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The Libertarian Christian Podcast

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Join the Libertarian Christian Institute as each week they explore, debate, and analyze the issues that are directly relevant to the intersection of Christianity and liberty. Always thoughtful, frequently controversial, and never boring (trust us), it is our hope and prayer that The Libertarian Christian Podcast serve as a valuable resource to the Church for years to come. If you'd like to reach out to us and ask a question or submit some feedback, you can reach us at podcast@libertarianchri ...
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Faith Ventures Podcast

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Faith Ventures is about telling stories of Christians doing business for the glory of God. The virtue of market-driven work that serves other people is part of God’s design, and thus we should care about the principles of individual liberty that make that possible. This podcast inspires listeners to realize how their faith in Jesus affects everything around us, including our work in the marketplace.
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The Biblical Anarchy Podcast

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The Biblical Anarchy Podcast was created by Jacob Winograd as a project of the Libertarian Christian Institute, with the purpose of making the case for a free society and decentralized governance based on Biblical principles of limited authority and imitating Christ’s example of the leader/servant. If we render unto God what is God’s, we cannot bow down to Caesar or render anything unto him except that which he deserves. The podcast consists of exploring different Bible passages, anarchist t ...
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Good News Bad News

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"Welcome to Good News Bad News: The Libertarian Christian Roundtable, where every other week we challenge the Statist Quo by giving you a libertarian Christian analysis of what's happening in your world!"
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Faith Seeking Freedom Podcast

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Your questions about faith and liberty deserve thoughtful answers, and we're dedicated to giving you solid responses so you can live free and flourish. This podcast was inspired by the popular book, Faith Seeking Freedom, published by The Libertarian Christian Institute. If you have a question for us, send us emails at podcast@libertarianchristians.com. Subscribe, rate, and review this podcast so we can reach even more people with the message of liberty. And of course, you can purchase a cop ...
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Jacob Daniel, Calvin Mingione and other LP and Mises Caucus organizers in the state of PA sit down with various guests, both from within and outside of the liberty movement to discuss politics, culture and current events. We hope to inspire people through these conversations to become active in their communities and to help set the world free. It's up to us, let's take human action together.
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In this episode of the Biblical Anarchy Podcast, join host Jacob Winograd as he unpacks the thought-provoking controversy surrounding Candace Owens' departure from The Daily Wire and the subsequent scrutiny of her stance on the war in Gaza. Through a detailed exploration, Jacob delves into the moral and ethical complexities of the conflict, emphasi…
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Tonight at 7:30 I will be joined by Lisa Watson (@WatsonSpeaking) host of the School's Out podcast with the Herzog Foundation. We will be discussing her journey from the left, her experiences in education and why Christians need to begin reconsidering their relationship with the public school system & role in the raising of children and steering of…
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Tonight I will be talking with Libertarian Party chairwoman Angela McArdle. The LP has a lot going on, and the National convention is right around the corner. I will be talking with Angela about everything that's transpired in her first term & what craziness comes with politicsBy Libertarian Christian Institute
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Dr Rectenwald joins the show to discuss his campaign to seek the Libertarian Party's nomination for POTUS. Jacob and Rec spoke last year shortly after he announced, & since then he has had to overcome quite a bit of adversity, both professionally and personally. They will discuss the campaign so far, the issues Rec thinks are most pressing this ele…
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Doug Stuart sits down with liturgy scholar Drew Keane to delve into the ancient Christian practice of scripted worship through the lens of the Book of Common Prayer. As a co-editor of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer international edition and coauthor of How to Use the Book of Common Prayer, Keane brings a wealth of knowledge and a personal passion t…
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Faith Ventures welcomes Robert Netzly, CEO of Inspire Investing and a major thinker behind the concept of "biblically responsible investing". Robert shares his unusual journey from teaching 4th grade to spearheading one of the fastest-growing investment firms in the nation. We take a deep dive into the moral impact of our financial decisions and ho…
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As Christians, we frequently grapple with the nature of civil authority. It's no secret that authorities aren't absolute, and today we'll explore the intricate dance between submission and resistance in the light of biblical teachings. We'll take a challenging walk through the moral landscape, where the principles laid out in Scripture guide us, bu…
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In this LCI Greenroom edition of the Biblical Anarchy Podcast, I am joined by Kyle Matovcik of the "In Liberty & Health" podcast to discuss Candace Owens's departure from The Daily Wire and react to Andrew Klavan's comments towards Candace & alleged anti-semitism. Is Andrew right, or is this just identity politcs/cancel culture on the right? Watch …
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Libertarians are known for their advocacy of free choice, free association, and free movement. But are there boundaries or limits to this openness? Dr. Jason Brennan of Georgetown University joins us to talk what it means to advocate for global justice, and why it means being open borders and free trade. In the book he makes a rigorous defense for …
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In this week’s episode, we are playing a clip from a recent livestream conversation with Dave Smith, comedian and host of Part of the Problem. We tackled tough questions on the state's role in migration, the clash between open borders & opposing positions within libertarianism, and the search for pragmatic solutions that respect individual freedoms…
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Jacob Winograd & Doug Stuart sit down with Spike Cohen, former LP Vice Presidential nominee & founder of You Are the Power, & Kerry Baldwin from LCI and Mere Liberty, to discuss the state of the liberty movement across the world. Are things just getting worse? Is libertarianism unpopular and largely rejected in the world today? Is liberty making an…
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Doug Stuart sits down with Domenic Scarcella, author of Good Neighbor, Bad Citizen: Reflections on the Core Social Conflict Revealed by Jesus Christ's Way of the Cross, to dive into the complex relationship between faith, being a good neighbor, and the expectations of citizenship. Scarcella unpacks the provocative themes of his book, crafted to cha…
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In this episode of the Faith Ventures Podcast, we welcome to the show Jeff Miller, the CEO and chief writer of ChristianGhostWriting.com, a devoted pastor of Godspeed Church, and a man who wears multiple hats with grace and purpose. We delve into Jeff's incredible journey from a career in music and opera to following his faith and leaving it all be…
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In this episode, we explore the compelling narrative of finding freedom in Christ opposed to seeking to legislate morality through the state. I open up about my own struggles with sin and the quest for redemption that required something beyond worldly solutions. We confront the reality that laws alone cannot initiate cultural and spiritual renewal;…
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In this Christians For Liberty Network in-house conversation, Jacob Winograd of Biblical Anarchy will be going live with Alex Bernardo of the Protestant Libertarian Podcsst to discuss the misconceptions Christians have about the kingdom of God, and the commonality between Christian progressives and Christian nationalists. It'll be reflection as wel…
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What explains the wealth of the modern age? Was it capital? Institutions? Slave-holding? Why do some countries seem to have an economic advantage over others? Are the fears of progressives about wealth inequality worth paying attention to? Economist, historian, and prolific author Deirdre McCloskey joins us to talk about the key factor that precipi…
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Listen in to a live recording of the Biblical Anarchy Podcast. Jacob will be interviewing Dr Preston Sprinkle on his newest book Exiles: The Church in the Shadow of Empire. They will talk about what it means for Christians to live viewing Christ as their king, and what implications that has living in the world and the current political climate.…
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In this episode, we tackle some subjects on which Christians love to disagree! What does the Bible really teach us about modesty, purity, lust, sex, and how men and women should conduct themselves regarding each other? Kerry Baldwin is never shy about speaking about these issues or standing up to people who are belligerently wrong about them, so I …
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Join us as host Doug Stuart welcomes Preston Sprinkle, accomplished author and president of Theology in the Raw. Together, they tackle the weighty topics of politics, allegiance, and the teachings of Jesus as explored in Sprinkle's latest book, Exiles: The Church in the Shadow of Empire. Dive into a discussion that journeys through the political im…
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This is the audio of a livestream hosted by Jacob Winograd and Matthew Bellis who were joined by special guest Dave Smith. The three discussed the libertarian debates/divisions surrounding the issues of borders, public property, & how we advocate for a more libertarian society.By Libertarian Christian Institute
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Brian Zahnd is a pastor from Saint Joseph, Missouri, whose own thought journey mirrors that of many libertarian Christians: away from neoconservatism and nationalism, and towards skepticism of empire and the pursuit of peace. Though he doesn’t self-identify as a libertarian and we have some differences, Zahnd's work does have substantial overlap wi…
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In this episode of the Biblical Anarchy Podcast, Jacob introduces a new podcast feed called the LCI Green Room, Open and Unscripted, and explains how it will impact the content of the show. He describes it as a place for long-form, uncut conversations, and roundtable discussions, providing a platform for diverse formats and longer interviews that m…
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Today, we delve into topics of great consequence with the esteemed Kyle Anzalone from Antiwar.com and the Libertarian Institute. Kyle Anzalone is a seasoned voice in the realm of libertarian journalism and a dedicated advocate for peace. As the news editor for the Libertarian Institute, which was founded around 2015-2016 by Scott Horton, Kyle has b…
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In this LCI Greenroom livestream, we tackle the complex issue of Israel's war in Gaza through a distinctly libertarian lens. Doug Stuart moderates a discussion between our guests, Jack Lloyd and Jacob Winograd, as we peel back the layers of geopolitics, ideology, and the human impact of conflict. We confronted the harsh realities of war, explored t…
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Special guest Corey Nathan joins us to talk about the art of navigating contentious political conversations with grace and understanding. Corey Nathan shares personal stories and insights, including his own experiences with public figures and the importance of relational interactions over transactional debates in persuasion. He also discusses the c…
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Faith Ventures welcomes Christian media business veteran James Burkhardt to talk about his storied career in the industry and how he helped shape it into what it is today. From setting up a modest book table in college to working with Campus Crusade and a miraculous donation of 10,000 Bibles, James embodies the power of faith in action. Join us as …
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In this episode of Biblical Anarchy, we confront the complexities of Romans 13 and the nature of governing authorities. We'll also scrutinize the presuppositions associated with state power and the conduct of Christians under different types of governance. Acknowledging the diverse Christian perspectives on this issue, we'll juxtapose our own inter…
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We're thrilled to bring you the riveting first episode of our LCI Green Room series — a space where unscripted dialogues thrive and profound insights unfold. Host Jacob sits down with the multifaceted Matt Erikson, host of the Kingpilled podcast, inviting you to a conversation that promises to stretch the fabric of your thoughts and perhaps, even y…
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Welcome to the LCI Green Room, a brand new audio feed from the Libertarian Christian Institute as part of the Christians for Liberty network. This feed will feature live-stream debates, interviews, and free-form conversations that offer long-form content for our audience. You can expect to hear from various libertarian voices, round tables, debates…
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Beth Silvers from the Pantsuits Politics podcast joins us to talk about her book, I Think You're Wrong (But I'm Listening): A Guide to Grace-Filled Political Conversations, where we discuss how to have healthy conflict in political discussions, why a sports metaphor doesn't work for politics, and whether or not this is the most important election o…
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Preston Sprinkle recently invited Doug Stuart to be on his podcast, Theology in the Raw. Doug discusses his journey from conservative political beliefs to libertarianism, which was influenced by his doubts about American foreign policy post-9/11 and his exploration of economics, particularly the Austrian School of Economics. He emphasizes the impor…
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In this episode, we engage with Pastor Tommy McMurtry to uncover the influences behind his theological journey and discuss his venture into the YouTube space, which has significantly impacted the religious community. The focal point of our conversation is Dispensationalism, a topic Pastor McMurtry has passionately critiqued, especially in his YouTu…
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Justin Tosi is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Texas Tech University. He works on moral, social, political, and legal philosophy. Brandon Warmke is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Bowling Green State University. He writes about ethics and politics. Today we discuss their book, "Grandstanding: The Use and Abuse of Moral Talk." (Re-Mastered…
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Faith Ventures welcomes my long-time friend and colleague Pat Dixon. Pat is an accomplished engineer, entrepreneur, and liberty advocate, and he is VP of Automation at Pulmac Systems and consults as well as DPAS, Inc. Pat and I discuss the evolution of our engineering careers, ethical dilemmas in the professional space, and the importance of mainta…
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In this episode of the Biblical Anarchy Podcast, host Jacob Winograd engages in a thought-provoking discussion with Kerry Baldwin, a fellow host at the Christians for Liberty Network and a prominent figure in the Libertarian Christian Institute. They delve into recent events and changes in Kerry's work life, including a grassroots liberty organizat…
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Arnold Kling, author of The Three Languages of Politics, joins us to discuss the complexities of political discourse and the tribalism that often underpins our beliefs and interactions. Throughout the episode, Klings dissects the challenges of communicating within the political sphere and the underlying motivations that drive these discussions. Kli…
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In this episode we continue our exploration of Dispensationalism and Romans 9-11, focusing on Romans 11 and the line of "all Israel will be saved." Does this mean what dispensationalists claim? We'll further explore the true meaning of Israel in the Bible and how the promises of the Abrahamic covenant have been fulfilled through Christ. The Biblica…
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