Episode

9/1 Julie J Ingersoll: Building God’s Kingdom: Inside the World of Christian Reconstruction

September 1, 2015

University of North Florida Professor and author of Building God’s Kingdom: Inside the World of Christian Reconstruction explains the importance of Christian thinker Rousas Rushdoony and the drive for Christian run nation and administrated country. The relationship between the Christian Right and The reconstruction movement. How the reconstruction agenda is helping shape education and prison policy. And what the next wave of the Christian agenda is gonna be.

On The Fun Half: Rick Perry loses his mind at a Christian rally. Scott Walker is a dummy and wants to build a wall on the Canadian border? A caller tells us about growing up Christian. What is Israel’s plan for Palestine and more abuses of the Occupation. How weird the Sarah Palin Donald Trump interview was. Is the Democratic Debate schedule rigged? Kentucky County Clerk Kim Davis defies the Supreme Court and refuses to grant a marriage licences to Gay couples and is confronted. Also your calls and IMs.

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