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We’re More Christian Than We Know

We can’t understand social justice, victimism, Critical Race Theory, and globalism if we don’t see the anthropology revealed in the Bible. Are we more Christian than we’d like to admit? Did we have the same value for personal liberty in the pre-Christian civilizations as we currently have in the post-Christian world? Is communism based on […]

A Superhero Similar to Homo Sapiens

Most recently, the well-known liberal political commentator, Cenk Uygur, tweeted this remark about religion. His attention, however, was unusually focused on the Christian story and the foundational person of Christianity, i.e. Jesus Christ. All of the religions are such obvious mythology. Yet serious people are forced to have nonsensical conversations about mythical creatures like the […]

THINGS HIDDEN Film Series: HIH Prince Ermias Sahle Selassie Responds to the Ethiopian Civil War

David Gornoski meets with the President of the Crown Council of Ethiopia, HIH Prince Ermias Sahle-Selassie Haile-Selassie. Prince Ermias Sahle Selassie starts the discussion by commenting on the civil unrest that is currently brewing in Ethiopia and what lies at the heart of the conflict. He also comments on Ethiopia’s vanishing Christian heritage; the end […]

THINGS HIDDEN Film Series: Escaping the Cycle of Death

In this edition of THINGS HIDDEN, David Gornoski, Shannon Braswell, and Shane gather around the fire to talk about death as depicted in ancient myth, particularly by the Canananites, and contrast it with the overcoming of death by Jesus. The conversation moves toward more contemporary topics such as the current trajectory of western civilization in […]

Trail Thoughts: After the Rebellion

Eric Kampmann returns to the show for a new segment of Trail Thoughts. The noted publisher reflects on prophet Jeremiah’s Lamentations after the sacking of Jerusalem. Is there a parallel between Jerusalem’s destruction and the current state of America? Where are we headed with the banning of Shakespeare and the canceling of Dr. Seuss? How […]

Biden Says the Original N Word

Instead of highlighting the destruction of the economy by the government and the DC war machine, the media wants you to focus on what the British royals on doing. Join David Gornoski as he talks about the silence of Antifa in the face of real injustices, the censoring of Trump’s CPAC speech, the true nature […]

Biden Goes to Bat for CCP

David Gornoski continues his tribute to Rush Limbaugh while focusing on some of the latest news stories from around the country. How does the Left’s reaction to Limbaugh’s passing compare to Trump’s reaction to Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing? Is China’s human rights violation due to cultural differences as Biden claims? Is Gina Carano right in […]

THINGS HIDDEN 25: The Christ-Haunted Faith of Socialism

David Gornoski sits down with Dr. Andrei Znamenski, a professor of history with an interest in anthropology. Znamenski starts the discussion by breaking down the evolution of human society from the Marxist perspective and makes the case that Marxism is fundamentally a religious philosophy. Like all religions, Marxism is based on the scapegoat mechanism. How […]

Ramayana and the Birth of ‘High Morality’

The study of ancient literature, particularly the great mythologies, helps us decipher the origin of culture and society. We come to learn that within each heroic and magical tale, and beneath each culture that springs from that tale, is the story of a lynch mob and a sacrificed victim. Take, for example, the great poem […]

Trail Thoughts: Lessons from Old Abe

Noted publisher Eric Kampmann returns with another fascinating segment of Trail Thoughts. He is joined by John Cribb, author of the novel ‘Old Abe.’ Both Eric and John expand on the personality of Abraham Lincoln and how his character is much needed in today’s political crisis in America. How can we transcend the deep political […]