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

Archived 2GAB Episode 17 – Answering Your Questions #2

Today we answer another of our listener questions, addressing the topic of the church (whether there is just one “church” or many “churches”).  We love receiving your questions, so...

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Archived 2GAB Episode 16 – The Deity and Humanity of Christ

In light of last week’s episode on Christmas, today we dive into the very relevant topic of Jesus’ humanity and deity. How is it that the Messiah needed to...

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Archived 2GAB Episode 15 – Christmas

What is the meaning of Christmas and how should we approach the topic as Christians? Is it really about being good for goodness’ sake? What about Santa and the...

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Archived 2GAB Episode 14 – Pacifism

Branching off from our discussion of war, we now look at the concept of pacifism. Does the Bible prescribe, or require, Christians to be pacifists? Is it something that...

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Archived 2GAB Episode 13 – Interview with Greg Anderson

Today we talk with Greg Anderson, graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary and Director of Member Care at Hilltown Baptist Church. Greg discusses how he came to faith as well...

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