The Catholic Church – Builder of Civilization, Episode 5: The University System

Thomas: “The Church is the enemy of knowledge and learning,” Her opponents say. Well then, why did She give birth to the university system? It’s another forbidden question and we’re going to look at it today on The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization. (music) Thomas: Welcome to The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization. I’m Thomas […]

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The Catholic Church – Builder of Civilization, Episode 4: The Galileo Case

The Catholic Church – Builder of Civilization, Episode 4: The Galileo Case

Thomas: The Galileo case, does it really prove that the Church was an enemy of science? What really happened in the Galileo incident? Let’s look at it today on The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization. (music) Thomas: Welcome to The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization. I’m Thomas Woods. Today we’r e taking on the difficult […]

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The Catholic Church – Builder of Civilization, Episode 1: Introduction

The Catholic Church – Builder of Civilization, Episode 1: Introduction

Thomas: We’ve heard it all before, haven’t we… the Catholic Church is the enemy of science, progress and reason? Well, it’s all nonsense and we’re going to debunk it mercilessly. Join me right now for The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization. (music) Thomas: Welcome to The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization. I’m your host, Thomas […]

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Liberals, Conservatives, and Pride and Prejudice Part 2: Crash Course Literature 412

Liberals, Conservatives, and Pride and Prejudice Part 2: Crash Course Literature 412

Hi I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature. And today we’ll continue our discussion of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, a book that reads like it was written by your funny and mean best friend, who also happens to be a brilliant novelist and a pretty interesting moral philosopher. / I mean, I love […]

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How Spongebob Predicted Meme Culture

How Spongebob Predicted Meme Culture

Meme culture loves Spongebob. And why wouldn’t it? Spongebob was the perfect comedy cartoon for children. It balanced the soft line, between farcical and intelligent, so that kids wouldn’t be the only people in the end, who found its humor entertaining. If you were to start quoting Zoey 101, or even something as popular as […]

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The Catholic Church – Builder of Civilization, Episode 9: Western Morality

We’ve been talking about a lot of things the Catholic Chur ch has introduced into the world. How about the sanctity of life, the dignity of marriage? Let’s talk about these things, and a whole lot mor e, today on The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization. (music) Welcome to The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization. […]

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The Catholic Church – Builder of Civilization, Episode 2: The Church and Science

Thomas: Everyone learns in school that the Catholic Church was the big enemy of science. Well, you know who doesn’t believe that anymore? Pr ofessional historians of science. Join me today on The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization and we’ll learn the truth. (music) Thomas: Welcome to The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization. I’m Thomas […]

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The Catholic Church – Builder of Civilization, Episode 13: Wrap-Up

Over the past 12 episodes, we’ve seen how the Catholic Church built Western civilization. But where is Western civilization going? What’s next? What can we do about it? Join me today for The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization. (music) Welcome to The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization. I’m Thomas Woods. This is our last episode, […]

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How Immersive International Travel Teaches the Golden Rule – Adam Carter

How Immersive International Travel Teaches the Golden Rule – Adam Carter

>>Erik: How has your immersive travel style enabled your social consciousness across cultures?>>When I graduated college I started to travel around the world, kind of in this self exploration… and really wanted to discover what was out there after having studied all of these things in college. Usually I was eating what the common people […]

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