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The Wild West of Political Theology: Part 3 - Even More Cheaply, from China
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The Wild West of Political Theology: Part 3 - Even More Cheaply, from China

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Ep 187: Dr Adam Koontz and Rev Jonathan Fisk talk about the life of Henry Kissinger and his role in the opening up of China, the narrow mindedness of looking only at an individual's effects on the world, an overview of Naselli's first five views on political theology, and finally an examination of views six and seven that blur the lines between religion and government.

Related links - What Is the Spectrum of Major Views on Political Theology? A Proposed Taxonomy of Seven Views on Religion and Government

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Dr Koontz - Trinity Lutheran Church

Rev Fisk - St Paul Rockford and Hebron Collegium

Music thanks to Verny

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A Brief History of Power
Every week Dr. Adam Koontz and Rev. Jonathan Fisk check their privilege against the backdrop of the wide and varied annals of history. You don‘t have to believe the Babel about the sons of Noah being a rosetta for understanding the postmodern global politic to agree that an intellectual dark web exists because history always rhymes, no matter what you try to do about it. You might not save the world by listening, citizen, but that doesn‘t mean you won‘t save someone. Because knowing is only the first half of the battle.