Michael Heykoop

Why Economies Fail

Why Economies Fail

Could you design the perfect economy? What do you think the ideal system looks like? You don’t need an economics degree to look around and recognize that something isn’t working. Throughout history, many different systems have been tried. From feudalism to socialism, communism to capitalism, yet none has succeeded in providing a lasting, balanced economy. They all contain the same fatal flaw. Each one overlooks a basic trait of human nature.  It’s unlikely that any nation will change its economic policies based on this program.

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The Ten Commandments

Today's "modern" society is in conflict over the Ten Commandments. Have they been "done away" by divine fiat or by mankind's march toward scientific knowledge? Should they be displayed in public places, or reserved for the church? Are they a burden to "enlightened" people, or a blessing to those who obey them?

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What Is Tomorrow's World?

What Is Tomorrow's World?

On Tomorrow's World we strive to ask the difficult questions about the long term effects of the decisions we make today both personally and collectively. We look for solutions, and present the case for a better future than what most people have ever imagined. On this episode, "What Is Tomorrow's World?" we give an overview of what Tomorrow's World is all about. Beginning with a review of today's world, contrasting that with the brighter future we envision for tomorrow. We also examine how that wonderful future of Tomorrow's World will come to pass.

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The World Ahead: What Will It Be Like?

God's government is coming to this earth soon! How will it affect you?  What is the real future for which you should be preparing?

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Modern-day Gladiators

While our society claims to be making progress toward a more peaceful spirit, the popularity of “Ultimate Fighting” and similar bloody sports gives evidence to the contrary.


While our society claims to be making progress toward a more peaceful spirit, the popularity of “Ultimate Fighting” and similar bloody sports gives evidence to the contrary.

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Canada: Reflections at 150

The year 2017 is set to be one of celebration and reflection across Canada. July 1 of this year will mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of the nation, when four provinces formed a confederation known as the Dominion of Canada. Events are planned across the country throughout the year to mark this milestone. It also serves as an opportunity to look back on Canada’s successes and failures over the past 150 years, and should prompt us to ask important questions, such as “How did we come to be where we are?” and “Where are we going?” Perhaps the most important might be “Is there a better alternative?”


The year 2017 is set to be one of celebration and reflection across Canada. July 1 of this year will mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of the nation, when four provinces formed a confederation known as the Dominion of Canada. Events are planned across the country throughout the year to mark this milestone. It also serves as an opportunity to look back on Canada’s successes and failures over the past 150 years, and should prompt us to ask important questions, such as “How did we come to be where we are?” and “Where are we going?” Perhaps the most important might be “Is there a better alternative?”

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The Signs of the Times

Do You Know What’s Going On? Red sky at night, sailor’s delight. Red sky at morning, sailors take warning. For millennia, people have recognized that it would be beneficial to be able to read the signs of the times to predict future events. Sometimes the signs can be wide open for all to see, but only those who are able to put them into the right context can understand what they mean for the future!


Do You Know What’s Going On? Red sky at night, sailor’s delight. Red sky at morning, sailors take warning. For millennia, people have recognized that it would be beneficial to be able to read the signs of the times to predict future events. Sometimes the signs can be wide open for all to see, but only those who are able to put them into the right context can understand what they mean for the future!

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