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Refuting Sohrab Ahmari on Javier Milei and Populism

David Gornoski and Surit Dasgupta react to Sohrab Ahmari’s critique of Javier Milei’s populism. Can populists support central banking and market regulations? Can economics be divorced from morality?

THINGS HIDDEN 164: The Meaning of Anti-Colonialism and Abortion

In this THINGS HIDDEN conversation, David Gornoski and Surit Dasgupta talk about the Left’s anti-colonial movement, the debate surrounding abortion, how Christianity protects children, the Right’s inconsistent approach towards affirming life, why the view of a vengeful Jesus is absurd, and more.

THINGS HIDDEN 163: Zealous for Andromeda’s Apple Pie

In this fascinating new THINGS HIDDEN conversation, David Gornoski and Surit Dasgupta explore the anthropology of sibling conflicts; how zealots and globalists are alike; what constitutes true patriotism; how forgiveness was born in ancient Israel; how heaven transforms our love of home; and more.

THINGS HIDDEN 161: History Devoured

David Gornoski and Surit Dasgupta get together to discuss why looking at the hidden victims of history is important, what the destruction of the temple in 70 AD signifies anthropologically, coveting our neighbor’s being, contrasting the Lord’s Supper with cannibalism of primitive societies, the prevailing schizophrenic view of Jesus, how Jesus frees us from death […]

THINGS HIDDEN 159: Recent Murders and the Holy Spirit

David Gornoski and Surit Dasgupta comment on the reaction to the murder of Brooklyn activist Ryan Thoresen Carson, the difficulty of forgiveness, the satanic trap of crowds, how the Left vs. Right dialectic feeds mimetic conflict, how Jesus defeats the dialectic, the Holy Spirit as defense attorney, and more.

THINGS HIDDEN 153: Jesus Tricks the Globalists

David Gornoski and Surit Dasgupta start off this episode of THINGS HIDDEN by exploring the manifestation of Jesus’ gospel technology in war movies such as All Quiet on the Western Front. They also discuss the importance of churches reclaiming technological innovation, how Jesus sets traps for authoritarian systems, and much more.

THINGS HIDDEN 151: Dominion

What’s so special about 1990’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? What can we learn from the Bible’s deconstruction of earthly governments? Should followers of Christ fear globalism and wokeism? Join David Gornoski and Surit Dasgupta as the two explore these questions among other topics in this exciting THINGS HIDDEN episode.

THINGS HIDDEN 150: The Iron Clay Empire Smashed to Pieces

Join David Gornoski and Surit Dasgupta in this thought-provoking THINGS HIDDEN conversation as they delve into the anthropological wisdom of Daniel chapter 2, specifically regarding King Nebuchadnezzar’s dream. The discussion explores why the statue in the dream gets progressively worse, the reasons for the lack of unity among humans in contemporary times, whether it’s possible […]

THINGS HIDDEN 147: News of Ancient and Modern Cannibals

Explore the fascinating connection between ancient and modern scapegoating with David Gornoski and Surit Dasgupta as they compare the cannibalistic practices of primitive tribes with current-day governments. Will Trump’s indictment destroy DC’s scapegoat matrix? Will the Left deify Trump as a tragic promethean deity? Do modern-day humans have the appetite to crucify their enemies or […]

THINGS HIDDEN 145: Jesus, Masculinity & Innovation

David Gornoski and Surit Dasgupta talk about the origin of the red pill; the emergence of internet manosphere; the rise of Andrew Tate; how Jesus redefines and frees masculinity from Satan; how inventions have gone from risky excellence to safe mediocrity; and more.