Bishop Robert Barron explores Jean Twenge’s “iGen” and its sobering information on young Americans and the relationship with religion.
Browsing: Culture & Worldview
Dr Julie Rimes explores how our learning communities seek to provide an education for a good future and a good life for everyone.
Bishop Robert Barron unpacks why the recent film Mother! is deeply confused about the God of the Bible and His relationship with humanity and creation.
Bishop Robert Barron presents dark comedy Ingrid Goes West as a critique of the “iPhone culture” where virtual relationships trump real friendship.
Archbishop Julian Porteous explores the importance of conscience within education and the need for a good formation to help form the conscience.
Kevin Donnelly takes a look at the purpose of education as the pursuit of truth and the attainment of wisdom; relating this to culture.
Karl Schmude looks at the independent scholar, his contributions and how changing approaches in the university effect scholar.