1 hr 6 min

344: [Formed.] Ian Simkins on Developing Critical Thinking Skills, Why Echo Chambers Are Killing Us, Why Knowledge without Wisdom Leads to Arrogance, and the Importance of Embracing Mystery in Pain Win Today with Christopher Cook

    • Mental Health

It's week two of [Formed.] and if you missed last week with Lee Cummings, listen as soon as you're finished with today's episode. This week, we have a double-header, and today, my new friend Ian Simkins is here to talk about developing critical thinking skills, why echo chambers are killing us, why knowledge without wisdom leads to arrogance and the importance of embracing mystery in pain. Ian is a writer and the Lead Pastor of Teaching and Vision at a beautiful church called The Bridge just outside of Nashville, TN. Of note, Ian is an excellent follow on Instagram. He writes regularly about spiritual formation, emotional health, and personal growth. Follow him @iansimkins.
Dive Deeper:
If you enjoy this episode with Ian, I'm sure you'll also enjoy the following:
326: [Formed.] Richard Foster on Time-Tested Principles of Spiritual Formation, Why We Need to Slow Down, The Enemies of Noise and Hurry, and Why Humility is the Preeminent Virtue, and His 40-Year Friendship with Dallas Willard 327: [Formed.] Jamie Winship on Why Spiritual Formation is a Filter, Why Transformation Requires Surrender, and The Questions God Asks ++++++
Episode Links:
Ian’s Website | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter
Subscribe to #WinTodayShow on YouTube.
Join the conversation wherever hashtags are welcome using #WinTodayShow.
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It's week two of [Formed.] and if you missed last week with Lee Cummings, listen as soon as you're finished with today's episode. This week, we have a double-header, and today, my new friend Ian Simkins is here to talk about developing critical thinking skills, why echo chambers are killing us, why knowledge without wisdom leads to arrogance and the importance of embracing mystery in pain. Ian is a writer and the Lead Pastor of Teaching and Vision at a beautiful church called The Bridge just outside of Nashville, TN. Of note, Ian is an excellent follow on Instagram. He writes regularly about spiritual formation, emotional health, and personal growth. Follow him @iansimkins.
Dive Deeper:
If you enjoy this episode with Ian, I'm sure you'll also enjoy the following:
326: [Formed.] Richard Foster on Time-Tested Principles of Spiritual Formation, Why We Need to Slow Down, The Enemies of Noise and Hurry, and Why Humility is the Preeminent Virtue, and His 40-Year Friendship with Dallas Willard 327: [Formed.] Jamie Winship on Why Spiritual Formation is a Filter, Why Transformation Requires Surrender, and The Questions God Asks ++++++
Episode Links:
Ian’s Website | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter
Subscribe to #WinTodayShow on YouTube.
Join the conversation wherever hashtags are welcome using #WinTodayShow.
Get the "Win the Week" email newsletter here.
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This week's show partners:
Get LMNT and a free gift with your purchase here!
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1 hr 6 min