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
It's important to simplify our lives so we can attain our full potential as a person and as a society. Learn why #Lent is a great time to start this process in my latest episode:
Find out why I think our society needs defenders of Objective Truth and the consequences if we don't in Episode 51: Finding Truth in an Unsure World
Can public schools teach the Bible? What does the 1st amendment say? What can we learn about reading the Bible both religiously and secularly?
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.
I believe we can fix the problems in America by cultivating empathy in individuals around the country for what we see as "the other."
I will take a look into the way Liberty falls into an ethical landscape. We will discuss why it's important to have Liberty to be an ethical person and why a society founded on the ideals of Liberty require an ethical population.
The institution of justice is discussed due to the issues with understanding the court system in America as well as where the idea of justice comes from
This episode is a discussion on the Meditations of Marcus Aurelius and the lessons we can learn for our own mentality on life to how politicians should govern.
After last week's show, I've decided to continue with the format that I tried last week as it seemed to go smoothly. I enjoyed hitting a topic from several angles, and I think it's an idea worth continuing, so this week I'll hit marriage from the spiritual, philosophical, political, and cultural level. "It is not... Continue Reading →
This is a dive into education from the perspective of religion, literature, philosophy, and politics. Also, our quote of the day is by Khalil Gibran.
In a time when fear and hatred seem to rule, we must find ways to love and grow the seed of goodness in ourselves to effect change in our society. We must learn ourselves, and with love, combined with wisdom, act in the world in a way that is inarguably good. By doing so, we may not be accepted at first, but it is what is right, and with time, people will come to realize that.