What comes after a season of plague? Renaissance. Join Stephen as he speaks to both of his podcast audiences in a single episode, pondering the thrilling potential of generational upheaval and the flowering of the human spirit. Stephen speaks as a historian of Shakespeare, Chaucer, Martin Luther, and others who [read more]
As we find ourselves in the throes of the coronavirus season, Stephen pulls back to discuss the coming trends in governance, the healthcare system, religion, and more. Tune in and ponder with him what America’s future may look like on the other side of this virus. And, remember, if we [read more]
As the coronavirus pandemic unfolds, many religious themes are boiling to the surface. In this episode, Stephen is critical of some of his fellow Christians, including Rodney Howard-Browne, who violated Scripture in his refusal to comply with a government request. He also takes NYC Mayor Bill DeBlasio to task for [read more]
There are five essential lessons we must learn from the coronavirus emergency. In this episode, Stephen tackles the big issues that plague our society, while closely examining how these problems have manifested specifically in the coronavirus pandemic. From disastrous outsourcing decisions to a lack of broad global thinking, the U.S. [read more]
During this coronavirus season, the Christian church is being forced to change. With crowd limits in place, church is going online. Some are thriving. Some are floundering. In this episode, Stephen speaks directly to church leaders. Because some version of this disaster will happen again, churches need to develop a [read more]
“Is America ready to embrace socialism?” This is one of the questions broadly pondered in recent months. It seems to have been answered with a resounding, “No.” Following the South Carolina and Super Tuesday primaries, we are beginning to see a return to normalcy. The United States is a centrist [read more]
Not sure what to think about coronavirus and its potential implications here in the U.S. and throughout the world? Don’t miss this episode! Stephen shares seven points, from the historical and practical to the philosophical. Tough times may be ahead, but we can weather this storm together.
Benjamin Franklin once said that when the people realize they can vote themselves money, that will be the beginning of the end for the republic. As we stand witness today to a rising trend of socialism in the U.S., Stephen asks the “why” and “how” questions that every voter must [read more]