Dr. Os Guinness is author of “The Global Public Square: Religious Freedom and the Making of a World Safe for Diversity.” Dr. Guinness is our first guest, where he maintains that freedom of thought, speech, and conscience are under fire, and that freedom itself stands or falls with these traditional rights.
What can we learn from disasters? It’s ironic how those preparing for possible disasters are often demeaned as extremist “preppers,” especially when the country is awash (pardon the pun) examples of floods and other disasters where the prepared fared much better than those who weren’t. Notice the recent floods in Colorado. Sheri Fink is author of “Five Days at Memorial, Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital,” which portrays the complete breakdown of services in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina and why thinking about disasters is essential.
As socialized healthcare spirals towards its inevitable rendezvous with failure, Christians will have to be taking care of their elderly; but they’re singularly unprepared to do so and unaware of what that entails. Dick Lane (afterthecaretaker.blogspot.com) is author of “Folie a Deux: A Madness Shared by Two.” Dick spent ten years caring for his father with Alzheimer’s. For Kindle: (www.amazon.com/folie-deux)
John’s boralogue examines the collapsing narrative of man-made global warming as a dire crisis requiring immense amounts of money. Important here is dissecting what happens when worldviews collapse, and how efforts are made to prop up even failing systems.