Critical race theory has become a household term (sadly). In fact, critical theory has invaded every aspect of our culture an our national discourse. But, most people don’t even realize it.
I think this vision of the world is truly corrupting our culture, and it’s time we push back. Critical Theory cannot be the lens through which we view the world, and we have to protect our children from this distorted philosophy.
This week’s top discussions feature a CTR roundtable on the Rubin Report, another woke toy, and an exciting announcement about my new course.
If you came across something this week that I missed, let me know here. I’m always looking for new voices in the Conversation of Our Generation.
Dave Rubin sat down with James Lindsay, Allie Beth Stuckey, and Christopher Rufo in this podcast to discuss critical race theory. What I enjoyed about it was that it really got into the issue of solving the problem, rather than just talking about why critical race theory is absurd.
What makes God “God?” Catholic apologist, Trent Horn, explained the most important part of God’s existence for us to understand. Learn what it is that makes God different from creation in this podcast. And, I’m throwing in a bonus because I like Trent’s podcast a lot. So, check out one of his other episodes this past week on mass hysteria.
Yet another attack on the truth about gender and sex came out this week. Mr. Potatohead is going to be dropping the “Mr.” from his name so kids can make same-sex couples or gender non-conforming Potatohead. Read more about this here.
Also, the House passed an bill to “protect the LGBTQ community.” My worry is that it will go far beyond that and actually harm people who see this as sinful. While gay or trans people should not have basic services withheld, there is a serious problem with forcing people to endorse their behavior. My concern is that this “protection” will be overextended to require affirmation since there really aren’t a lot of human rights abuses toward the LGBTQ(etc.) community.
One of my tweets started an interesting thread about how our society is dealing with homosexual behavior. It was really interesting, and amicable despite being personal for the person I was talking to. So, definitely check that out.
My chat with Nicole from Infinity Twins about preventing burnout was a lot of fun. And, it was nice to dive into the practical and basic solutions to real problems facing us, which is stress.
Plus, I dropped my very first course where I covered book one of the Nichomachean Ethics. This will be something I continue to build on. More to come on this, so sign up below to get updates.
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