The Last Thing the Left Doesn’t Control — LIVE from Calvary Oro Valley

The Last Thing the Left Doesn't Control — LIVE from Calvary Oro Valley

The Last Thing the Left Doesn’t Control — LIVE from Calvary Oro Valley

1868 Posts



LIVE from Calvary Oro Valley

Support the show:

For more exclusive interviews, insight, and analysis like this, SUBSCRIBE to The Charlie Kirk Show TODAY :

To listen live, turn on post notifications on YouTube, check your local affiliates, or head to

And for EVEN MORE — tune in to The Charlie Kirk Show LIVE on Salem Radio Network affiliates across the country, 5 days a week from 12 — 3PM ET!



22 thoughts on “The Last Thing the Left Doesn’t Control — LIVE from Calvary Oro Valley

  1. Thomas Askew

    The Democrats are not your enemy. Your organization is no longer a church. Instead, it is just another chapter of the Republican Party. You no longer worship Christ. Instead you worship Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump.

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  2. Thomas Askew

    Clearly, this fool no longer worships Trump, not Christ.

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  3. Thomas Askew

    More right-wing trash from another reactionary pulpit pundit. Jesus was himself left of center. He favored free food, free health care, 100% taxation on the wealthy, a complete redistribution of wealth, and equal pay for everyone. Does that sound more like Keynes or Friedman?

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  4. Plastified Metal

    Hate these speeches done in front of your own tribe. Whats the purpose?

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  5. Lisa Oathkeeper-Arizona

    I live a few miles from here and didn’t know about this at the time. It is past time for me to find a community church and I think I’ve found it.

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  6. Saint K

    Wow whenever I listen to Charlie, I actually grow. Thank you Charlie for everything you do!

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  7. Tyler Pieschek

    We need to get Charlie in Wisconsin more🇺🇸🇺🇸

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  8. Dave & Anita Caldwell Sr

    I'm blown away by your blessed ability of speaking the "truth." I have never in my 69yrs have heard and seen such a bold display of the truth of God's word and the Bible! I'm at a loss for words and tear up and feel comforted when listening to you…you reinforce the "fact" that God is working in the unseen every day! Do you pastor a church anywhere Mr. Kirk?

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  9. Donae Weston Piper Jr.

    My absolute fav human being on the planet 🌎

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  10. Norma Ortega

    You learn as much as you want to learn in America.

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  11. Norma Ortega

    Go to college, to loose yourself.
    Go, if absolutely necessary, then get out quick!!!

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  12. Natinha Poe

    God bless Charlie!!!

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  13. Dana Hjelm

    Have you visited any Orthodox Churches? All the Orthodox churches are open currently in the United States!

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  14. Dave McClanahan

    so true

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  15. Diane Darcy

    Great video and shared!

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  16. Jim Cummings

    Charlie, Many great and accurate observations on politics with Marxism/Socialism/Communism, college, religion, and the cancel culture. Too bad the Dems are taking away our Constitution. Couple of corrections: Sacred Scripture came about from Pope Damasus teaming up with Jerome and Augustine to develop the canon – 72 books of the Bible from councils 397 & 405. Jerome translated Aramaic and Greek into the language of the times – Latin. Eclessia does in fact mean church, but it's the Capital C of the Coholic or Universal Church we call the Roman Catholic Church it pertains to. This Church had a split in about 1050, but still had 7 valid sacraments and the real presence within the Eucharist. The major split happened with Luther, Calvin and Zwingli. Luther's 98 issues with the Church boiled down to about 45 that were valid and could have been debated. The rest were heretical. Shortly there after, when debated, Luther was cornered and had the make the claim picking either Sacred Tradition and Sacred Scripture, or if Scripture could stand alone (Sola Scriptura). Bad choice. He lost the Apostalic Succession, and more importantly, lost the typology that links the beautiful elements of what's foretold and what's revealed in the old and New Testament. Testament is the New Covenant, which is the Eucharist. Jesus actual body, blood, soul, and divinity within the bread and wine taking the place of the lamb. Four Catholic Converts will take you on a beautiful poetic journey into their discoveries and how they found the bulwark of the truth in the Holy Catholic Church. Scott Hahn, Jimmy Akin, Tim Staples, David Anders, Stephen Ray, and Jeff Cavin. All brilliant, and will give accounts to Scripture coming from this Church and how to interpret it, plus the Apostalic lineage from the oral traditions of Polycarp, Ignatius, Clement, Origin, Basil, and then on to Jerome, Augustine & Thomas Aquinas. You can also follow the saints, or the over 225 incorrupt saints, and Carlo Acutis list of Eucharistic Miracles, or even Marion Apparitions like Guadalupe, Lourdes, and Fatima. RICH…! Nice job on everything. PS, The Berlin Wall fell because of Reagan and Pope John Paul II – Book – "A Pope and a President." Sure, Bush could have said something, but he should have given credit where credit was due… Little tricky when you bring in Christ to help, but the book will blow your mind. PAX. jim

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  17. Matthew Tenney

    Fact check. The liberty bell was commissioned in 1752 , not by the founding fathers (Jefferson was only 9 years old), but by the Pennsylvania Provincial Assembly for their use in signaling meetings, etc.
    Another fact check. Mr. Kirk wants us to believe Jesus was founding a political party and not just a church by proclaiming that the proper translation of ekklēsia is a political gathering. The word is used with a few different definitions in the Bible, including a riotous mob, but I doubt Jesus was advocating the formation of riotous mobs. It's almost certain that Jesus was talking about His church.

    As Christians, we are called to love one another. If Christians would just do that, abortion and all the rest of the evils of the world would go away.

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  18. Luchia Young

    Civil service for all after HS or when leaving school. Learn to give back to this country.

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  19. Kristen Spencer

    Freedom originated with God. He created the first two human beings on the planet and gave them Freedom. And only 1 law. God freed His people from slavery in Egypt. Freedom is all over throughout the Bible. "If the Son has set you Free, you are free indeed" (John 8:36) "Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty" 2 Cor 3:17. Faith in Jesus setting you free from the law of sin and death- Romans 8:2 and Galatians 5:1 "For Freedom, Christ has set us free; stand fast and do not submit again to a yoke of slavery."

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  20. dksengineering x

    The speaker, Charlie Kirk, says (at 5:05 into the message) that the greek word “Ekklesia”, as used in Matt 16:18 “was a government political meeting”, not just a church and bases his whole presentation on this interpretation. So, his interpretation of Matt 16:18 is that Jesus’ words were “And I also say to you that you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my political meeting, and the gates of Hades shall not prevail against it.”

    This word “Ekklesia” is used 115 times in the New Testament and in NONE of those verses, is the context anything closely related to a government political meeting but describing those whom God has called.

    The fact that he drops the name “William Tindale” (the individual who first translated the bible into English) and says one possible interpretation of this Greek word could be a political meaning and then basing doctrine on this possible meaning is not sound theology. He (Kirk) states that in the original Greek, the meaning was NOT a Synagogue but a political meeting. This is a direct contradiction to the most authoritative Greek dictionary used by theologians.

    The word in the Greek language (the New Testament was written in Greek) is ekklesia, which means “a calling out,” especially “a religious congregation, an assembly” (Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance, #1577).

    The word designates the body of believers of which Jesus Christ is Head. It can designate the entire group worldwide, or it can designate a particular local group of individuals. Thus when Barnabas and Paul “assembled with the church,” they were assembling with and teaching a group of followers of Jesus Christ; NOT some political action committee. Kirk’s use and interpretation is an unbelievable stretch and in no way should be used to establish doctrine when there are 115 examples of this word describing those who have been called out of the world into the assembly of Christ. Not one of those 115 verses uses this word to describe those who would go out and attempt to influence government political policy. This video is simply bad theology at its worst.

    The Church is a group of people called out for a special purpose. They are “called”—that is, called by God. Those truly part of God’s Church have been called by God to become part of His Church. They are called out of the world—the society around us—to become followers of Christ—to be Christians. They are called out to be followers of Christ and to live a new way of life. There are simply no New Testament examples of the followers of Christ attempting to influence political matters.

    Kirk’s purpose in giving the talk was to convince Christians to become more politically active. He praises the leadership at Calvary Oro Valley for doing so and says they are doing the “right thing” in that regard.

    He states; “Christians are called to get into all spheres of influence including political space” but doesn’t provide scriptural support for this opinion.

    He says Esther, Daniel, Mordecai, Joseph, Nehemiah, Jeremiah, are people we look to as biblical heroes that got involved in secular government for God’s chosen purpose. He continues; that “in order to say Christians shouldn’t get involved in politics, you would have to ignore huge parts of the bible.” Unfortunately, he doesn’t dig into these stories to show these individuals didn’t voluntarily get into politics to serve God’s purpose. They were thrust into these positions through kidnapping, slavery, and forced servitude. To use them as examples of what New Testament Christians should be voluntarily doing in politics as part of our expected Christian service is a twisting of and reading into scripture what isn’t there. Surely there would be a New Testament example if this is what God wants his church to be doing today.

    He spends most of the last hour talking about what’s wrong in our country and he’s absolutely right about the things he points out. The question is; What does God want his people to be doing about it? There is no scriptural basis for the people of God involving themselves in the political strife in any country.

    I didn’t hear one single biblical reference that would show me that God wants his people to become involved in politics. NOT ONE! In the whole hour and 22 minutes.

    He (Kirk) is popular (he has spoken in and been invited to over 50 churches across the country) yet, there are churches that haven’t invited him to speak because they see his message for what it is; popular among the Mainstream Christian population but lacking biblical support. This message is popular but it is not doctrinally sound. He is popular because he tells people what they want to hear. The Apostle Paul writes a great deal about such individuals. (II Timothy 4:3-4) when Paul states there would come a time when people would not endure sound doctrine but would listen according to their own desires.

    There is a lot of truth in his message. America WAS the great leap forward. It WAS founded on Judeo Christian values. But this doesn’t support his premise.

    There are significant problems in our country but mostly, they all boil down to sin. The things he talks about are simply manifestations of sin. There is nothing wrong with speaking out against sin. That IS one of the church’s responsibilities. (Isaiah 58:1)

    Questions he was asked in the last half hour:

    Are your political beliefs rooted in the bible? He answers well in that his beliefs on immigration, abortion, family, and the rule of law are rooted in the bible. He states the bible is the source of the liberties we enjoy today. All this is correct but he also believes pastors should become political activists. There is no biblical authority for this belief and he offers no biblical proof.

    I am not judging his motives. I believe he is sincere. But on the point of God wanting his people to be a part of the political system in any government is simply not supported in scripture.

    Read this article (linked below) on this subject and see how it differs from the speech Kirk gave and decide for yourself which one is biblically based. I think you will be shocked at the difference.

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  21. Chris Maguire

    Captain Kirk… 🚀 The order is given: warp speed! (No, not THAT one!)

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply
  22. joan Neel

    You shouldn’t lump ALL Pastors together, and you shouldn’t JUDGE period, GOD is our JUDGE ….”Judge Not, Unless You Be Judged” …It’s perfectly okay to say there MAY be a few Pastors who …..

    March 14, 2022 at 6:54 pm Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.