Wed, 16 February 2022
A scary number of Americans now say violence may be necessary to fix the country. A new report looks at what combination of beliefs cause a person to endorse political violence, and why it’s more common on the right. Then, in response to last week’s interview, Phil unpacks how our modern belief in human goodness explains the rise in authoritarianism and populism. And, why are U.S. Christians supporting the “Freedom Convoy” in Canada? A recent study from Barna found more than one-third of pastors have seriously considered leaving ministry in the last year. What’s behind this crisis? Is the problem our culture, church members, how we’ve structured ministry, or is it pastors themselves? Skye talks to Glenn Packiam about his new book, “The Resilient Pastor,” and why it’s time to reexamine our assumptions about the church and its leadership. Plus, scientists create an artificial fish powered by love.
0:00 - Intro/updates from the crew
13:08 - Recap: Last week’s interview with Robert Tracy McKenzie
18:08 - Study: Moral divisions and authoritarian leaders
36:36 - Beliefs leading to endorsement of political violence
50:53 - News segment wrap-up
Interview with Glenn Packiam“The Resilient Pastor” - https://amzn.to/34WGgbK
54:17 - Interview intro
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