Atlas Shrugged: An Interview with Clay Jones

Ayn Rand In a Modern Library survey of their readers for the top 100 novels of all time 217,520 people voted Ayn Rand’s novel Atlas Shrugged first, The Fountainhead second, Anthem seventh, and We the Living eighth. On April 15th Rand’s novel Atlas Shrugged arrived in theaters across the country. Ayn Rand (1905-1982) is a Russian philosopher/writer. The novel Atlas Shrugged demonstrates her highly influential philosophy known as Objectivism. Those in her “inner-circle” have included the likes of Nathanial Branden (the Father of the Self-esteem Movement) and Alan Greenspan (Chair of the Federal Reserve of the United States from 1987-2006). Needless to say, her ideas have greatly influenced our culture! Join staff apologist Andy Steiger and Biola University professor Dr. Clay Jones as they discuss Ayn Rand: the good, the bad and the ugly in this addition of where we “challenge believers to think and thinkers to believe.”

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