The final claim often levied at inconsequentialists is that their position is passive. If you don't lie to save lives or if you abstain from voting because all candidates are compromised, then you fail to act in the world in any meaningful sense. Although we discussed this quite a bit in our first season, we'll address this concept again very briefly and look at how being faithful and seeking holiness is not disengaging from the world.
- A huge thanks to Joseph McDade for his generous permission to use his music: https://josephmcdade.com/
- Thanks to Palmtoptiger17 for the beautiful logo: https://www.instagram.com/palmtoptiger17/
- Discord Discussion Board: https://disboard.org/server/474580298630430751
- The 80% (My Book): https://www.amazon.com/80-Conservative-Evangelicals-Prove-Relativists-ebook/dp/B07RDPW2NZ/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=j.g.+elliot&qid=1573560697&sr=8-1
- Various reflections related to consequentialism: https://www.dckreider.com/blog-theological-musings/category/pragmatism-and-consequentialism
- Season 1:13 discussing how a refusal to engage evil can be advancing good in a more meaningful way: https://thefourthway.transistor.fm/episodes/rebuttal-romans-13-part-2
- Romans 13 Application Episode: https://thefourthway.transistor.fm/episodes/rebuttal-romans-13-part-2
- Avoiding evil isn't a failure to do good episode: https://thefourthway.transistor.fm/episodes/rebuttal-evil-in-refusing-to-do-good
What is The Fourth Way?
A podcast focusing on issues related to nonviolence