The dialectical collective method of thought youth learn today creates minds full of dialectical collective oatmeal. If a change is to occur, someone has to begin untangling the mush and teaching people how to think logically. That’s where philosophy professor John Coleman (www.johnecoleman.org) comes in.
We frequently hear that Judaism and Christianity are as violent as Islam. But do the scriptural or historical facts bear that out? Raymond Ibrahim from the Middle East Forum (www.meforum.org) joins the program to examine the empty claims of revisionist historians.
John’s boralogue compares a series of recent shootings with a similar shooting that happened 100 years ago in Denver to show why frivolous use of “hate” and “racist” are ruining our ability to discuss real issues confronting a nation in crisis.
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