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The Anthropology of Christ’s Resurrection

We have to understand that Christ came into a world that was very different from ours. Sure, our world is still very much like the world of ancient times, but there are core differences that, when noticed, make us aware of how Christ changed the course of humanity. When Christ appeared in history there was no […]

A Reflection on the Storytelling Crisis

The recent Star Wars trilogy, known as the sequels, roped in an estimated two billion in box offices worldwide. It is the highest-grossing trilogy of the franchise; immensely profitable, yet there is a crisis that is revealed at the center of it—a crisis that, unsurprisingly, runs deep in most artistic products of contemporary secular culture. The new Star Wars movies, […]

Liberalism, Dugin & the Failure of the State

Are government regulatory agencies deeply captured or are they simply operating to their logical conclusion? How is the World Economic Forum reacting to the masses’ growing distrust of unelected elites? What do we make of Putin’s reaction towards liberalism? Join David Gornoski and Surit Dasgupta as they decipher Alexander Dugin’s proposal of the fourth political […]

Is Paganism Returning to Our Culture?

David Gornoski starts the episode with a reflection on Twitter’s suspension of Dr. Robert W. Malone and how censorship always backfires. What was the point in removing liberties for the last two years when Biden admitted there is no federal solution to the pandemic? Listen to the full episode as David searches for an answer. […]

The Son of God

When we say “the science is settled” what we really mean is that we’re willing to expel scientists who question the established norms. What made America a beacon of hope for the rest of the world? How do we navigate our lives through increasing authoritarianism and fear? Join David Gornoski and Surit Dasgupta as they […]

Are We the Stars of Our Show?

Should we be more heavy-handed like China and other authoritarian nations? What exactly is the way out of the quagmire which we’re in right now—sacrifice or self-sacrifice? Join David Gornoski and John Dasgupta as the two talk about breaking away from the illusionary box that politics and the news cycle create for us. What is […]

How Art Challenges Us, Solving Problems Neighbor to Neighbor

David Gornoski comments on further developments on Ron DeSantis’ war on drug mandates, how art challenges our preconceived notions, the DOJ’s remarks on religious exemptions to drug mandates, the failure of coercion, and more. Also in the show, John Dasgupta calls in to talk about the failure of the collectivist approach of politics, a person-to-person […]

The Collapse of Media Mythmaking

In this episode, James Kourtides of the Rooster’s Crow podcast calls in to talk about the negligence of early pandemic treatment, the totalitarian capture of public discourse, the supply chain crisis, and more. Also in the show, David is joined by John Dasgupta, A Neighbor’s Choice writer, for an in-depth discussion on public school indoctrination, […]

Is Turning the Other Cheek a Valid Option?

Why is Joe Biden always reading scripts in front of a White House set? Is the Biden administration creating an illusion of democracy? Join David Gornoski as he looks at these issues and offers his analysis. David is joined by A Neighbor’s Choice writer John Dasgupta who talks about the tension between China and Taiwan; […]

Ivan Illich’s Critique of Modern Healthcare

In this episode, David Gornoski is joined by John Dasgupta, a writer for A Neighbor’s Choice, and the two discuss the state-hijacking of health institutions worldwide. David and John also talk about how the Gospel accounts gave rise to the universal concern for victims of violence; how this concern for victim is twisted by the […]