Deeper Dive Episode 15: True Liberty: Free at Last
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Deeper Dive Theme: J Wald & Pastor Kevin James discuss true Liberty in Christ and religious freedom rights in the United States today and the outlook for religious liberty in the future
Episode Title: True Freedom
Host: Joseph Walden (aka J Dub)
Guest: Pastor Kevin James
Key text: https://www.bible.com/bible/59/GAL.5.1.esv
Date: August 14, 2019
In this episode we find out where Dawn is and Joe interviews Pastor Kevin
Joe's Deeper Dive Questions to Pastor Kevin:
How did you get the nickname maniac?
What is your title?
What does true liberty mean and how does it relate to the end times?
What many countries in the world have religious liberty? What should our liberty be grounded in? Does religious liberty apply to all faiths? Have the individual states always had religious freedom and a bill of rights? What are the current religious liberty challenges? Why is the first amendment always being challenged in court? Does everyone share the Seventh-day Adventist view of America's role in prophecy? Why are Seventh-day Adventists particularly concerned about religious liberty? Have Seventh-day Adventists been imprisoned in American for religious beliefs? What we do to understand our religious liberty rights and what can we do to defend them? How can you balance company rights with the individual's religious liberty rights? What does "undo hardship" mean for a business? Is it legal for a company to ask you what day you worship on? When in the interview process should you tell the interviewer your religious beliefs? Who are the four protected groups left out of the constitution? What was the justification for not letting women vote? Were there abolutionists who were against societal equality for blacks? Why weren't black women allowed to vote after slavery was abolished? What does a more perfect union mean and are we still striving for it? How does the 14th amendment apply to those demanding protections for sexual orientations? Explain how the 14th amendment protects religious liberty?
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Born into a home of Christian parents, Kevin was
dedicated to the medical missionary work when he
was one month old, and accepted Jesus Christ about
twelve. During his teen years, Kevin’s spiritual journey
drifted away from God due to several circumstances.
Nicknamed “Maniac” in high school his life had become
a dedicated rejection God.
However, God kept in earnest pursuit of him all those
wayward years. Finally, God gracefully grabbed Kevin’s
attention and captivated his heart while serving in the Air Force during the
Iranian hostage crises. After contact with a Seventh-day Adventist Kevin
read his way into the Church, and at the age of 23 was baptized into Christ
Jesus and the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Since then, Kevin has had the
privilege of completing a Christian college education, became one of the
fjrst two dedicated bible workers for Amazing Facts, was ordained into the
gospel ministry, and has pastored 12 difgerent congregations in 5 districts
and 3 states over more than 20 years.
Kevin married Michelle Baum on December 11, 1988, and they have
two grown girls: Brittni and Kandice. Kevin has served as the director of
Legislative Afgairs of the Nevada-Utah Conference, was the Springville Camp
Meeting Superintendent for seven years, served on the NV/UT Conference’s
Ordination Committee, and sat on the Pacifjc Union Executive Committee
(4 years) along with various subcommittees. He was also a delegate to the
2005 General Conference held in St. Louis, MO. He has been the Associate
Director of the Public Afgairs and Religious Liberty Department since July