In our second Kazingram Roundtable, our editors sit down with Axel Kazadi to discuss race and social construction, how Christianity has formed our culture’s morality, what the decline of Christianity might mean for public morality, and what it means to have a secular state.
community for self-development, as well as Nietzche and Kierkegaard on Christian ethics.
In this episode I.J. and Kaelynne Makan discuss marriage, love, child loss, the importance of habits, and how experiencing as well as overcoming suffering shapes both humans and human relationships.
Samuel Sey is an author, speaker, and blogger. In this episode we discuss the history and tenants of Critical Race Theory, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the fallout from Sam's recent talk at Ambrose University.
In this episode we discuss Jason's new book, The Nature of Human Persons, whether humans have a soul, the relationship of the mind and body, what constitutes death, the possibility of resurrection, and the possibility of alien life.