The George Buchanan Forum

by The George Buchanan Forum

We want to see Christians well-equipped to live their lives according to truth, and that truth should extend to every nook and cranny of life. When it comes to discussing politics, and the issues surrounding politics, we see Christians plagued by inconsistent thought. We need more intellecutal maturity in the integration of theology, Natural Law, and history. The George Buchanan Forum was created to provide and provoke this sor... Read more

Podcast episodes

  • E21 - Jeremy Bunch - A Libertarian View of Christian Nationalism

    E21 - Jeremy Bunch - A Libertarian View of Christian Nationalism

    Christian Nationalism has specifically come into its own in the last year as an ideological movement. One of the core driving forces of this movement is the insistence on recognizing objective truth about the world, not giving int...

    29:04
  • E20 - George Harrell: These Un-United States: National Myth and Political Reality in the American Founding

    E20 - George Harrell: These Un-United States: National Myth and Political Reality in the American Founding

    Calls for a resurgence of American nationalism are often defended by a supposed historical American national identity that emerged either with the Declaration of Independence in 1776 or with the adoption of the U.S. Constitution i...

    41:50
  • E19 - Chris Walker - The Last Chain: Building Economic Networks

    E19 - Chris Walker - The Last Chain: Building Economic Networks

    A dive into a critical analysis of monetary premia held by current currencies, and a proposal to support local human flourishing through digital currencies targeting local price stability via algorithmic central banks. George Buch...

    13:08
  • E18 - Jonathan McIntosh - What Should We Think About The Social Contract?

    E18 - Jonathan McIntosh - What Should We Think About The Social Contract?

    Social contract theory is the idea that the political community has its origins in, and that political legitimacy and obligation therefore rest upon, the consent of the governed. This lecture will revisit John Locke’s famous versi...

    21:55
  • E17 - Jonathan McIntosh - Common Grace vs. Political Presuppositionalism

    E17 - Jonathan McIntosh - Common Grace vs. Political Presuppositionalism

    The doctrine of common grace is important for helping us avoid two opposing ditches that Reformed Christians are prone to fall into in thinking about the possibility of a shared social order between believers and non-believers. Re...

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