Dare to Think
Dare to Think Podcast aims to challenge and rethink our paradigms for understanding society, by applying Reformed Christian theology and Reformational philosophy to politics, religion, and culture, in order to encourage individual freedom and responsibility within our own spheres of influence.
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Exploring Foster Adoption with Dox Dixon
Summary – Exploring Foster Adoption with Dox Dixon There are many avenues of adoption and are mostly associated with adopting unwanted unborn babies. But what about foster adoption of already born children? What is the process of foster adoption like, what considerations should prospective adoptive parents consider? And what are
Inspiring Women to Choose Life with Emily Berning
Summary – What Will it Take For Women to Choose Life with Emily Berning What would it look like for us to take seriously the reasons women give for getting abortions? Some of the loudest prolifers believe that considering reasons why women get abortions will somehow give credence to the
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
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
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
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
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