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One of the Most Enjoyable Conversations I've Ever Had with Historian Bill Federer and Rob McCoy

One of the Most Enjoyable Conversations I've Ever Had with Historian Bill Federer and Rob McCoy

Update: 2022-06-263
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Charlie welcomes one of the foremost history experts in the entire country, Bill Federer, author of the newsletter and devotionals (and 25 history books), The American Minute. Bill lays out exactly why America is an exceptional nation, unlike any other country in the history of the world. Bill explains why the soil of America was uniquely poised for a revolution of human freedom unlike any the world had ever seen. Why was the soil of America perfect for freedom when so many other regions of the world have failed to accomplish such an outcome? Bill has some incredible answers for this question that you have to hear. But fast forward to 2022, Charlie asks Bill why America is in trouble? What does history tell us about our current moment? What does the Bible say? What does the history of Rome and Greece tell us about the United States? But as Charlie points out, America is not Rome, it is not ancient Greece, so where does this end? What is the Fibonacci sequence and the Fifth generation of war have to say about America's current moment of conflict? For one of the most profound conversations you will ever hear, brought to you by Bill Federer and Rob McCoy, this is an absolutely can't miss episode of The Charlie Kirk Show. 

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One of the Most Enjoyable Conversations I've Ever Had with Historian Bill Federer and Rob McCoy

One of the Most Enjoyable Conversations I've Ever Had with Historian Bill Federer and Rob McCoy

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