This Week on A Brief History of Power
Dr Koontz and Rev Fisk talk about the infiltration of godless ideology into education and its effects on the sciences, the practices of Jewish schools in New York and why they are in place, the responsibility of Christians to live as citizens of their country, conformity that comes from education, and the importance of truth over sheer group continuance.
Dr Koontz and Rev Fisk discuss political theater by examining the differences between the Democratic and Republican parties at the end of the New Deal era, the election controversies of the year 2000, and why the current regime has such a tenuous control of the country.
Dr Koontz and Rev Fisk talk about the study of economics, the over reliance on expert authorities, what is the stock market, what lead to the Great Depression and what was done to correct it, why people fail to understand perennial problems, and the importance of seeing life in a long timeframe.
Dr Koontz and Rev Fisk talk about how baptism is discussed in the church, social engineering, the pursuit of significance looked at through the life of Herbert Hoover, the need for leaders to study the liberal arts, and why belief in the doctrine of justification is the best way to not worry about the opinions of man.
Dr Koontz and Rev Fisk talk about the IRS’s hiring of armed agents and the fear it is intended to instill, the need to sacrifice for future generations, the depression induced by constantly living vicariously, and what can be learned from the life of Herbert Hoover.
Dr Koontz and Rev Fisk continue answering listener questions, this week discussing the Gentle Parenting movement and the right application of discipline, fracturing in the church and how to prevent it, arranged marriages, and the religious aspects of transhumanism.