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THINGS HIDDEN 20: Founding the Galilean Global Village

Jerry Bowyer, editor of Townhall Finance and Affluent Investor, joins David Gornoski and Shannon Braswell to discuss his new book ‘The Maker Versus the Takers’ and other topics such as the effects of socialist-centered liberation theology and mainstream evangelical theology. Jerry Bowyer argues that both of these theologies were premature in their conclusions due to […]

Discover Tries to Block GiveSendGo, Bruce Koerber Divine Economics

Heather Wilson, founder of the Christian crowdfunding site GiveSendGo, joins David Gornoski to talk about Big Tech banning her website for being a platform to Kyle Rittenhouse’s legal defense fundraising campaign. Also joining David is economist Bruce Koerber to discuss how he formulated his “Divine Economic” theory. What is the reason for the stagnation in […]

What Lies Ahead, Tho Bishop Economics for Beginners

Why does the media narrative always necessitate a scapegoat? David Gornoski comments on the news surrounding Biden, Oprah, and others. He also critiques the notion that guilt can be inherent in a person’s skin tone, namely “white privilege,” and the idea that violence, theft, and coercion, while being immoral to the individual, is permissible for […]

What is Corporate Communism?

Join David Gornoski as he deconstructs the phenomenon of victim-garbed power-grabbing movements backed by wealthy and authoritarian forces. “We’ve allowed big government to collude with big business for so long that they write the rules and they monopolize medical care…” Jesus said, “the meek shall inherit the earth.” David goes on to explain how Jesus’ […]

Chicago Pastor Corey Brooks on Steps to Build Trust During Division

David Gornoski continues in showing us how we can unplug ourselves from the matrix of violence. Also, Pastor Corey Brooks of the New Beginnings Church calls in to discuss his six steps for bridging the great divide of America right now. On getting rid of non-violent crime laws and qualified immunity, Pastor Brooks says, “As […]

Lawrence Reed: Was Jesus a Socialist?

Lawrence Reed, president of the Foundation for Economic Education, joins David Gornoski to discuss his new book ‘Was Jesus a Socialist?’ Was Jesus against the accumulation of wealth? Weren’t the early Christians expressing socialist principles when they cared for one another? Reed answers in the context of Jesus’ non-violent teachings and also what his disciples […]

Angela Yee and David Gornoski Talk Race and Justice in America

In light of the George Floyd murder and the civil unrest that has followed, how can we get past our differences and find solutions? “I think first there has to be an acknowledging of the problem,” says Angela Yee, “Some people say there’s no racism and white supremacy, no hierarchy, and that’s simply not true.” […]

Justin Murphy, PhD on Jesus, Riot Carnivals, and the Origins of Our Civil Unrest

David Gornoski sits down with Justin Murphy, political scientist and former professor of the University of Southampton; and together the two discuss the reemergence of faith, the meaning of Christ’s love on an anthropological level, the current riots, socio-political turmoil, and Jesus-imitation in a post-Christian culture. Justin Murphy says, “The rioters are–in their own twisted […]

Dr. Norman Horn on Contagious Violence

“We’re seeing the overreaction to the pandemic spilling over to other parts of life,” says Norman Horn, founder of the Libertarian Christian Institute. Dr. Horn goes on to explain how institutional coercion spills onto the streets in the form of riots. “Just because we agree that there are structural problems does not mean that we […]