Philosophy and worldviews are the foundation of politics, morals, economics and society. Contrary to what secularists assert, they are inseparable. Somebody’s worldview will prevail in politics and law. The show rotates around this theme today.
John’s introduces the program with an extended boralogue examining Pope Benedict XV’s statements during his academic address at Regensburg, Germany, including the relationship between faith and politics. Then he ties this to the alleged dichotomy between reason and faith.
From there we jump to our guest, philosophy Professor Brendan Sweetman, Ph.D., author of “Why Politics Needs Religion.”
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