Business in the Kingdom

Every part of life is, or at least should be, in the Kingdom of God. As the great theologian Abraham Kuyper once said, “There is not a square inch in the whole domain of our human existence over which Christ, who is Sovereign over all, does not cry, ‘Mine!'” Business, finance and economics are every bit as much part of the Kingdom as churches and ministries. And Jerry Bowyer believes that, in our day, the marketplace will be key to revival, reformation and renewal. Hear him discuss these essential issues on “Business in the Kingdom.”

Meet the host

Jerry Bowyer is financial economist, president of Bowyer Research, and author of “The Maker Versus the Takers: What Jesus Really Said About Social Justice and Economics.”

Latest Episodes

  • How "Socially Responsible Investing" is Hurting our Food Supply

    In a recent article in National Review Online, Nebraska Treasurer John Murante ( demonstrates that the ESG investing approached (Environmental, Social, Governance) being promoted by giant asset managers hurts not only the fossil fuel industry, but agriculture as well. Since the poor spend a much larger proportion of their income on food and energy, an investment approach that attacks those industries attacks the poor. Treasurer Murante also discusses with Business in the Kingdom how ESG empowers tyrannies such as China.

  • Religious Liberty Group Denied Service by Chase Bank

    Former Governor, Senator, and Ambassador Sam Brownback tells Business in the Kingdom how the religious freedom organization he founded had its bank account cancelled, suddenly, without warning and without explanation. Instead of slinking away, the group has launched Chased Away (, a campaign to stop banks from discriminating based on religious and political views.

  • Christian State Official Stands up to ESG Agenda

    Allison Ball, Treasurer of Kentucky, is an attorney and a person of faith. As such, she takes her legal and ethical obligation to oversee state finances, including pension funds, as an inviolable duty. That is why she has resisted industry pressure to embrace the financial fad of ESG investing, which replaces the goal of the best financial outcome for retirees with goals of political and social outcomes. Whether it's pushing to eliminate profitable fossil fuel investments from portfolios or to use shareholder money to vote for pro-abortion resolutions, Treasurer Ball and other state officials are resisting attempts to replace prudent financial management with an imprudent social agenda. She joins Jerry on this episode of Business in the Kingdom to tell her story.

  • Fighting for the Unborn in Corporate America: Pro-life Activist Investor Shares 32 Years of Experience

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    Tom Strobhar first got involved in fighting against corporate funding for Planned Parenthood in 1989. Since then he has been the most consistent and long-lasting voice for Christian witness on behalf of the unborn and against the degradation of pornography in corporate life. He convinced scores of companies to stop funding Planned Parenthood, including Chevron, AT&T and Berkshire Hathaway. He tells Business in the Kingdom how ordinary Christians can actually do this and prevail.

  • Why People of Different Faiths and Politics Should Still Oppose ESG Investing

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    The Treasurer of Utah recently wrote a letter to the ratings service S&P to object to agencies beginning to downgrade states' creditworthiness based on political, not financial, factors under the guise of ESG Investing (04-21-22-Utah-Letter_SP-Global_ESG-Indicators.pdf). Treasurer Oaks ( found himself having to defend his state's pristine credit rating, not because of any financial problems, but because of pressure from political activists. He spoke with Business in the Kingdom about why people with different doctrinal views and different political views should be united in opposing the imposition of a single political ideology using the lever of concentrated financial power.

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  • New Survey Shows Which Company has Become Least Liked by Conservatives

    On this episode of Business in the Kingdom, Tom Carter of talks about his company’s on-going survey of conservatives’ unfavourability ratings towards large well-known publicly traded corporations. He talks about the shifting views conservatives have had towards Facebook, Disney and Tesla, as well as problems with the politicization of corporate board rooms and investing through the ESG movement. In addition, he talks about conservative alternatives to companies such as Blackrock.

  • America’s Top Christian Financial Talk Show Host on the Single Most Important Thing Christians Need to Know About Money

    Rob West is the host of MoneyWise, which is on both Moody and American Family Radio networks, airing on over 1,900 stations. He is also the CEO of the largest professional association of Christians in the financial industry, Kingdom Advisors. Rob joins this week’s Business in the Kingdom Podcast to talk about the single most important thing both ordinary Christians and top financial professionals need to know about money.

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  • Why Christians Should Care About the Ideological Capture of Corporate Boardrooms

    “It’s your money, and it’s being used against your values.” On the latest Business in the Kingdom, Andrew Olivastro, Vice President of Outreach for the Heritage Foundation, talks to Jerry about DEI (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion), ESG (Environmental, Social Governance), and CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility), and how they are killing corporate America and why Christians should be concerned about how activist groups on the left have hijacked corporate America.

  • Christian Employers Are Under Attack

    Christian business entrepreneurs face enormous challenges. In addition to the problems all business leaders confront, such as stagflation and labor shortages, Christians in business bear the pressure of living in a culture that is increasingly anti-Christian in its moral orientation and coercive in its tactics. Mandates regarding the funding of abortion and sexual-reassignment surgery are no longer future threats, but have become present realities. How can Christians in positions of top leadership in companies fulfill their obligations to serve their employees and also survive and thrive in a hostile environment? Shannon Royce of The Christian Employers Alliance (Christian Employers Alliance) joins Business in the Kingdom to talk about these and other important issues.

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