Julia Tourianski rejoins the program, and this time she’s bringing more of a spiritual side to the conversation as she and Tatiana discuss a very personal topic: her Orthodox Christian faith. She talks about why spending more than two decades as an atheist led to an even stronger connection with Christ, and why she feels the Orthodox church best represents the intent of Jesus Christ. She shares her thoughts on The Bible, death, the afterlife, and — to bring discussion full-circle — why she feels the trend of depicting Christ as a socialist is theologically unsound.
Julie also talks about a new book she has co-authored, Thank God for Bitcoin: The Creation, Corruption & Redemption of Money, available now at Amazon. Click here to get your copy!
About the Guest:
Julia Tourianski (also known as Brave the World) is a promoter of anti-state mentality. She makes videos, writes articles, and helps organize events such as Toronto’s Liberty Now. Julia has close ties with the Ludvig Von Mises Institute of Canada, where she is a contributor and volunteer. She’s known to say that she’s in a love affair with private property, the free-market, non-aggression, self-ownership, and freedom. Oh, and her bitcoin address ends with “FU,” which is quite telling.
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Published at Tue, 15 Dec 2020 10:00:00 +0000