C.S. Lewis and Scientism

120047 11/24/2012

We are taking the weekend off to recover from turkey overdose. Hope you had a good Thanksgiving.

Religious and philosophical worldviews have real impacts on the daily lives of people within a society who hold them, for good or evil. So what did C.S. Lewis think about the related subjects of science and religion? Dr. Jay Richards, Ph.D., (www.cslewisweb.com) is author of “The Magician’s Twin: C.S. Lewis on Science, Scientism, and Society.”

National heritage areas are diminishing the property rights of Americans within these zones even though the property owners don’t understand what’s happening. Tom DeWeese from the American Policy Center (www.americanpolicy.org) joins the show for an explanation.

John’s boralogue examines the history of branding using the “extreme” epithet to shut down debate, because some of our most important advances were made by people thought to be extreme in their time. John gives three rules for dealing with “herdology.”

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