198: Who Are the Walking Dead?

198: Who Are the Walking Dead?

Posted on August 15, 2022

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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.

Individual Economics In The Black Community

Individual Economics In The Black Community

Posted on May 21, 2017

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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

The Curse of an Export-Oriented Economy

Posted on April 25, 2017

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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.

Assigned Reading:
– Idols for Destruction: The Conflict of Christian Faith and American Culture, Herbert Schlossberg

Capitalism in The Pulpit

Capitalism in The Pulpit

Posted on May 7, 2017

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In this episode of Setting the Record Straight, Dr. Jason Garwood explains why capitalism and free market economics ought to be preached from the pulpit, and how a lack of preaching the comprehensive claims of King Jesus has led to the rise of socialism. Thanks for listening!