Stephen Mansfield is a New York Times bestselling author, a popular speaker, an advisor to leaders around the world, and an activist for a number of frontline social causes. He brings all of this passion and experience to The Stephen Mansfield Podcast. In short, fiery, informative talks, Stephen boldly deals with topics as wide ranging as learning how to learn and the crisis of racism in our time, as controversial as religion in politics and the loss of vital manhood in our generation. Join us every week for another exciting, learned, stirring “Mansfieldian” romp!
November 22, 2017
In what has become a Stephen Mansfield Podcast Thanksgiving tradition, Stephen tells the story of the Pilgrim Thanksgiving, the one that has inspired the American holiday.
November 15, 2017
Stephen firmly believes sexual abuse of any kind is both sin and criminal. Yet he’s also concerned about how some of these cases are developing – precisely because he is so opposed to any kind of sexual abuse.
November 8, 2017
In this podcast, recorded in Jerusalem, Stephen shares some observations from his year of international travel: from seeing a group of ISIS warriors to watching Israel’s response to the rising tide of antisemitism in the U.S.
November 1, 2017
Stephen has written on the faith of several former Presidents, including George W. Bush and Barack Obama. In this podcast, he addresses the reasons why his most recent book is not called The Faith of Donald Trump.
October 25, 2017
Stephen describes the U.S. abandonment of the Kurds as “absolutely stunning.” Find out why it’s so important that the U.S. government and press should begin paying attention this crisis in the Middle East.
October 18, 2017
In this podcast, Stephen reveals how a Canadian-American man born in South Africa could change the world through his work in Puerto Rico. Can you guess who he’s talking about and what the man might do?
October 11, 2017
There are two stories unfolding in the world: the progress of governments and the progress of private firms and individuals. The U.S. education system tends to focus on the former. In this podcast, Stephen takes a closer look at the latter.
October 4, 2017
The tragic Las Vegas shooting raises questions for society and gun-owners, in particular. Is there a compelling reason for a person to own an automatic assault weapon? What is the loss to the average citizen in increasing restrictions surrounding automatic assault weapons?
September 20, 2017
Why does the U.S. oppose the Kurds, a people group 35 million strong? A group that’s a century overdue for independence, loyal allies to the United States, pro-democratic, pro-Israel, and pro-Western?
September 13, 2017
In the recent presidential election, some religious leaders were so full-throated in endorsing Donald Trump that they nearly became part of his PR staff. There is a better, more noble, even holier way to go.
September 6, 2017
When Republicans took the House, the Senate and the White House in the recent presidential election, they should have been ready to lead on the first day in office. Instead, infighting and lack of preparation led to embarrassing defeats.