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!

Latest Podcasts

May 24th, 2017

Surprisingly, Trump’s recent speech in Saudi Arabia was one of the finest speeches on the Middle East that has come from an American president.

May 17th, 2017

Often, the trends that shape our times emerge slowly and are only in the background of the major news cycles. Stephen explains how this works.

May 10th, 2017

In the follow-up to this two-part episode, Stephen lists some books he believes will make wonderful summer reading.

May 3rd, 2017

A meaningful reading life quiets the soul, tames the heart, inflames the imagination, and helps to make us authentic.

April 26th, 2017

There is growing concern about the culture of American university campuses. Stephen explains what can be done.

April 19th, 2017

Stephen explains the good and the bad of Trump’s Syria policy and describes how the U.S. should conduct itself as a global superpower.

April 12th, 2017

Neil Gorsuch is now a U.S. Supreme Court Justice, but the process of getting him there has poisoned American politics.

April 5th, 2017

Stephen describes the pointed conspiracy and gruesome execution involved in the last days of Jesus Christ.

March 29th, 2017

It’s time for a global movement in favor of an independent Kurdistan.

March 22nd, 2017

Stephen responds to testimony from FBI Director James Comey and NSA Director Admiral Rogers, given to the House Select Intelligence Committee on March 20th.

March 15th, 2017

Stephen describes the story of one man who was kept at Guantánamo for fourteen years, only to be found innocent of any wrongdoing.