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Podcasts

Decriminalizing Sex: Where Prostitution Meets Purity Culture

Summary – Decriminalizing Sex: Where Prostitution Meets Purity Culture An odd twist in my research on a libertarian theory of reproductive rights (and abortion), I’ve had to dive into how the criminal justice system treats the crime of rape. In doing so, I’ve been led to what might appear to be very strange. The parallels between the culture surrounding illicit sex work and evangelical purity culture. I cannot say where any causal relations lay between

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Podcasts

Reformed Libertarians with Gregory Baus

Summary – Reformed Libertarians with Gregory Baus Today I’m announcing a new podcast that I’ve been working on and will be co-hosting. Many of you know that I’m a Reformed Christian who is also libertarian. But what you may not realize, is the extent to which my libertarian views are grounded in the Reformed faith. For the past years, I’ve been one of the only Reformed libertarians with a major platform. This has created a

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Critical Thinking

Shane Rosenthal and the Humility of Healthy Skepticism

Summary – Shane Rosenthal and the Humility of Healthy Skepticism Amid all the tribalism and polarization we see today, Christians could learn something from The Humble Skeptic Podcast. Shane Rosenthal, host of the Humble Skeptic Podcast, joined me to discuss this new project, and the value of thoughtful and reflective Christians. We discuss a number of things, including the problem of the left-right paradigm that appears in politics, religion, and culture. How do we discuss

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Podcasts

Is the Billy Graham Rule Above Reproach?

Summary | Is the Billy Graham Rule Above Reproach? Is the Billy Graham Rule Above Reproach? What do I mean by this question? It’s been suggested by many holding to biblical sexual ethic that the Billy Graham Rule is a prudential “rule of thumb” intended to mitigate the temptation for sexual sin. But is this true? As I’ve discussed and interacted with Christians over the years, I’ve found there two basic interpretations of this rule.

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Podcasts

Restorative Justice and Christianity with Kathleen McGoey

Summary | Restorative Justice and Christianity with Kathleen McGoey Kathleen McGoey is a trainer and facilitator of Restorative Justice Practices & Conflict Transformation. She has Master’s in International Peace & Conflict Studies from the University of Innsbruck, Austria, and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame. McGoeyis the former Executive Director of Longmont Community Justice Partnership (LCJP), where she oversaw community restorative justice programs in partnership with police and schools. She co-authored The Little

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Philosophy

Reformed Christians Discuss a Libertarian View of Abortion

Summary | Reformed Christians Discuss a Libertarian View of Abortion Since 2020, Christians (in particular, but certainly Christians more broadly) have been faced with real questions about the proper, God-ordained role of civil governance, love of neighbor, liberty of conscience, and human flourishing. One major issue at the forefront is that of abortion and reproductive rights. Kerry Baldwin joins “Chortles” and “Wresby” on Presbycast, a Confessionally-Reformed Christian podcast to discussion libertarianism and the libertarian view

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