Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on September 13, 2017
4:00 – How do Natural Disasters Affect the Economy?
Hurricane Harvey dumped an estimated 27 trillion gallons of water on Texas and Louisiana and will likely be the most expensive storm in US history. One monster hurricane can cause serious economic damage, so what happens when two storms hit with two weeks of each other? We’ll look at how natural disasters affect the economy with Brian Milligan.
4:20 – Family Time: Slowing Down in a High-Speed World
There’s overwhelming research to show the benefits of family time for both kids and parents. But with a hyper-busy and hyper-plugged in culture, it can be hard to set aside even 30 minutes for a family dinner. Tim and Sue Muldoon join us with both a meditative and practical approach to this issue.
5:00 – Luther, the Pope and the Reformations – Questions you never thought to ask
By now we’re all familiar with the basic story of Luther’s Reformation, which was only one part of the greater reformations. But there’s a lot more to the story, and these overlooked details are essential for understanding why the Reformations happened. For example, religious reform was a major force in the reformation, but nationalism played a major role as well. We’ll talk with Benjamin Wiker about this and other forgotten details of the Reformations.