Governed by God with Eric Luppold ⭐️

An analysis of civics, law, and government from a Biblical perspective.

Hosted ByEric Luppold
Governed by God (formerly known as Two Guys and a Bible) is a non-profit podcast hosted by myself, Eric Luppold. My co-host, Dillon Kenniston, has had to temporarily step away from podcasting due to scheduling conflicts.
The purpose of Governed by God is to approach the topics of civics, law, and government from a Biblical and historical perspective. The goal is to learn from God’s word, as well as history, and to apply those lessons to today.
That being said, I would like to invite you to join the conversation by not only listening but also sending me your questions. Just send me an email using the form below and I will gladly address them on the podcast as soon as I am able.

All Episodes

S4E11 – Applying Scripture to Culture, Part 1

This week I begin a multi-part review of a recent episode of the White Horse Inn concerning misunderstood passages of Scripture. In their discussion, Dr. Michael Horton, Pastor Bob...

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S4E10 – The Gospel According to Sam Harris

Today I analyze and critique an interview between Dr. Jordan Peterson and well-known atheist thinker, Sam Harris. More specifically, I look at the last several minutes of their discussion,...

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S4E9 – Good Tidings of Great Joy

Given the Christmas season, this week I compare two different narratives: one of Jesus of Nazareth and one of Caesar Augustus. Several years before Christ, Caesar was declared to...

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S4E8 – Central Bucks Belongs to the Queen of Heaven

This week I take a break from historical documents to look at some recent events here in Central Bucks School District. Our recent school board meeting on December 4,...

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S4E7 – Thanksgiving

This week I look at the concept of thanksgiving. First, I consider the importance of giving thanks as described in Romans 1. Then, I address the historical significance of...

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