It seems as though we have trouble delineating between different means of understanding the world and how those should be used. I've seen philosophers make for bad scientists and scientists make for bad philosophers. The reason, I believe, is they require different ways of searching for Truth.
It's all too common for us to jump to conclusions in the digital media world. How can we use a little patience and charity to not jump the gun and shoot ourselves in the foot? That's what we discuss today.
How do pride month, Trebek's miraculous healing, and a 8.6 oz baby's birth relate? They show the undermining of key aspects of our culture. Find out how we've gone off course and how to get back on.
Today we'll be diving into the topic of abortion. Due to the new bills being put forward, it seems necessary to touch on this issue. We will walk through the main arguments on both sides and why I fall where I do. Then, I'll talk a little about the prudence of the bills being put forward.
How can we build something together without a way of understanding each other? Constantly changing of the meaning of words is eroding our ability to communicate, just like in the Tower of Babel. Here are my thoughts on how to fix it
In light of the loss of Notre Dame, at least as it has been through history, I wanted to speak on what I've found in visiting these historic sights, and what we can take away from the ones that still stand.
Curious what Barbra Streisand, Robert Mueller, and Donald Trump have in common? They have a following that puts faith in them. Find out why people shouldn't put faith in Princes in this episode-->
Modernity has given us amazing progress, and it is an undeniable good in many ways. There is a cost to some of its assertions, which I address in this episode: The Faults Of Modernism