The latest two issues (as of the releasing of this podcast) of the TIME Magazine leave much to think about. It seems that our culture at large just can't decide whether truth is dead or not. As you might have expected, our society is being selective about it.
Is Truth Dead?: A Culture of Contradictions
Links & Articles
Beyond 'He' or 'She': The Changing Meaning of Gender and Sexuality from TIME
Can President Trump Handle the Truth? from TIME
How TIME murdered truth, and framed Trump by Jonathon van Maren
AC Podcast 101 - Word of the Year: Post-truth from AC Podcast
Ontario's Bill 89 Pushes Gender Ideology in Child Services from ARPACanada
College Kids Say the Darndest Things: On Identity from Family Policy Institute of Washington
by Distant Movement
2 thoughts on “Is Truth Dead?: A Culture of Contradictions”
Firstly, great job on the podcasts. Wish they were more frequent. I listen to them on the bus. It helps me understand the issues going on in the world in a biblical way. Secondly, I was disappointed to n your recent episode when you didn’t mention the terrorist attack that happened in St Petersburg. I understand though; the Eiffel Tower and the Burdernburg gate was not lit in solidarity as well. I understood that Russia is not perfect but I’m sure if 14 people died In France or Belgium, that to this day the mainstream medias would be talking about it. I am 19 years old. I am from Latvia but Identify as a Russian….it’s complicated. It can be very hard to live in Canada being surrounded by stories that you know aren’t true or twisted in nature. On the other hand. I will continue to support and listen to you. You do a great job. This little thing won’t hinder my experience with the AC podcast.
Thank you for your kind words. I’m glad you enjoyed this episode. We are open to suggestions if there are particular issues that you would like to see us address, so feel free to email in. We can’t guarantee that the suggested issue will actually be addressed for internal reasons, but we are certainly open to the possibility.