The Cruelest Politician, Finnish Fines, and a UK Government Gone Rogue
Exciting times in this wicked and wonderful world
After a few weeks in Finland and a month in Canada with the family, I’m back in Wales and trying to buy a house in England. It’s been a busy week on the blog, so here’s your weekend reading roundup!
Tents, boat prisons, kidnap planes, and starvation are now par for the Conservative course.
One hyper-rich dude got a $130,000 speeding ticket.
Fossil fuel corporations now dominate national politics.
We’ve also introduced a new weekly column to Surviving Tomorrow called This Week In Money, which helps you understand the history of economics. Here’s the most recent issue:
I’ve also been promoting my new book, a myth-busting biography about the politics, economics, and philosophy of the world’s most influential revolutionary.
Common Good Magazine: What If Christians Have Stewardship All Wrong? (Hint: The Parable of the Talents doesn’t mean what you think it means.)
Red Letter Christians: Yehoshua the Rabbi (We can’t fully know Jesus without understanding his Jewishness.)
Belmont Village Church: A God Named… Josh? (I had the pleasure of sharing a Sunday teaching with my own dad!)
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