A Voice in the Wilderness In Defense of "Mere Conservatism"

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The RJ Moeller Show: A Very Acton Special

This episode of The R.J. Moeller Show podcast is a bonus hour from some of the conversations we had with attendees of the Acton University conference last month in Grand Rapids, MI.

The first segment is an interview with my friend Alan Shlemon who works for the Christian organization Stand to Reason.

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Alan and the good folks at STR.org are doing tremendous work, training and equipping Believers with the intellectual tools and real-world practice needed to articulate and defend their faith in the public square.  STR needs to become a household name in Christian homes and churches across the country.  Plus, Dennis Prager likes these people, so what else would you need to know?

The second half of the hour is a dialogue Matt Levon and I had with friends-of-the-show Britton Smith, Joseph Sunde, and Drew Cleveland.  We played a rousing round of "Name that Liberal", discussed potential GOP nominees for 2012, and shared some of our favorite moments from the conference.

Remember to check out Mr. Sunde's excellent website, Remnant Culture, and as always, don't forget that you can download us on iTunes!

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The basic ideas, ideals, and values that generally define and characterize the central tenets of what today might be termed "modern conservative thought."

We believe that a proper understanding of history, economics, and theology leads to certain conclusions. Many of these are the same conclusions our Founding Fathers arrived at in constructing a "more perfect union."

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