Bishop Robert Barron joins me to discuss the best response to sex scandals in the Catholic Church, his possible concerns with the rise of Protestantism, and we seek to answer the age-old question: Who gets to go to heaven? Date: 12-16-2018
In his new book ‘A War Of Loves’, David Bennett tells his story of being an atheist gay activist who experienced a dramatic conversion to Christianity.
David still identifies as gay but lives a celibate lifestyle, holding to traditional Christian sexual ethics. He engages with Justin Lee, author of ‘Torn: Rescuing the Gospel from the Gay vs Christian debate’, who affirms faithful same-sex relationships.
I’ve listened to this podcast more than once and will be listening to it again. The participants are wicked smart and articulate. They all hold heterodoxical views from the intersectional/grievance study norms on race, yet hold perspectives that diverge from each other as well. This is what happens when people do their own thinking.
Again, this episode is highly recommended.
121 “On Anti-Racism w/ Glenn Loury, John McWhorter, Coleman Hughes, Thomas Chatterton Williams”
Kmele facilitates a wide-ranging conversation on race, racism, and anti-racism. With: Glenn Loury – Professor of the social sciences and economics at Brown University – Host, The Glenn Show @ bloggingheads.tv Thomas Chatterton Williams – Author, “Losing My Cool” – Contributing writer @ New York Times Magazine. – National Fellow at New America, where he’s completing a new book project about ‘being the black father of white-looking children in Paris’. John McWhorter – Professor of Linguistics, Philosophy, and Music at Columbia – Host, Slate’s “Lexicon Valley” Podcast – Writes for the Atlantic
Coleman Hughes- Undergraduate Philosophy major at Columbia University, and a columnist at Quillette
This is a fantastic podcast. I’ve listened to it three times now. Joe and his guests look critically at hilarious silliness from the Grievance Studies folks and make useful observations about how Grievance Studies could return to academic norms and contribute usefully.
Peter Boghossian is a philosophy instructor, activist, author, speaker, and atheism advocate. He is a full-time faculty member at Portland State University. James Lindsay has a Ph.D. in mathematics and a background in physics and is also the author of three books.
Inaugural Episode: Introducing the series on understanding and misunderstanding baptism. Everyone knows about baptism, right? What’s there to think about? Turns out quite a lot. Christian traditions all have positions on baptism, but it is rare to find a coherent articulation of the topic that doesn’t create theological dilemmas with other points of doctrine. Don’t believe that? Then you need to listen to the Naked Bible Podcast’s series on baptism, starting with this episode. NB 01 …
Yeah, Dr. Oz. However, this is a fantastic podcast and Oz did a great job. This is an excellent overview of Peterson with great questions from Oz.
57 – Dr. Oz – Jordan Peterson’s Rules to Live By
The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
In this exclusive, in-depth interview, author and clinical psychologist Dr. Jordan Peterson joins Dr. Oz to discuss how we can find meaning in our lives, challenge our thinking, and provide tactical ways we can reach our full potential.
Our last podcast was on Mao’s Yan’An lectures. If you left that podcast wondering, “Fine, but what’s an example of what Mao considered REALLY bad art?”, then we have a treat for you: Gao Xingjian’s 1981 play “Bus Stop.” A peculiar existential piece very much indebted to Samuel Beckett, it hardly seems the sort of thing that should have brought down the full might of the Party’s wrath, but it did. To this day, Gao’s works are still banned in China. Why? Well, join us as we talk about that very question.