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On June 14, an International Coalition for Religious Freedom in North Korea was launched, consisting of almost 200 activists, including Thae Yong-ho, a North Korean diplomat and defector to South Korea.  President and co-founder of Acton Institute, Rev. Robert Sirico joins the podcast to talk about communism in North Korea as well as his hopes for the coalition. On the second segment, Bruce Ashford, professor of theology at Soueastern Baptist Theological Seminary, addresses the relationship between family and state, plus ways he sees the breakdown of the family unit in America.

Check out additional resources for this podcast:

Activists Call for Religious Freedom in North Korea

5 Facts about North Korea’s Kim dynasty

Missiles, threats and sanctions: How should the United States respond to North Korea?

2 Ways Christians Can be the Conscience of America’s Political System (An Interview with Hunter Baker)

A (Religious) Alternative for American Politics

Register to hear Bruce Ashford on Child, Family, & State: Religious Liberty in a Secular Age

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