So of course this is going to be a total mind blow.
And it works.
Joel Salatin is a “beyond organic” farmer in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. He believes God’s plan for creation is not one of abandonment, but one of abundance. We are called to use our creativity to be co-creators with God so that humanity might flourish.
Many Christian libertarians don’t see the connection between their faith and political views, or struggle to reconcile the two seemingly unrelated worlds. Meet five young professionals in the liberty movement who are libertarians because they are Christians. They believe principles of limited government and individual freedom are compatible with biblical principles, while holding fast to the absolute truth of Christianity. Can faith be the future of the liberty movement?
*Recorded on 2/15/14 at the International Students for Liberty Conference in Washington, D.C.
Joel Salatin is a “beyond organic” farmer in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. He sits down with us to talk about the biblical view of stewardship and how this translates to his work at Polyface Farm.