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5.3 Noahide Law

God says that if a man murders another man then by another man's hands will his own blood be shed. Some say this establishes the death penalty. Some would say it establishes govern...

This begins our study on how Christians should consider the state. The story of Adam and Eve and the curses that follow the fall have much to say about rulership. This sets the sta...

5.1 Intro to Season 5

Welcome to Season 5 of the podcast. This season is based on the biblical principles and passages that deal with how we should live in an immoral and corrupt world, under immoral an...

4.23 Wrap Up of Season 4

To wrap up Season 4, I go back and briefly identify the more detailed accounts of the content from the season that I had covered in seasons 1-3. This will give a good idea of what ...

It's time to apply what we've learned practically. This episode is all about building out the parallel society, one based on voluntary interactions, love, respect, and free will. T...

How do we then live in an immoral and corrupt world, surrounded by systems with the same nature? You may seek to fight it or seek to reform it or simply build something better in p...

Secular religion doesn't overtly follow a god or deity and thus seems to be a contradiction in terms. However, when we dive into Statism, the Church of Woke, and Scientism, we see ...

This is the foundation of the theology of obedience, both to God and the governing authorities. I use scripture as well as some extra biblical sources to lay out the Christian argu...

4.18 The Natural Order

This is a framework for the Natural Order of things. It relates to the universal principles of our reality that we all experience and can see in the natural world. The core foundat...

It's time to take what has been covered up to now and apply it in a direct and personal way. I go over investing in stocks, gold, and crypto as well as alternative investment strat...

Technocracy- what it is, historical examples, fictional allusions, and how to understand it in today's context. I bring in Machiavelli's the Prince, Orwell's 1984, Bentham's Panopt...

I will be gone for 2 weeks so until then, please send in your requests regarding the options I mention in this episode and get caught up on episodes you haven't listened to yet.   ...

4.14 The Future is Now

I take the analysis of Vin Armani (Cyprian), Michael Vlahos, Julianne Romanello, and Allison McDowell and discuss their perspectives in light of current events, where we are in the...

4.13 Ages of Man

Humanity has gone through 4 great Ages and is now entering its 5th. These have been the Age of Survival, the Age of Religion, the Age of Empire, the Age of Economics, and now the A...

There are a great many social cycle theories out there and this is an introduction to many of the most relevant for our time and this current series. I cover Khaldun, Tonnies, Durk...

Wrapping up this series on the parallels between the Reformation and modern shifts, this episode focuses on the present and future juxtaposed to the Reformation and the 30 Years Wa...

Continuing the comparison of the Middle Ages through the Reformation and 30 Years War, we now get into the economic, theological, and cultural shifts that were/are occurring. These...

There are many patterns and parallels in history that are very applicable to our modern milieu in various ways but one in particular that has all the same major shifts- the Reforma...

The system is broken. You can reform it, fight it, or build something better. I advocate for the latter option. This includes alternative systems like homeschooling, self-sufficien...

4.7 The State of Society

  Now that we've covered the history, evolution, and corruption of society, it's time to go over the current state of things. This spans from our current economic situation to the ...

The West can be thought of as a culture, a conspiratorial movement, allied countries, or many other frameworks. I find it helpful to take a classic view of the gods as being region...

To continue the macro look at corruption and conspiracy, we start with the Rothschilds. This goes from their early days to modern day. Cecil Rhodes and his roundtable groups are co...

From Darwin and Galton to Woodrow Wilson and Kennedy, I cover quotes and excerpts related to the topics of corruption, conspiracy, and the New World Order. This is not focused on t...

Continuing the look at modern history and the set up of our current systems, this episode looks at the why and the how behind much of the corruption and conspiracy behind the scene...

This episode is all about the of the Age of Economics. This includes the most popular political philosophies from modern history, economic models and their impacts, the setting up ...

To understand modern society, we need to understand its foundational systems. To understand these, we must know at least the basics of their origin and influences on them that brou...

4.0 Our Foundations

This is the beginning of season 4 as well as the beginning of an overview of the entire podcast thus far. It's a great place to start listening for newcomers and should be a valuab...

The early church fathers had a lot to say regarding the state. Here, I try to stick with the first generation church and what they said themselves about Statism. I also include acc...

This episode wraps up the look at technocracy frameworks. The Kingdom of God perspective is unique in that is is independent of the other 3 and very in line with agorism, anarcho c...

Options for Season 4

This is a break from our regularly scheduled program to insert an opportunity and request for listeners to help choose what the next season of the podcast will focus on. Will it be...

There is much to look into in relation to the Christian and the State but the focus here is on a relatively technocratic view of governing society through Christian values. Augusti...

The Foundation series by Isaac Asimov gives a very good picture of what soft technocracy looks like, and even how it compares with and pairs with more material and openly structure...

Brave New World by Aldous Huxley is the perfect sequel to Plato's Republic, as it really brings Plato's ideas into a technological setting and gets more firmly into the concept of ...

Plato's Republic is the proto model for technocracy. He takes us from the more material and hierarchical perspective to something more all encompassing. His view is more philosophi...

It's time to bridge the gap between the first manifestation of technocracy and its evolution. The more material examples from the previous few episodes are expanded and taken to th...

The technocracy assessment continues as I use the Panopticon writings of Jeremy Bentham to get a better understanding of how the early stage, material technocracy manifests. I use ...

3.23 1984 Technocracy

This isn't a summary of 1984 or even on the general parallels of today's world. This is a look specifically at how 1984 and technocracy compare. Today's example is our current burg...

Machiavelli's The Prince is focused on power and control for a ruler. The concepts and insights made are very potent when applied to a modern technocracy. This is what I do in this...

This episode begins a short series on frameworks for viewing and understanding the coming technocracy by using allusions, mostly to well known books. This includes Machiavelli's Th...

This episode bounces around a bit between Technocracy and societal trends with a bit on transhumanism, Woke theology, and even PMAs (Private Membership Associations).     Our Found...

There was more to cover related to scientism and more to introduce on the subject of technocracy. For Scientism, it is mostly the issue of the is-ought problem. Science provides kn...

The writings of William Henry Smyth are explored as I continue to delve into the roots of Scientism. He is reportedly the first to use the term technocracy and his writings give a ...

Scientism as a secular religion is introduced in this episode but it quickly turns back to the roots of the movement. This brings us to Plato's Republic and specifically the aspect...

This episode focuses on the second secular religion to be explored in this series- The Church of Woke. I then tie it to the other main secular religions and assess how they are ent...

Secular religion is alive and well in today's world. Gone are the days of near universal acceptance of the gods but other structures have taken their place for the modern man. Secu...

The Christian concept of discipleship is key to understanding how the early Church put their beliefs into action. It is also a concept that voluntaryists, agorists, and like minded...

This episode applies a Christian perspective to how to live under an immoral system without supporting it or attacking it. How does the Christian submit without support? Yeshua tea...

There are many strategies for achieving more liberty in our lives and in society writ large that do not involve participating in immoral systems or means. The first discussed is ag...

This is part 2 of my interview with Pete Quinones. We continue discussing the two strategies that we respectively have been promoting. This is a great discussion and exploring thes...

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