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restorative justice and Christianity kathleen mcgoey
Podcasts

Restorative Justice and Christianity with Kathleen McGoey

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. Kathleen is the former Executive Director of Longmont Community Justice Partnership (LCJP), where she oversaw community restorative justice programs in partnership with police and schools. Kathleen co-authored The Little Book of

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reformed christians libertarian view of abortion
Originally Published on The Libertarian Christian Institute

Reformed Christians Discuss a Libertarian View of Abortion

Reformed Christians Discuss a Libertarian View of Abortion | Kerry Baldwin and Presbycast 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

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Response to John Stossel on Abortion Kerry Baldwin
Originally Published on The Libertarian Christian Institute

Hopeful Response to John Stossel on Abortion

Response to John Stossel on Abortion | Kerry Baldwin and Doug Stuart John Stossel on abortion For the past 50 years, the abortion debate has been a polarized issue with common ground on either side. This polarization has created a perfect storm that suggests a deeply divided country. A single data point gets twisted by both sides. 61% of Americans believe 1st trimester abortion (up to 13 weeks) should be legal. The pro-choice side twists

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thinking well, high stakes situations
Podcasts

Ep. 28 Thinking Well in High Stakes Situations

Thinking Well in High Stakes Situations | Show Notes Summary It’s easy to believe high stakes situations – like a pandemic – create an imperative to act first. But this is false! Thinking well in high stakes situations means making better decisions under pressure. We cannot take purposeful action, or well-reasoned action without thinking first. This is counterintuitive to most us. When we’re under pressure to make a life-altering decisions, it’s easy to believe a

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Christian libertarian alliance against abortion
Interviews

A Christian Libertarian Alliance Against Abortion with Keith Knight

Summary: A Christian Libertarian Alliance Against Abortion In this episode, Kerry Baldwin was invited on with Keith Knight of the Don’t Tread on Me podcast and the Libertarian Institute. Knight asked Baldwin numerous questions about Christianity and libertarian philosophy. Most of the focus was on the topic of abortion. Can there be an alliance between non-religious and Christian libertarians on the question of abortion? Baldwin thinks so and describes much of the common ground pro-life

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Podcasts

Mistaken Christian Views of Culture

American Christians are no stranger to the idea of culture. But there are number of ways in which they treat the Christian’s relation to culture poorly. Some mistaken Christian views of culture are derived from two broader theoretical views: Scholasticism and Theonomy. This is part two of my interview with Gregory Baus. Listen to part one here: Rethinking a Reformed Christian View of Culture

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