Ep 325: Spring 2023 Reading Rundown

Summary – Spring 2023 Reading Rundown

Though the Libertarian Christian Podcast may have a slight bias towards podcasts, we also love a good book. In this episode, hosts Doug Stuart and Alex Bernardo of the Protestant Libertarian Podcast sit down to talk about their reading habits and the books they’ve been enjoying recently, ranging from works of fiction like Harry Potter all the way to historical narratives about the Soviet Union. Whether you’re looking for some quality book recommendations or just want to know more about the hosts and their approaches to reading, this is a delightful and laid-back episode you’re not going to want to miss.

Alex Bernardo is part of the Christians for Liberty Network and is the host of the Protestant Libertarian Podcast. There, he explores the intersection between protestant Biblical studies and libertarian philosophy, addressing topics related to theology, history, culture, economics, philosophy, and current events from both protestant and libertarian perspectives.

More about Alex as well as links to all the books discussed in this episode can be found in the additional resources section below.

 

Main Points of Discussion

00:00 Introduction
01:45 Kindle, physical copies, & audiobooks
07:24 Highlighters or pens?
11:51 Doug and Alex’s reading goals
19:25 Fiction books
32:24 Books that impacted Alex
38:40 What’s Alex reading next?
40:14 Books that impacted Doug
44:11 What’s Doug reading next?

 

Additional Resources

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