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Revolution vs Renaissance

“Silence is violence,” is one’s of the trending mottos of our time. Does the McWoke crowd, backing Biden and Kamala Harris, really care about injustices? David Gornoski asks as he points out Biden and Harris’ pro-war and pro-mass incarceration records. Calls for revolution and socialism, David says, are based on the scapegoating principle; it won’t […]

Who is Our Model for Morality?

When politicians cry moral outrage, the question for us should be: What is the moral standard for our country today? The brotherhood of man? Democracy? David argues that you cannot eliminate the rule of tyranny and violence without modeling yourself on Jesus. If we’re to imitate Jesus as the role model for governance, does that […]

Why Twitter is a Hellscape

“Twitter is one long, drawn-out crisis of undifferentiation with a neverending futile search for scapegoats.” The social media platform has become a playground of sorts for politicians playing childish tit-for-tat games with each other. Why has Twitter become such a hellscape? Healthy boundaries and hierarchies are what our society currently lacks, David observes. Joining David […]

Chicago Pastor Corey Brooks on 1619 Project, BLM

Why are conservatives failing to live up to their promises to cut spending and decrease government? David Gornoski gives us some fascinating answers to this question. David also offers some startling insights into what news like the sentencing of Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli mean with regards to institutional abuse in society. Plus, joining David […]

THINGS HIDDEN 18: The Future is Mimetic

Craig Stewart and David Gornoski return to discuss the mimetic road to a future designed by Jesus. Is there a link between Rene Girard’s theory and the hard sciences? “There’s a sacred to science,” David claims while highlighting how certain aspects of what’s considered ‘settled’ is rarely questioned in the world of academia. What is […]

David Gornoski on the Blasts in Beirut and the 75th Anniversary of the Hiroshima Bombing

Listen to the podcast: David Gornoski is back with another exciting episode as he comments on the latest news of explosions in Beirut while looking back at the Atomic bombs exploding in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. What good is gender politics in the field of engineering if engineers keep churning out new ways of ending the […]

Rebel Wisdom’s Alexander Beiner, David Gornoski on Christianity vs Wokeism

  Listen to the podcast: David Gornoski sits down with Alexander Beiner, Co-Founder of Rebel Wisdom, to discuss new ways by which we can make sense of the chaotic world around us. In light of how Woke culture has proven itself to be a religious movement, society is failing to bind itself around the principle […]

THINGS HIDDEN 15: India Edition

  Listen to the podcast: How do we see the hidden victims of violence in Indian mythology? What are some of the sacrificial underpinnings of modern-day institutions? How has Christ infected the Indian psyche? Join David Gornoski, Shannon Braswell, and Surit Dasgupta as they tackle these questions while trying to understand some of the major […]

The Purge – A Film Analysis

In ancient societies, people would collectively vent their anger and frustration within a fixed time on the calendar, and they would unleash their violence as a collective on a single victim in the form of sacrifice. These times are what we know today as carnivals; the subject is addressed at length by David Gornoski and […]

The Stones Cry Out

I am blown away in discovering Jesus’s seemingly hyperbolic symbolic aside at the entrance of Jerusalem is actually a prophecy: Luke 19:37-40: “As he was drawing near—already on the way down the Mount of Olives—the whole multitude of his disciples began to rejoice and praise God with a loud voice for all the mighty works […]