119. Book Review | Don’t Burn This Book by Dave Rubin

In a time when discussion is angry and partisan, it is refreshing to have a book that addresses real issues seriously- but not too seriously. Don’t Burn This Book is a great look at Dave Rubin’s political transformation, and it comes with great advice for those afraid of the PC Mob.

If you’re open to honest and civil dialogue (which I hope you are if you’re here) this is a good look at many of the issues people are facing today. It isn’t a dense philosophical treatise and it surely isn’t fluff. It’s an approachable read that gives the reader a good read of the landscape both philosophically and politically… as well as memetically.

“Instead of silencing speakers on campus, perhaps do what you’re supposed to in college instead: listen to someone who thinks differently than you do.”

Dave Rubin

Buy your copy of Don’t Burn This Book here.

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141. Book Review | Freedom of Religion Decisions of the United States by Maureen Harrison & Steve Gilbert Conversation of Our Generation

How much do you know about the history of religious freedom? These cases are truly interesting, especially if you want to see where the "Wall of Separation" between church and state lies. Listen below to learn more.
  1. 141. Book Review | Freedom of Religion Decisions of the United States by Maureen Harrison & Steve Gilbert
  2. 140. Secularism, America’s Established Church
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  4. 137. Book Review | Villains of the Early Church by Mike Aquilina
  5. 136. Reclaiming Beauty in an Ugly Culture

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