Show Category - Philosopher

Hour 1 – 07/08/20: Ethan Gutmann

Investigative journalist Ethan Gutmann exposes the horrific practices of the Chinese government which blatantly disregards human rights, including live-harvesting of organs from religious and political dissidents — and, how are American companies reacting?

Hour 2 – 05/15/19: N. T. Wright (continued)

N.T. Wright continues his conversation with Eric, expanding on the life and influence of one of the greatest early apostles with insights from his recent book, “Paul: A Biography.”

Hour 1 – 05/15/19: N. T. Wright

Esteemed New Testament scholar N.T. Wright explains how belief in the future resurrection moves us to being more fully engaged in the world, as opposed to viewing death as an escape into the afterlife.

Hour 2 – 05/02/19: Peter Kreeft (continued)

Peter Kreeft continues his conversion on the Eucharist’s literal or metaphorical nature as he presents the views of C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, and Billy Graham in “Symbol or Substance?”

Hour 1 – 05/02/19: Peter Kreeft

In “Symbol or Substance?” Peter Kreeft gives credible voices to C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, and Billy Graham in a fictional conversation regarding Jesus’ symbolic or physical presence in the Eucharist.

Hour 1 – 03/21/19: Vishal Mangalwadi – Part 2

Did you know the fundamental ways we think and operate in Western society owe much of their origin to the Bible? Vishal Mangalwadi continues his walk-through of our shared heritage, which he details in “This Book Changed Everything.”

Hour 1 – 03/20/19: Vishal Mangalwadi

Indian Christian philosopher Vishal Mangalwadi shares the Bible’s far-reaching influence in society (philosophy, language, law, economics, politics, and more) in his latest work, “This Book Changed Everything.”

Hour 2 – 02/08/19: Thomas Howard (continued)

Eric continues his Socrates in the City interview with Thomas Howard, author of what Eric considers one of the greatest books of the last century, “Chance or the Dance.”

Hour 1 – 02/08/19: Thomas Howard

In this special presentation from Socrates in the City, Eric goes to Boston to talk with scholar Thomas Howard about the questions explored in “Chance or the Dance,” the book Eric considers one of the greatest of the 20th century.

Hour 1 – 10/26/18: Scott Shay

Author Scott Shay examines both ends of the is-there-a-God spectrum with Eric, highlighting points from his new book, “In Good Faith: Questioning Religion and Atheism.”

Hour 2 – 09/26/18: Nathan Schlueter

Eric and Nathan Schlueter, professor of philosophy and religion at Hillsdale College, talk about the political climate in the country, as well as share their zeal for great literature.

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