonsense. Where we should have asked ourselves the question. Okay. Now we know how it works and operates how much individual liberty and multi decades of economic progress are we willing to throw away? And what can we actually prove the lives? We're gonna save to the lockdowns and the mature society would have weighed those costs and benefits. And when I said very simply and clearly that if you're over the age of 65, you should take this unbelievably seriously. And maybe you should stay at home. You make your own decisions. That's the idea of liberty with responsibility. But especially if you're under the age of 25 schools should never have been closed anywhere. That is just it.

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"rob mccoy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"rob mccoy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Community. Built for America built Ford proud. About 15th time. Brian Combs is the man. All right? What's up with the flu? The regular flu, not much looking at cases around the tri state and we have not seen Much cases of influenza. Yet at this point last year, it was much more widespread in the community and health experts think that one good thing related to the restrictions put in place for covert 19 is that the flu is not spreading like it would typically spread masks, they say, are much more effective. In stopping transmission of influenza. Then they are covert 19. Now the dog is wearing them every year. Good luck with that. The difference is that the flu is not airborne. The virus doesn't transmit in the same way so to catch the flu really has to do more with touching droplets from someone who's infected and the masks very effective in controlling that the hand washing sanitizing the other things that we're doing. Also apparently have made it, uh, a much lighter flu season. At least up to this point. We're still seeing the coverage cases spread rapidly, and they say that's because it gets in the air. And that's why it's so dangerous to be in a room with someone who's infected for an extended period of time. Even if you're wearing a mask because at some point You're going to get that air borne virus in your system. Right? Coming up artist 5 30. We'll talk about plans for a stimulus package that Could be worked out on Capitol Hill in the next couple of days. Wall Street seems to think so far another rally and the markets yesterday, hoping for some more help for businesses that have been shut down impacted by the pandemic. Already, we'll have those details and 15 minutes news Radio seven W W It's getting close to 5 18 right now. We've had a number of cases where you had bars or pubs and decided to bring themselves as churches so they could remain open, and I'm not sure how successful they've been in different parts of the country in different parts of the world, But Turn that on its head to California. Megachurches are rebranding as strip clubs so they can remain open. That's what I said. Churches, megachurches rebranding a strip clubs. A couple of pastors at two different California's churches. Did a family friendly striptease in Sunday services, removing their ties to mark the States. Sergeant mark the state shutdown of churches while allowing adult establishments to remain open. What The adult establishments challenged in the courts, and one is what it boils down to a pastor Juergen With easy US of awakened Church in San Diego. Wanted to post the video rather an instagram showing him taking off his tie in front of his congregation. Pastor Rob McCoy of God speak calorie shirt Church in 1000 Oaks had a similar striptease. Removed his tie. Before blasting the government and calling Christians to preach the gospel by defying government tyranny and contending for their neighbors. Lively hoods in the public square. I guess this metal been Mike Huckabee's idea to begin with from other was reading. They said, you're contending for the welfare of the concerns of the livelihood of your neighbors..

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"rob mccoy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"rob mccoy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Here to tell you what to think. We're here to give you the latest F on K. O S. T h d to Los Angeles Orange County live everywhere on the radio and Sudden departure. I'm Jennifer Jones. Lee live from the kick off I 24 hour newsroom, California's public health director has resigned, effective immediately. Dr. Sonya Angel made the announcement to staff last night V E Mail, but didn't say why she's leaving. Last week, A glitch was discovered that caused California's new covert 19 cases to be underreported. Angel held the post for public health officer for less than a year. Governor Newsome and the state health secretary have thanked her for her service. A judge in in a church that is in Ventura County has held three indoor services in defiance of a judge's restraining order. Godspeed. Calvary Chapel pastor Rob McCoy says the death of 89 people in the county is tragic. But the death rate has been low. We've been open since May. We haven't had one case reported to me by a congregant of any covert 19. Excuse me. We haven't had any of that. Dozens of protesters and counter protestors gathered outside the church in Newbury Park yesterday and you're a county sued the church over Cove in 19 safety concerns, including mask use and social distancing. Pastor McCoy Usedto also serve on the 1000 Oaks City Council. He resigned in April when this church was being criticized for serving communion in person on Palm Sunday. And Amazon delivery van stolen in south L. A has been found empty. The van had about 40 packages inside yesterday when it disappeared when the driver was dropping something off. The cleaned out van was found about an hour later. Amazon might be.

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"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"That's correct and what ends up happening. Is You have? Passive unfulfilled Christians and leave the church. And go towards eastern religions or spirituality, or they leave altogether. Or even worse, they become activists misinterpreting the scripture for pseudo. Marxism, which is what you're seeing now. Because if you take a little bit of truth. Are you take truth and you just felt a little bit of a lie into it, and over time they buy into it. And then we lose all of our young people because we don't. We're not giving them answers, and that's what they're looking for. They're looking for order in a chaotic world. Yep and that's why I tell pastors this and they rejected I. Say Jordan. Peterson has brought more people to cry than. Than any evangelists the modern era he's he's actually the modern billy Graham. And would have thought that a social psychologist from Canada. Who is not even? A Christian by standards at you and I were, but he no scripture better than most Christians. Because he studies the Bible typically, and he defends the Bible against the easiest for hours on end, he will contest for the truth of the Bible, but it's a different type of truth. It's not the historical. It's a truth of saying these stories matter. You can't just throw this book out like there's something year. And what he argues is that you need order. and. He's not doing well healthwise right now I think. Hopefully he'll have a bounceback that we. We need him right now. Because what he was able to is bring people out of this forest of chaos and secular leftism, and he can contend in academia for that, and he has the credibility in social psychology. Yeah credentials, and he understand the workings of the mind and. Unfortunately a lot of discourse right now is built on arguments of authority that if you don't have the right credentials, they don't even let you on the stage. And for him, he has all the credentials. But they're even starting to dismiss that as well of course, yeah. And, that's why we need. Break folks to stand having done all to stand. Girding yourself putting on the armor of God, and then you have this offensive weapon, the sort of scripture. That's an offensive weapon to divide between one. What is true and what isn't in every realm of creation? Contend fight. I didn't come to bring peace, but a sword. That sword is truth. And turns families. I mean we're watching this in our nation right now that you're canceled in your own family. If you. Don't do the.

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"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"And so I started to I spoke out initially about that I. mean another video talking about data and science and Statistics about how? It is a tragedy when an unarmed black men is killed by police officer. However, it is not a widespread tragedy, and so both those things can be independently true and also harmoniously true, and that somehow really irritated people because it seemed as if during a moment. That we were having in the country, you weren't allowed to say that. which really bothers me? It doesn't fit. The narrative is like you have to sit down and shut up. In fact, I was on an email chain with an individual of conservatives who literally said Charlie time for you to sit down and shut up. To. What's happening and it's just it's unbelievable to me to hear and am I going to say any names. I'm not I'm not in the business of doing that, but then I made a video because it really started the bother me rob and. Let's talk about it. When I started to see church leaders pastors. Posting the black squares hosting on their on their twitter and their facebook on instagram. Themselves in their family at black lives matter rallies. And I spoke out very forcefully. I said. It's very interesting for some of you. Celebrity pastors out there I went back to sanctity life, Sunday I went back to their posts, nothing about the horror of abortion nothing about the epidemic fatherless-ness in the black community instead. It was. I want to get into. The. Stream of the narrative right now. Make myself safe mark myself safe from group humiliation. Or maybe it makes them feel good. It. I love the way you did that on on that that posting because. When when if we truly stand behind the simplicity of black tile? And that's the effort we're going to make and you look at two thousand sixteen. Two Thousand and twenty, which is the only time you see in the media? Black lives matter massive spikes and master aspects and in traffic on on on media. But the reality is they're nowhere to be found and these churches that put up that black tile. It doesn't do squat. because. You're supporting an organization that they know very little about because they haven't studied to show themselves approved. They don't know they think that that truth is held only within the confines of scripture, but yet in Philippians it says whatsoever things are true, which means you have to find truth in politics? You have to find the truth and biology. You have to find the truth in physics. You got to study to show yourself approved. Unto God, and that means that you have to rightly divide that so if you're going to stand up on black lives matter. Love hopes all things I. Know that they. They're sympathetic and empathetic to what happened to George Floyd. Everyone else who's been. Seeing human being I got that so little things, but to be ignorant of what black lives matter stands for and. Ask Your congregation. Support that that is unconscionable. You have not studied. You have not done your homework and then did dump on you in relation to that. I This statistic. Thirteen percent of America's black Americans that's and you break that down male female, the six and a half percent female breakdown to childbearing..

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"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"rob mccoy" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"One spotify and anywhere else you get your podcasts. Shirley what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie. Kirk is on the college campus. You know we are lucky to have charlie. Charlie cuts running the White House. I want. Thank Joe. He's an incredible guy. His Spirit, his love of this country done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organisations ever created turning point USA. He will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Hey everybody, welcome to episode of Charlie Kirk Show. I'm joined again by my pastor and friend Rob McCoy to be with you. Charlie a lot happening in the country right now around this year is and I'm glad we have this opportunity. Talk about it because. My heart was heavy when I saw you getting kind of beat up in the Christian circles over standing for truth of all things bizarre to me. Yeah, to kind of catch our audience up on what's been happening? I'm not going to say any names. But it's not hard to find if you look it up online, but specific pastor of a very big church. In Alabama decided to like my social media posts. This person's a friend I've gotten to know him. He was going to have me out and speak at Church and we were GONNA. He's GonNa. Pay Me to come and speak at his church. And, for whatever reason he has liked my social media content I. Thank them for that for some time. Approach me in an event was very positive about it, and he liked some social media. Mind that we're not controversial in the slightest that we're all facts and all data and factors calling out the double standards of the left right. What about Ralph northerns no past. Transgressions non member of his church started to make a big deal out of this, and then he goes on the stage and apologizes for saying it saying that's not really what he believes, which now has resulted in the total slander of my name associated with them, and and no benefit on their behalf because he ended up losing. Any connection with the city and it's you know it's the cancel. Culture City contracts affiliation with local governments. You can't appease the left no and. I I've had A. Series of now. I have to play defense over the whole thing. And what was so bizarre I didn't ask this individual to like those posts and. A very easily could have been confronted and explained. That Charlie is a Christian we we do. Recognize that and So I'M GONNA go further with that. You're not just a Christian Charlie. This is a season in the body of Christ where similar to acts chapter, four and five. completely surrounded by persecution in some respects that I mean in acts, chapter, four and five. You see eleven different government entities coming after the disciples Peter. John and they're. They're telling them that. They're not allowed to preach in the.

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