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It’s About Relationships - Conversations with Mark Bauerlein (11.27.20)
Joshua Mitchell joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss his recent book ”American Awakening: Identity Politics and Other Afflictions of Our Time.” Mitchell takes Tocqueville as his starting place for understanding identity politics, bipolarity, and addiction in American society. Fundamentally, it‘s all about relationships.
Antidotes to Postmodern Lunacy - Conversations with Mark Bauerlein (11.23.20)
Gad Saad joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss his recent book “The Parasitic Mind: How Infectious Ideas are Killing Common Sense.”
Gotham’s Got God - Conversations with Mark Bauerlein (11.19.20)
Jon Butler joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss his recent book ”God in Gotham: The Miracle of Religion in Modern Manhattan.“
Totalitarian Democracy - Conversations with Mark Bauerlein (11.16.20)
Roger Kimball edited the recent collection of essays “Who Rules?: Sovereignty, Nationalism, and the Fate of Freedom in the Twenty-First Century.” He joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss.
The Myth That Came True - Conversations with Mark Bauerlein (11.12.20)
Louis Markos joins the podcast to discuss his book “The Myth Made Fact: Reading Greek and Roman Mythology through Christian Eyes.”
The Rolling Sexual Revolution - Conversations with Mark Bauerlein (11.9.20)
On this episode, Scott Yenor discusses his book “The Recovery of Family Life: Exposing the Limits of Modern Ideologies.”
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I’d recommend writing the guests name in the episode title rather than the host’s... Otherwise it’s great
Deep thinking about Christianity today
Two Right Catholics Have Fun Hate Mongering against modernity
Under the pretense of a reasonable theological discussion, these two guys mis-characterize modern theology, science and spirituality, as having to purpose of being anti-God. Ironically, their malicious twisting of modern spirituality, is a call back to Medieval reactionary thinking and is drenched in hate.