Bridge Livwat & have conversations that need to be had.
85: American Idols with Jimmy Humphrey
Jimmy Humphrey and Bridge Livwat discuss what our idols are and why our idolatry becomes such an important part of our identity.
84: Liberation Theology and Defunding The Police with Mason Mennenga
Mason Mennenga explains what liberation theology is and what he means when he says that we need to defund the police.
Mason’s website: https://masonmennenga.com/
Mason’s Twitter page: https://twitter.com/masonmennenga
83: In Defense of Capitalism with Brad Walker
Bridge has Brad Walker on the podcast to explain the merits of capitalism.
Brad’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/brad.walker.96199
82: Practical Examples of Socialism with Taylor From New Transcendentalist
Bridge Livwat brings back Taylor from New Transcendentalist to give practical examples of socialism.
Act.tv’s video on democratic socialism: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcAQB3oPzt0
Taylor mentions the book “Confessions of an Economic Hitman” https://www.amazon.ca/New-Confessions-Economic-Hit-Man-ebook/dp/B017MZ8EBM/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=confessions+of+an+economic+hitman&qid=1599919892&sr=8-1
81: Women in Ministry with Amy Sondova
Amy talks to Bridge about her experience as a woman in ministry.
Follow Amy on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/JustAmyZing
Amy’s website: https://sheisbeloved.com/
80: What Exactly is Socialism? – With Taylor from The New Trancendentalist
Taylor from The New Transcendentalist explains a positive view of socialism and talks about what we typically get wrong about socialism.
For Taylor’s blog: https://medium.com/@newtranscendentalist
For Taylor’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/newtranscendentalist/https://www.instagram.com/newtranscendentalist/
Socialism for Dummies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysZC0JOYYWw&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR0N9nbWNRWKZaH2Fa07gzrJUXxkeXBspgDyLHj_cecgcRxj2ZXDhepdrDg
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I listened to the most recent episode on intellectual hospitality. I highly enjoyed the intellectual sensitivity of the discussion to the wide variety of issues being tackled under banner of social justice. I found it highly stimulating.