Dr. Joseph Stuart discusses his new book “Rethinking the Enlightenment: Faith in the Age of Reason.” Gail Buckley on ‘listening for God.’
Segment 1 – Intro and News
Segment 2 – Rethinking the Enlightenment: Faith in the Age of Reason
In Rethinking the Enlightenment, Dr. Stuart demonstrates that the three primary strategies Christians employed during the Enlightenment — conflict, engagement, and retreat — are time-tested methods that should be employed in our own anti-Christian age. Conflict without engagement is senseless; engagement without conflict is weak; and without retreat, both strategies lack wisdom. If we pursue all three today with the help of the Holy Spirit, then a tough, intellectually sophisticated, and evangelically oriented Christianity can emerge — just as it did in the tumultuous Age of the Enlightenment.
Joseph T. Stuart, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of History and Fellow of Catholic Studies at the University of Mary in Bismarck, North Dakota. His research and publications concern the life and work of cultural historian Christopher Dawson, the cultural history of the Great War, and the Enlightenment of the eighteenth century.
Dr. Stuart’s book: “Rethinking the Enlightenment: Faith in the Age of Reason”
Segment 3 – Rethinking the Enlightenment: Faith in the Age of Reason
Dr. Joseph Stuart continued
Segment 4 – Teresa’s Two Cents
Segment 5 – Listening for God
Instead of discussing a Bible verse for the week, Gail and Teresa discuss how to listen for God, which is also the name of Teresa Tomeo’s new book which Gail contributed to.
President & Founder, Catholic Scripture Study International
Teresa’s new book: “Listening for God: Discovering the Incredible Ways God Speaks To Us”