What happens when someone uses random events in the world to construct the idea that it was all a predestined, blessed occurrence? Ronald Reagan tells us about the things that are happening in his world, that must have been predestined, in his 1981 inaugural address.
Listen to this episode and find out:
- How biblical metaphors and prayer meetings create a more receptive headspace for the listener
- What is more powerful than weapons of war? Moral courage.
- The story of Martin Treptow and the Rainbow Division, and why you should care
- Alex breaks down exactly why your ears should always perk up when you hear a politician say "progress may be slow."
- And more!
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