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Summary – The Problem of Knowledge in Theology and Philosophy with Alex Bernard In this episode, Doug Stuart talks to Alex Bernard of the Protestant Libertarian Podcast about the problem of knowledge in theology and philosophy. The Protestant Libertarian Podcast explores the intersection between Protestant biblical studies and libertarian philosophy. Let’s do it
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Summary – Former Marxist Explains The Great Reset with Michael Rectenwald Dr. Michael Rectenwald is a former Marxist who joins Doug Stuart in explaining the Great Reset. dr. Rectenwald is the author of twelve books, including The Great Reset and the Struggle for Liberty: Unraveling the Global Agenda (January 2023), Mind
Summary – Star Wars Libertarianism with Stephen Kent. dr. Norman Horn talks to Stephen Kent, author of How Power Can Fix the World. Kent’s book explores libertarian themes and the significance of Star Wars for Christianity. Men then start spoilers about
Summary – Christian Nationalism in the United States with Paul D. Miller In this episode, Doug Stuart talks to Dr. Paul D. Miller on Christian Nationalism. dr. Paul D. Miller is Professor of the Practice of International Affairs at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. Check out his profile here.
Summary – Remove taxes or end world hunger? In today’s episode, Matthew Bellis sets up Doug Stuart and Norma Horn in a game of “Would You Rather…?” From Pancakes vs. Waffle, to Tom Woods v. Bob Murphy, in Matthew’s humble attempt to outwit Norm and
Summary – Neil Shenvi’s Friendly Approach to Critical Theory In today’s episode, Doug Stuart chats with Neil Shenvi, Ph.D. in theoretical chemistry, about his work in Christian apologetics. If you think there is a difference between his education and his work, explain something about it
Summary – How Libertarianism Is Different From Other Political Movements In this episode, Doug introduces us to our sister podcast, Faith Seeking Freedom. This podcast is part of the Christians for Liberty Network and is also a companion podcast to our book Faith Seeking Freedom: Libertarian Christian Answers to Tough
Recap – Matt is on fire🔥 – Wow! That’s the Great Scotch (and other stories) A literal fireside chat with Doug Stuart, Norman, Horn, Jacob Winograd and Matthew “I’m on fire!” Bellis. How boys are influenced by famous personalities. How Jacob Converted to the Mises Caucus of “The Left.” it is
Summary – Environmental Social Governance (ESG) and Business Ethics with David Rose. Doug Stuart was replaced by LCI founder Dr. Norman Horn. He is now joined by Professor David Rose from the University of Missouri. Dave Rose is a professor of economics at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. It’s there
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Summary – Libertarian Activism with Spike Cohen Former Libertarian Vice Presidential candidate Spike Cohen joins Doug Stuart to discuss politics, religion and libertarian activism. Raised as a Messianic Jew, Cohen recounts some of his personal journeys in and out of the faith. Cohen explains how he became one
Summary – Can a Christian serve in government? In this episode, Doug Stuart is joined by Dick Clark, co-author of Faith Seeking Freedom, to discuss issues related to the work or service of a Christian in the country. Clark is an attorney who served in the Nebraska Legislature. He describes himself
Summary – Feature: The Christians for Liberty Network celebrates the 300th episode of the Libertarian Christian Podcast! This episode will be live on Friday, November 11, 2022. To celebrate this milestone, we are announcing a huge new project: The Christians for Liberty Network (CFLN). This is a podcast network
Summary – Reading the Bible as a Libertarian Join Doug as he hosts the Daniel Winograd Daniel 3 Biblical Anarchy Podcast on how to read the Bible as a libertarian. Doug wasn’t the only one involved in what he did and at LCI, Doug and Jacob wore it
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Doug is funny! In this episode, comic wizard Doc Dixon accidentally reveals Doug’s penchant for dark humor. just kidding This fun and lively interview takes us behind the scenes with the man who made a fool of Penn and Teller (link below). And it’s also hilarious that Doc corrects the idea, yes
In this episode, Doug Stuart chats with comedian Lou Perez about his new book That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore: On the Death and Rebirth of Comedy. Perez offers a “behind the scenes” look at the creative journey for his new book, as well as his professional life experiences.
In this episode, Aaron Harris invites Doug Stuart to the Decentralized Revolution podcast. Doug and Aaron talk in depth about many topics related to libertarianism, Christianity, and speak out on the issues they care about. Summary – Doug Stuart talks about social justice and how
In this episode, Doug talks to Bonnie Kristian about her new book, Unbelievable The Knowledge Crisis Is Breaking Our Brains, Contaminating Our Politics and Harming Christian Communities. He worries about unhealthy skepticism corrupting the culture. Bonnie Kristian (MA, Bethel Seminary) is an accomplished journalist who writes on foreign policy, religion,
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How can we Christians love our neighbors (family and church members) who have fallen into the progressive ideology called Vokism? Noelle Mering helps you address progressive ideology in her new book, Awakened, Not Awakened. Noelle Mering is a fellow at the Ethics think tank and a Washington-based think tank
Summary – Angela Harders: The Journey from Becoming a Toxic Teacher In this episode, Doug Stuart interviews former public school teacher Angela Harders. Harders is the author of Tales of a Toxic Teacher: Exposing the Cycle of Abuse in Our Schools. Harders talked about his dreams and goals when he
Summary – Prostitution Decriminalization: Do Christians Support It? In this episode, Kerry Baldwin is a guest and interviews Melissa Brouda. Broudo is the co-founder and co-director of the Sharmus Outlaw Rights and Advocacy Institute (SOAR). She has been part of the sex workers’ rights and harm reduction movement since the late 1990s when she founded SOAR
Summary – Jack Lloyd on Consent, Trauma and Voluntaryism Jack Lloyd, a libertarian volunteer who has promoted the message of freedom for over 15 years, talks about his new book, The Definitive Guide to Libertarian Voluntaryism . Provides an introductory explanation of these and other terms, including anarcho-distinctive: anarcho-capitalism, anarcho-communism/socialism,
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Bare Empire: Scott Horton Reveals Summary of American Interventionism Scott Horton, director of the Libertarian Institute, editorial director of Antiwar.com, joins Dr. Norman Horn to discuss the war and failed foreign intervention in the US government. They discussed several important current events, including the ongoing tension between Israel and Palestine, the Russian invasion of
Honest Checks and Balances: Ben Lewis and the Christian View of Bitcoin Christian Libertarian Summary Ben Lewis joins Doug Stuart to discuss the Christian view of bitcoin and monetary policy. Lewis explains some of the basics of bitcoin technology and its true features and characteristics and how our fiat currency system is not
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Jacob Daniel Winograd of the “Daniel 3 Biblical Anarchy Podcast” joins us to discuss his transition from Bernie Sanders’ left to Austro/Anarcholibertarianism, including his approach to interpreting Romans 13 based on Romans 12. Audio produced by Podsworth Media.
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Max Borders, CEO of Social Evolution, joins us to discuss how decentralization is the way out of the social chaos we face, as well as how important practice is to achieve personal meaning in a time of approaching old system and the emerging decentralized system. . . . Watch on YouTube
A group of Christian Libertarians gathered in Las Vegas for FreedomFest and hosted sessions where FreedomFest attendees and vendors could engage in lively discussions about freedom, human development, women’s rights- an, economics, and even critical race theory! If you can’t attend FreedomFest, at least you can
We welcome Australian libertarian theologian/scholar Michael F. Bird to discuss the motivation behind his new book, Religious Freedom in a Secular Age: The Christian Case for Freedom, Equality and Secular Government. Michael shares his thoughts on marriage equality in Australia, Trump’s election, religious persecution, how progressive politics has become a religion,
Kerry Baldwin joins us on this week’s episode to discuss the recent topic of abortion