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Kresta in the Afternoon – February 8, 2021

Kresta in the Afternoon – February 8, 2021

Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” 

 

4:00 – A Baptist Minister’s Journey to the Eucharist

Like many converts, Kenneth Hensley was impacted strongly by the writings of the now Saint John Henry Newman. It all began when he read Newman’s infamous “to be deep in history is to cease to be Protestant.” He joins us.

5:00 – Can Life’s Best Things be Bought?

They say the best things in life can’t be bought. Is this true? As an adviser to some of America’s richest families, Richard Watts has seen the reality of being super rich and the unavoidable complications money brings. He joins us with “fables of fortune” to discuss how you may be far richer than you think.

5:20 – Caring for Words in a Culture of Lies

In the words of Marilyn McEntyre, the industrialized language in contemporary America causes words to “come to us processed like cheese, depleted of nutrients, flattened and packaged, artificially colored and mass marketed.” Anyone who pays attention to mainstream news coverage, advertising, entertainment and most public debate knows just how true that assessment is. Can we redeem words? We’ll talk about it with Marilyn.