205: What Motivates You?
Humanism is failing because it lacks the moral force of Christianity, and its only means of survival is coercion and brute force through the state, media, and institutions. Christianity has the moral force. We have eternal motivation. But will we use them to win in history? Chalcedon president, Mark Rushdoony, discusses this important question.
198: Who Are the Walking Dead?
In this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast author and documentarian Kay Rubacek discusses her book revealing the world of the CCP and why those of us in the free world should endeavor to understand and discern the direction the West is heading.
192: What Can the Parables of Jesus Teach Us about Economics?
Robert Sirico of the Acton Institute is interviewed about his book The Economics of the Parables, in this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast.
132: Jesus and the Moneychangers: Is There Something We’re Missing?
In episode #132 of the Out of the Question Podcast, Jerry Bowyer, author of “The Maker versus the Takers: What Jesus Really Said About Social Justice and Economics,” presents the case that when we fail to grasp the context of the Gospels, we miss quite a bit.
131: Does Our Banking System Make Us Slaves?
In Episode 131, Mike Winther, of the Institute for Principle Studies, outlines the unbiblical nature of our monetary system and explains how it violates God’s law-word.
100: Should We Be Planning for Scarcity?
In episode #100 of the Out of the Question Podcast, scarcity vs. abundance is discussed from a Biblical perspective.
091: Should All Debts Be Forgiven?
In this 91st episode of the Out of the Question Podcast, debt forgiveness and the biblical Year of Jubilee are discussed.
Individual Economics In The Black Community
A follow up to the podcast on Is Group Economics the Answer to the Black Community. Trying to find answers to the financial crisis in black communities in the inner city, I address the solutions that have been presented by some. I attempt to give a biblical solution to what can be of help not only for the sake of people’s financial well-being but for the sake of the advancement of the Kingdom. Planting churches in the inner city is no easy task, and it is even harder with all of the financial barriers that come along with it.
Out of respect for Trevaris Tutt, we add this notice that he no longer holds to these views.
The Curse of an Export-Oriented Economy
Those who call for the US government to “stimulate the economy” by regulating import and export are calling for and economic disaster. They are calling for the government to turn us all into frugal tramps – and keep us so for the purposes of a government policy.
– Idols for Destruction: The Conflict of Christian Faith and American Culture, Herbert Schlossberg