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The United States staged a coup in 1954 to protect the United Fruit Company. We overthrew a democratically elected leader. In 1954 the United States government, led by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, staged a coup to oust President Jacobo Arbenz of Guatemala....
Billy Graham was the most influential preacher in the 20th century. His fight against communism, but not communists, help to shape the American Christian Church.
Does the patriot church want a savior or a king? This podcast episode explores the book of 1 Samuel and our nagging desire to be like the world.
The CIA and Ad Council targeted propaganda at the American people. Their efforts helped to create Christian America.
Those Ten Commandments monuments that we fight over? Many of them were placed there as part of a marketing campaign for one of the highest grossing films of all time.
The labor movements of the 1800s and 1900s sparked, of all things, the National Prayer Breakfast. Hear the fascinating story of Abraham Vereide, Christian America, and the National Prayer Breakfast
The New Deal was an effort to pull the US out of the Great Depression – some saw it as “the Christian thing to do” while libertarians saw it as creeping socialism.
Heath W Carter, author of Union Made and The Pew and the Picket Line, talks with Chris about labor unions, Christian socialism, and ideas of work.
Princeton Theological Seminary Professor Heath W. Carter walks us through the rise of labor movements and various opinions on Christianity and unions.