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Candace Owens Speaks on Christian Nationalism and Financial Resilience in a Divided World






Show Notes:

Join host Ridgeway on "Financial Advisors Say the Darndest Things," the go-to Christian finance podcast, as he delves into the controversial topic of Christian nationalism and its implications for believers. In this episode, Ridgeway addresses the recent attacks on public figures like Candace Owens who is a black conservative and Justin Bieber, highlighting the intersection of faith, culture, and finance.


Key Discussion Points:


  1. Unpacking Christian Nationalism: Ridgway begins by dissecting the notion of Christian nationalism, which has sparked debates and controversies across media platforms. He explores how this term has been weaponized and misrepresented, leading to misunderstandings about the intersection of faith and patriotism.

  2. The Hollywood Spin: Ridgway sheds light on Hollywood's role in shaping public perception of Christianity, citing examples of documentaries like "God and Country" directed by Rob Reiner. He emphasizes the importance of discernment in navigating mainstream narratives that often demonize Christian beliefs.

  3. Financial Resilience Amidst Censorship: Against the backdrop of platform censorship and demonetization faced by figures like Candace Owens, Ridgeway encourages listeners to prioritize spiritual wealth over financial gain. He emphasizes the power of faith in overcoming adversities and staying true to one's convictions.

  4. Renewing Faith and Strengthening Prayers: Ridgeway urges Christians to reclaim their identity and heritage by deepening their understanding of biblical principles. He advocates for a proactive approach to spiritual growth, emphasizing the need to resist cultural pressures and stand firm in one's faith.

Quotes:

  1. "But to use Christian nationalist as a derogatory term is just sickening."

  2. "Suddenly Christianity is being smeared and libeled and attacked, and they are trying to make it synonymous with white supremacy."

  3. "Don't be ashamed of who you are and what you believe because they are coming for you."

Closing Thoughts:

As the episode concludes, Ridgeway reaffirms the importance of unity and resilience within the Christian community. Despite facing external pressures and attacks, he encourages listeners to remain steadfast in their beliefs and trust in God's provision. Join Ridgeway on this journey of faith, finance, and fortitude as we navigate the challenges of the modern world.


Keywords:

  • Christian finance podcast

  • Christian nationalism

  • Financial resilience

  • Hollywood propaganda

  • Platform censorship

  • Faith and patriotism

  • Spiritual wealth

  • Biblical principles

  • Cultural pressures

  • Christian identity


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About Financial Advisors Say The Darndest Things Podcast:


As Christians, we were taught to be good stewards over our tithing and giving to the less fortunate. But when it came to our personal finances and investing we were left clueless on what the Bible says. What does the Bible say about managing debt, leaving a legacy, investing, and planning for your retirement? Mr. Christian Finance answers these and many other questions because we want to teach you how to become rich and righteous!


Meet A.B. Ridgeway:


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A.B. Ridgeway, MBA (info@abrwealthmanagement.com) is the owner and Christian Financial Advisor with A.B. Ridgeway Wealth Management. With a decade in the finance industry, his goal is to give believers clarity around the most confusing topic in the Bible, money, and tithing. A.B. Ridgeway helps tithing Christians become cheerful givers but unlocking their money-making potential, so they can prosper and be the great stewards of the wealth God has entrusted them with.


*Disclaimer: This communication is not intended as an offer or solicitation to buy, hold or sell any financial instrument or investment advisory services. Any information provided has been obtained from sources considered reliable, but we do not guarantee the accuracy or the completeness of any description of securities, markets or developments mentioned. This is strictly for information purposes. We recommend you speak with a professional financial advisor.

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