Episode: Gist: Where Christianity Meets Big Oil


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Gist: Where Christianity Meets Big Oil
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In the interview, America’s discovery of oil fields has long been entwined with godly significance—whether these were exploited by oil barons like the Rockefellers or the smaller producers (or “wildcatters”) they contended with. University of Notre Dame historian Darren Dochuk explores the intersection of oil and religion in America in his new book, Anointed with Oil: How Christianity and Crude Made Modern America

In the Spiel, Iran and attacks on oil tankers.

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