February 10, 2020
Arthur Books countering contempt with love | Religious Liberty for all, not just social conservatives | What is conscience?
Carmen opens the show with a conversation about Arthur Brooks’ address at the National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday.
Brooks said, “As you have heard, I am not a priest or minister. I am a social scientist and a university professor. But most importantly, I am a follower of Jesus, who taught each of us to love God and to love each other. I am here today to talk about what I believe is the biggest crisis facing our nation—and many other nations—today. This is the crisis of contempt—the polarization that is tearing our society apart. But if I do my job in the next few minutes, I promise I won’t depress you. On the contrary, I will show you why I believe that within this crisis resides the best opportunity we have ever had, as people of faith, to lift our nations up and bring them together.”
The discussion about contempt is love is an important one.
Then Adam Carrington from Hillsdale joins Carmen for a conversation about conscience and how it is formed. They also discuss religious liberty related to a case out of Arizona.