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Welcome to the official podcast of the Chalcedon Foundation hosted by Mark Rushdoony, Martin Selbrede, and Andrea Schwartz.

Nov 29, 2023

Chalcedon scholar and vice-president Martin Selbrede discusses his recent article in the “Arise & Build” newsletter (“A Stone Cut Without Hands”) in which he critiques Stephen Wolfe’s controversial book “The Case for Christian Nationalism.”

Hosted by Mark Rushdoony, Martin Selbrede, and Andrea Schwartz

Oct 17, 2023

Subversive activity seeks to undermine society, and a significant factor in these schemes is the subversion of words where meaning is hijacked to make way for revolution and marginalize opponents. This is especially damaging when the subversion is happening within Christianity itself.

Hosted by Mark Rushdoony, Martin...

Sep 28, 2023

Humanistic thinkers like Freud and Bertrand Russell believed that the decline of religion would follow the solving of societal ills while diminishing any sense of guilt. In this sense, they wanted to build a society free from religion, which would only mean that it would reconstructed by the religion of man.

To achieve...

Aug 22, 2023

The modern world witnesses a troubling drift, as many today, detached from history and divine purpose, see humans as merely “disposable.” This perspective is a far cry from the “dominion man” envisioned by the Scriptures—man made in God’s image to steward and lead creation with purpose.

Tragically, this...

Jul 20, 2023

The doctrine of selective depravity, favored by humanism, stipulates that certain people are inherently evil, creating conflict by targeting specific groups instead of addressing universal sin.

This perspective distorts the biblical concept of salvation, replacing Christ’s role with a self-identified “righteous”...