Carl Teichrib is a researcher, writer, and communicator focusing on the paradigm shift sweeping the Western world, including political globalization and socio-religious trends – and the crossover between those seemingly unrelated fields. Known for his boots-on-the-ground research style, Carl has attended global governance forums and events correlating to spiritual politics; the Parliament of the World’s Religions, the G8 World Religions Summit, and similar venues.
Writing on topics ranging from world federalism to transhumanism to the role of religion, his articles and reports – threading together worldviews and consequences – have been utilized by media hosts, other authors, and social researchers. From 2007 until 2015, he edited and produced the monthly digest, Forcing Change, detailing and documenting historic and contemporary forces of change; collectivism, interfaithism as politics, sustainable development and technocracy, and social engineering. His book, Game of Gods: The Temple of Man in the Age of Re-Enchantment, is to be released in 2018.
Carl’s biases are transparent: he embraces a Christian worldview, is pro-liberty versus politically imposed equality, pro-individualistic versus consensus collectivism, and pro-free market. Carl lives on the Canadian prairies his wife and family.