Welcome to Thoughts of the Round Table! Join us as we discuss everything from theology, philosophy, and politics to superheroes, music, and time travel.
Episode 39: The Lord of the Purity Rings
The gang talks about the purity movement.
Episode 37: Pro-Life: A Critique
Over the last few decades, abortion has become a central talking point in many political discussions and platforms, but where did this debate come from? The gang talks about the history of the pro-life movement and how the meaning has changed over time. They also look at some of the strengths and weaknesses of the pro-life platform and try to see what it really means to be pro-life. Join in and give us your thoughts on this hot button issue!
Episode 36: You've Got a Friend In Me
The gang talks about friendship.
Episode 35: I Can Stop Anytime I Want
From the opioid crisis to alcoholism, the US seems to have a big problem with addiction. The gang discusses what causes addiction, how people can get out of it, and whether addiction is a disease or not. Also, hear about some cool research with rats and how it might show that community is important in breaking addiction.
Episode 34: In the Good Ol' Days
This week on Thoughts of the Round Table, the gang talks about the "good old days", and why modern society is obsessed with nostalgia. The film industry seems to thrive on this obsession, and every movie feels like another reboot. Does this use of nostalgia dampen creativity? Can there be any benefits to nostalgia? Most importantly, are there any theological implications (good or bad) with this popular emotional state? Come join in as the gang dives into these questions.
Episode 33: 'Merica
Happy 4th of July! This week Juan, Rebeca, and Chris talk about the good ole US of A. They wrestle with some of the issues that plague America, but also focus on what makes it a truly amazing country. So sit back, relax, and enjoy one explosive discussion!
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Podcast for the People
This is not your typical podcast, which is somewhat refreshing. These four come to talk about their opinions on certain issues and try to navigate their stances on such, yet dive deeper than many others attempt to. They aren’t necessarily experts on what they discuss, but it seems they do their best to come educated with relevant and current knowledge on the subjects. Though I don’t always agree with everything they say, their conversations elicit deeper thought and keep it entertaining.
Keep up the good work!