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Gridlock is good, at the national level. More political and economic decisions should be made at the state and local levels. The Bible calls for even more decisions at the family and church levels. A friend asked recently about the “horrible” in-fighting that was necessary to elect Kevin McCarthy speaker of the house. I……
 
Tom Mulligan is a member of the Highland Beef Pastoral Beef grazier group which fattens stock in partnership with Highland Beef. His skill in doing so is the result of growing up in the country, working on the farm, his openness to education and training, and being a keen observer of nature and animal behaviour. Tom is a stand-out example of the op…
 
Karl Marx said that workers should own the means of production. In the digital economy, they do: a computer and a smartphone. Karl Marx called for workers to have ownership of the means of production. When he wrote The Communist Manifesto with Friedrich Engels in 1847 they didn’t. In 2023, they do. You see, we’ve……
 
Dave and Bianca are a young powerhouse couple on a mission to provide Australia with clean regeneratively grown grass-fed meat, whilst supporting their supplier farmers with a nationwide opportunity to share their stories and nutritious produce. From humble beginnings, they have created Our Cow, a multi-million dollar business through crowdfunding …
 
China will NOT become the world’s greatest economic power, because their economic model is not aligned with reality, as the Christian Worldview is. The 18th and 19th centuries could be considered the centuries of the United Kingdom. And, the 20th was the century of the United States. The Chinese are claiming that the 21st……
 
Jason Cotter has had many and varied chapters to his life, known more recently for his foray into the world of heritage grains, plant breeding and bread making. Having almost fallen into his new farming career, Jason is now a leader in his field, with an appreciation of both the environmental and health benefits of ancient grains. Copy writing, cen…
 
#154 Predicting the Future Christians should look forward to the future with great anticipation. Of course the future is uncertain, but that’s what gives us economic freedom. Predictions are difficult, especially about the future. That quote from Danish physicist Neils Bohr was about the uncertain future use of nuclear power. But, it certainly……
 
Katherine Trebeck presented at the RCS Convergence Conference last July and her compelling session there and this interview centres around the economies of the world, their often misguided methods of measurement and indicators of 'success', and introduces the principles of the 'wellbeing economy', focusing on more human and community-centric measur…
 
#153 How to Destroy an Economy Four policies are attempting to destroy the US economy. Let’s pray they don’t. In the history of mankind, countries, and economies have come and gone. We know what destroys them. I’m sorry to observe that the United States economy, the greatest economy in world’s history, is taking steps……
 
#152 Giving to the Poor The Government is populated by people who serve their own self-interest, by spending other people’s money. Churches are populated by people who have committed to serve the interest of others, with their own money. Should we give to the poor, or help the poor? That interesting question was posed……
 
David Carter has been a man of the land all his life. As have his forebears at Scone in NSW. Just like so many people now on a regenerative journey a serious health scare made David look differently at his lifestyle and attitude toward his own state of health and that of his environment. Along with his stock and station agency, he is also a herd ma…
 
#151 Expressive Individualism Individualism is aligned with God’s design, expressive individualism is not. Homo economicus is a Latin term that explains what happens when humans are reduced only to economic maximizers. Unfortunately, we are headed toward the eventuality at a frightening speed. It’s explained in maybe the best book I read this year,…
 
Zach Bush has been physically absent from the Australian landscape for nearly 3 years, last in the country just days before the world shut down. Charlie's long-awaited in-person interview first lined up all those years ago with Zach was recorded amid his tour with the Farmers Footprint Australia team. As is Zach's habit, many topics were covered; t…
 
#150 The Avatar Election Political candidates present Avatars of themselves, hoping to get elected. Christian Economists seek reality, not fake people. In the recent election, we were encouraged to vote for a representation of a representative, not for a real human. Many candidates avoided debate, stayed out of the public, and hoped their……
 
Jacqueline McGlade is an enigma. If there was an award for squeezing in as many globally purposeful and individually challenging projects into one life Jacqueline would surely win! In this shorter-than-normal interview, Charlie catches glimpses of many aspects of Jacqueline's adventures and genius, hinting at a life that he hopes one day will be re…
 
Negative growth via socialism is being forced to live with less. Growth via free market capitalism is choosing to do more with less. It’s all about power. The serpent told Eve that if she ate the apple, SHE would be God. Things have not changed that much. People still want to be god, and…Kirjoittanut Dave Arnott
 
Blair Beattie has done many things, studied horticulture, worked in hospitality, travelled the world, farmed and lost and found himself several times. His latest adventure may well be his most important and impactful, the bringing of Farmers Footprint to Australia from the US, and in doing so building a bridge to one of the most influential minds i…
 
Walter is a pioneer of microbiology in Australia, cutting his teeth at the CSIRO in Canberra. His science-based experiences and wisdom are unique given his ability to implement them in meaningful ways in landscapes around the world. A true master of his craft, he continues to advocate for soil health improvement and uses real data to dispel many of…
 
#148 It is Better to Supply than to Demand We used to get our identity from what we supplied, now we get our identity from what we demand. Christians should get their identity from being made in the image of God. Your Name What’s your name? Even more interesting, what’s it mean? That is the…Kirjoittanut Dave Arnott
 
Cherie Gooding is an inspirational woman. From her own health challenges from an early age, through her veterinarian training and practice, and life-threatening tipping points, she has learned and adapted to whatever life has thrown her way. More recently she has adopted regenerative farming practices on her farm and a lifetime of experiences is no…
 
#147 The Digital Dollar Deceit As the Christian Economist, I worry about the threat to privacy posed by central bank digital currencies. The US government first issued paper currency in 1861. For over 160 years, we have used dollars as our currency. You might even say, cash has been king. But it might be replaced……
 
Charlie caught up with the prolific Dr Pran Yoganathan midway through an Introduction to Biodynamics workshop at Charlie's farm and could have spoken for 3 hours such is the depth of Pran’s knowledge of nutrition, human health, food as medicine and the influence Big Ag and Big Pharma has across the whole spectrum of related industries. Plenty of tr…
 
#146 Power Corrupts One-party rule threatens the power structure as well as the economy, not only within the United States, but China, and the rest of the world as well. In a letter to Bishop Mandell Creighton, Lord Acton wrote, “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” He was writing about Pope……
 
Nutritionist, author and advocate of real food production and consumption Diana Rodgers lead us through her journey of health challenges which gave her unique insight into the world of nutrition, environment, farming and ultimately health regeneration. Charlie and Diana also explore the forces and agendas at play hell-bent on leading us away from s…
 
#145 All Dogs Go to Heaven “Pets as children” violates the Christian Worldview. Humans should spend more of their scarce time with other humans, rather than pets. Something I wanted to say to Dennis Prager during the fireside chat, when his dog Otto was sleeping between us, “All dogs may go to heaven, but……
 
Charlie took aside a number of speakers and attendees of the Resource Consulting Services Australia (RCS) in July 2022 to dig into their thoughts and observations of the long-awaited 10 yearly conference. Listen as David McLean, Diana Rodgers, Stuart Austin, Blaire Beattie, Colin Feilen, Cherie Gooding, Murray Richardson, Matt Tonkin & Damon Gameau…
 
#144 Be Anxious about Nothing Anxiety is becoming its own industry which will slow GDP Growth, but for Christians, “…the peace of God which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.” I said to a young woman in my class recently, “You’re in the happiest group in the world. ……
 
Brock Hatton is a co-founder of Chief, a meat and collagen-based protein snack company founded on the mission of creating nutritious snack foods. Soon after his journey began he quickly realised there was much more to learn and advocate about the benefits of such a product, not just for human health, but also its contribution and connection to anim…
 
#143 Why Work? Three million Americans quit working, but how are they living when “there is no free lunch”? We are Biblically commanded to work in order to serve our neighbors. How can three million people leave the workforce and still make a living? Good question. There is no free lunch, but these folks……
 
Murray Richardson has spent his entire working life involved in the food industry, working with some of the largest and most well-known food manufacturing companies in Australia. More recently Murray founded a grass-fed beef supply chain business exporting to the US. Specialising in 'selling the sizzle not just the sausage' by telling the stories o…
 
#142 The Church of Environmentalism The latest pagan form to fill the God-shaped vacuum in humans is called environmentalism. It has its own church, high priests, and eschatology, but the economics don’t work. Economics is the study of the production and distribution of goods and services under scarcity. When applied to religion, we understand that…
 
Charlie and his wife Angelica reflect on their lives between podcast seasons, a wet winter, overwhelm, baking cakes and who's lined up for Season 6 of the Regenerative Journey. Episode Links: Optiweigh - https://www.optiweigh.com.au/ Episode Credits: Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our host Charlie Arnott. Our producer is Rhys Jone…
 
#141 Christianity is Good for You An “investment” in Christianity pays twice: Here on Earth, AND in Heaven. As the Christian Economist, I operate in two camps: Christians are concerned about the means, and economists are concerned about the ends. It just happens that being a Christian is good for both. The ends are good……
 
The IRS is getting 87,000 new agents. It would take only 25,000 to audit every millionaire, and the bottom 57% pay no taxes. They will target the middle class. The terribly misnamed Inflation Reduction Act contained an $80 billion increase in the IRS budget. The IRS says they will hire 87,000 new agents with……
 
#139 The Economics of Virtue Signaling We’re all bad men. Some bad men have good policies, some bad men have bad policies, but the policy of virtue signaling is always “bad” economics. Virtue signaling became popular during the waning days of Covid, when people would wear a mask as a way of indicating they……
 
#138 The Soul of a Nation In the Christian worldview, nations don’t have a soul, only individuals do. There is no soul in Socialism, only power. President Biden gave a speech recently addressing the “Soul of the Nation.” President Biden said, in part, “The soul is what makes us, us.” Well, it doesn’t. It’s……
 
#137 Student Loan Forgiveness Student loan forgiveness decreases the incentive to work: it is regressive. It makes the Federal Government the owner of the education of 40 Million Americans. What will the government expect in return? Christians tend to believe that only God can forgive sin. But increasingly, it’s looking like government officials th…
 
Charlie's guest for the final episode of Season 5 is Bruce Pascoe. This episode was recorded in late May in Sydney where Charlie was honored to interview Bruce 'live' as part of the Fairlight Butcher's series of events featuring renowned thought leaders from the world of regenerative agriculture. Settle in for this fascinating episode in which Bruc…
 
Charlie's guest for the penultimate episode of Season 5 of TRJ is Jay Marinis. Jay is on a mission to recreate the essence and culture of a traditional 'Public House' in the Adelaide Hills - to bring together community into a hub of food gardening, mental health therapy, cultural exchange and social change. Jays enthusiasm is inspiring, as is his c…
 
Charlie's guests for this episode of TRJ are 6th & 7th generation farmers John & Kym Kalleske. John & Kym have successfully combined traditional farming family values, Biodynamic farming practices and innovative modern wine making on their farm in the Barossa Valley in South Australia. Their products speak volumes of their commitment to quality and…
 
Charlie's guest for this episode of TRJ is Rose Kentish. Rose is an enigma - combining her love of making wine that captures the flavours and perfume of landscape and terroir, with social change, species preservation, regenerative farming and climate action. She is a woman 'for purpose' much like her beverage company Sparkke. Head over here to see …
 
Charlie's guest for this epsiode of TRJ is Arne Rubinstein. Arne Rubinstein started his professional life at the coal face of youth trauma and misadventure in several Emergency Rooms in regional NSW. Through his own research, observations and investigations, Arne identified a critical stage in the development of our youths was missing - a tradition…
 
Charlie's guest for this episode is his beautiful wife Angelica. Charlie has had many and varied interesting discussions with his wife Angelica and decided it was about time to share them with the world. The episode delves into her own regenerative journey from model, pop singer, and actress, to farming life. Angelica's values and attitude to healt…
 
Charlie's guest for this episode of TRJ is Bert Glover. Through family challenges and plenty of on-farm experience, Bert Glover has created a business that allows farmers to leverage the Natural Capital of their farms, and attract capital investment into the regenerative farming space. Charlie caught up with Bert at the Maia Grazing field day for t…
 
Charlie's guest for this episode of TRJ is Bart Davidson. Bart has traversed a career in agriculture all his adult life and there are not many people Charlie knows who have such a broad skill set and experience in the agricultural industry, even rarer considering Bart was not born into a farming family. His regenerative journey started with 'the tr…
 
Part 2 of Charlie’s marathon interview with the Godfather of regenerative Australian agriculture focuses on Terry’s development of holistic farm management in an Australian context, the vision of RCS Australia, Natural Capital, and finally the convergence of agriculture, human and planetary health, as well as subtle energies. Head over here to see …
 
Charlie's guest for this episode of TRJ is Terry McCosker. After a few false starts and nearly a 2 year wait, Charlie finally sat down with Terry in the Brisbane City Botanic Gardens for a marathon 3 hour conversation. In this first part Terry leads us through a character strengthening childhood, finding his agricultural focus and the challenges of…
 
Charlie caught up with Glen on his new farm to explore his regenerative journey. It's clear his 7 years at sea circumnavigating the globe with his parents as a boy set up attitudes and behaviours that have stood him in good stead through his fascinating business life, developing personal brands and scaling up businesses. His observations of the sim…
 
Charlie's guest for this episode of TRJ is Nat Kelley. Nat Kelley is a Peruvian born Australian actress who has made a name for herself in Hollywood not just for her acting but also for her sincere and impassioned support of indigenous cultures around the world and the advocacy of regenerative farming and soil building practices. Charlie interviewe…
 
Charlie opens TRJ Season 5 with some reflections on the period of time between podcast seasons, announcing some of his future guests, the exciting collaboration with regenerative farm training and advisory business RCS Australia and thoughts on the year ahead. Head over here to see show notes and links.…
 
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