Time to get the dialogue started!
Looking for a good piece of fiction for this weekend? Dive into one of my favorite books by Andrew Klavan. Check out my review and grab it through my affiliate link to support the Conversation of Our Generation
I don't know about you, but I don't like the talk about a "New Normal." Today's show is a look at things that people are trying to change that may have some other bad consequences.
Today, we look at Dave Rubin's new book: Don't Burn This Book. To see why I enjoyed it and find where to buy it, check out today's episode
Many ideas today do not seem to me to seek truth, but to have truth submit to it. We'll talk about why that's backwards- and even dangerous.
Marcus Aurelius was an Emperor of Rome. He was also a wise, Stoic philosopher. He might be more remembered for his writings than what he did as a political and military leader. Learn more about his writings here.
Does liberty play a role in ethical action? I believe that liberty is necessary for attaining virtue. This article explains why.
A productive dialogue is hard to find these days. So, I want to look at a couple of fallacies that happen a lot to show how to move past them. These 3 fallacies are dragging down our discourse, and this is how to lighten that load.
"God had one son on earth without sin, but never one without suffering."Saint Augustine Listen to why I love Confessions By St. Augustine Saint Augustine of Hippo, a late-in-life convert and one of the Fathers of the Church. His influence on the growth and theology of the Church is hard to calculate, but he has... Continue Reading →
One of my favorite poems is William Wordsworth's "Lines Written in Early Spring." I came across this poem a couple years ago as I started reading his works. The length is great, and the message is insightful and relevant. Plus, it's beautifully written. As I read it, I feel like I'm out in nature as... Continue Reading →
Another great post today from @TheVMPod. It's an insightful article into what it means and what it takes to be a good steward. Read more --> The Good Steward [Guest Blog]
While I have no problem looking at the world and seeing the spiritual realm as well. I am not a materialist. But, for those who are, this book will bring that out of you. In The Soul of the World, Roger Scruton explores the spirit behind the music, art, and architecture and in doing so... Continue Reading →
Looking for some good reads while you're locked down at home? Today we'll take a look at some of the books I've enjoyed recently and get some ideas flowing.
Looking to understand statistics and how they can be used to lie? Thomas Sowell breaks down the stats and shows you how to understand the story they really tell. Check out my review, and hopefully the book too-->