The racial politics we're in right now has had obvious negative effects, especially over the last ten years. What can we do to move past race and see each other as individuals?
Can public schools teach the Bible? What does the 1st amendment say? What can we learn about reading the Bible both religiously and secularly?
Learn how we can begin to heal divisions in our country by looking at one of its great unifiers: Martin Luther King Jr.
I make the case for keeping the parts of the government that are shut down closed for good. And why we should close down more of it.
Learn what discipline at an individual level can do to break down the tensions at the national level if we all take it upon ourselves to do our part.
In this episode, I talk about faith and how it is not some giant leap that starts you on a journey, but a small step at the end of a journey of learning.
We often look at our ancestors as rubes or primitive, but they were far smarter than we give them credit for. Maybe they hadn't advanced technology to the point of self-driving cars or iPhones, but there is more to human intelligence and survival than technology that makes our lives more comfortable. Learn what they have to offer us in wisdom, and why we shouldn't discount their genius.
Learn how everyday is the start of a new year. With that in mind, I often find motivation for the year to come, and gratitude for the past year.