70 episodes

Making self-ruled men to rule well and win the world.

The King's Hall Brian Sauvé, Dan Berkholder, & Eric Conn

    • Religion & Spirituality
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Making self-ruled men to rule well and win the world.

    The Alfred Option: Fortress Building in the Negative World with Timon Cline and Cliff Humphrey

    The Alfred Option: Fortress Building in the Negative World with Timon Cline and Cliff Humphrey

    In this episode we talk with Timon Cline and Clifford Humphrey about their article that ran in the American Reformer, titled Fortress Building in the Negative World. We also discuss Aaron Renn's work about life in the negative world, how to build strong outposts for cultural insurgency, and failures within the church and political sphere to address this new kind of world. We'll talk about Machiavelli's The Prince, why strong messaging works to filter out the wrong people and attract the right...

    • 1 hr 35 min
    The First Crusade & the Retaking of Jerusalem

    The First Crusade & the Retaking of Jerusalem

    We trace the heroic journey of Christian lords and knights like Duke Godfrey as they reconquer and retake Jerusalem. We'll also cover the battle of Nicaea and Antioch, including the miraculous appearance of Saint George. One of the key figures we'll also discuss is Bohemond, the giant-like hero, and his nephew, Tancred. We'll also ask pivotal questions for our own time: Which institutions could be retaken? Why is it right and proper that men follow other men and leaders who have won real figh...

    • 2 hrs 19 min
    Pope Urban II and the Call for the First Crusade

    Pope Urban II and the Call for the First Crusade

    In November of 1095, at the height of the Muslim invasion, Pope Urban II spoke from a platform outside the French city of Claremont, surrounded by an enormous crowd. There he roused noble knights and lords to defend Constantinople from a Muslim invasion and called them to retake Jerusalem for Christendom. In this episode, we talk about the men who answered the call, from Godfrey of Bouillon to Raymond of Toulouse. We'll discuss the People's Crusade, led by Peter the Hermit and Walter the...

    • 1 hr 38 min
    The Dark Spell Over the West: An Interview with Dr. Joe Rigney

    The Dark Spell Over the West: An Interview with Dr. Joe Rigney

    As C.S. Lewis told it, there's not just disenchantment happening about the history of the West and of Christendom, but an intentionally cast dark spell that blinds us to the glory and brightness that is our Christian heritage. In this episode, we talk with Dr. Joe Rigney about C.S. Lewis, the Silver Chair, and the insightful character, Puddleglum. We'll talk about fatherhood, Young Restless & Reformed, the Christian Nationalism movement, and what to expect from life in the negative w...

    • 1 hr 54 min
    The Patriarchy of Christendom

    The Patriarchy of Christendom

    In this episode, we seek to recover the patriarchy of the first Christendom, including the reformers. To men like Knox, Calvin, Vermigli, and others, headship and father rule were central, not secondary, issues upon which Christendom was built. C.S. Lewis included headship in his book, Mere Christianity, as a centrally important doctrine. We'll unpack nine principles that are central to a patriarchal vision, which is in turn essential for building Christendom.We also discuss the recent tweet ...

    • 2 hrs 24 min
    Last Stands: Jan Sobieski, The Winged Hussars, and The Siege of Vienna

    Last Stands: Jan Sobieski, The Winged Hussars, and The Siege of Vienna

    Journey back to the brink of history with us, where the fate of the West dangled precariously during the Siege of Vienna in 1683. Feel the intensity of the Ottomans' siege and Vienna's dire straits as we recount the arrival of Jan Sobieski and his famed Winged Hussars. Their legendary charge, the largest in history, didn't just shift the tide of battle—it signaled the beginning of the Ottoman Empire's decline and left a cultural imprint that echoes to this day, even inspiring Tolkien's tales ...

    • 1 hr 29 min

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