Author Interviews

Episode 8 – George Gilder on the Cryptocosm and Life After Google

Today's guest is George Gilder, a prolific author, economist, investor, and techno-futurist. In the 1970s Gilder wrote a controversial book about gender roles in society, originally titled Sexual Suicide, but later revised and reissued under the title Men and Marriage. In the 1980s, as an articulator and defender of Supply-Side Economics, he became known as...

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Episode 7: Dr. Robbie Castleman on Parenting in the Pew

Today's guest is Dr. Robbie Castleman. She is a professor emeritus of Biblical studies at John Brown University in Siloam Springs, AR, where she has taught for 17 years. Dr. Castleman is the author of the book Parenting in the Pew: Guiding Your Children Into the Joys of Worship. She first published it back in...

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Episode 6: Pat Flynn on How to Be Better at (Almost) Everything

[Make sure and listen to the podcast episode with Pat, and don't forget to scroll down for details on how to WIN a copy of the book!] Pat Flynn is one of the most interesting people I've ever met, and that fact alone is sufficient proof of the potency of his philosophy–after all, such a response is exactly what one would expect from a person pursuing a lifestyle of generalism. So what is generalism? It's...

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Episode 2 – Tom Nelson and The Economics of Neighborly Love

Dr. Tom Nelson is president of Made to Flourish, a non-profit organization focused on helping pastors connect orthodox faith, work, and economics. Tom is also the senior pastor of Christ Community Church in Kansas City. He has served on the Board of Regents of Trinity International University and is on the leadership team of the Oikonomia...

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