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A Neighbor’s Choice Ep. 5: Jacob Hornberger Interview

Episode 5 introduces us to Jacob Hornberger, the founder of the Future of Freedom Foundation (FFF.org) to discuss how Christians should view the drug war, other vice laws, and foreign interventions. What follows is a fascinating exploration of law, liberty, and ethics that offers a glimpse of what’s possible through social imitation of Jesus of Nazareth.

Mr. Hornberger’s article that spurred the discussion is “How to Reduce Violence in America” and is available here:

Hosted by writer and speaker David Gornoski, A Neighbor’s Choice is a media platform and weekly show that examines the role of violence and religion in public life.

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A Neighbor’s Choice Ep. 2: Daryl Davis’s Accidental Courtesy

In A Neighbor’s Choice radio episode 2, David Gornoski speaks with Daryl Davis, star of the fascinating documentary Accidental Courtesy. A vaunted African American blues musician who has played with some of the all-time greats, Daryl Davis uses his love of music and Americana to reach out to leaders of the KKK. “How can you hate me if you don’t even know me?” he asks them.

Accidental Courtesy airs on PBS Feb. 13 at 10pm ET. It is also available in select theaters and will debut on ITunes on Feb. 21. Watch the trailer here.

A Neighbor’s Choice Ep. 1: Ron Paul Interview

In the first episode of A Neighbor’s Choice radio show, host David Gornoski speaks with former presidential candidate and congressman Ron Paul.

Why does the state create religious devotion and violent fervor in its believers? How should Christians think about the state? We talk with Dr. Paul on this and other matters such as voting, war, vengeance, and jury duty.