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Episode 34 • Featuring Os Guinness

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Fifty years ago, Os Guinness released his book, The Dust of Death, which offered a piercing analysis of the sixties counterculture movement with its revolutionary ideas about human nature and sexual liberation. In his preface to a new edition of this work, Guinness argues that during this tumultuous decade, “many of the seeds of today’s most radical ideas were sown, only to flower more recently in their most destructive forms.” Shane Rosenthal talks with Os about many of his observations and predictions from a half-century ago, as well as how these radical ideas eventually became mainstream.


Resources by Os Guinness
The Dust of Death, and Last Call for Liberty (books)
The Magna Charta of Humanity and Fools Talk (books)
We’re All Children of the 60’s (article - TGC)
I Believe in Doubt (article - Ligonier)
A Free People’s Suicide (video - Socrates in the City)
The Magna Charta of Humanity (video - Socrates in the City)
The Future of Freedom (podcast - WHI)
Additional Resources by Os Guinness (website)

Other Related Resources
Os Guinness: The Christian Public Intellectual, John Shelton (article)
Let’s Be Civil About It, Michael Horton & Os Guinness (article - MR)
Time for Truth, Ryan Glomsrud (article - MR)
Be a Berean!, Shane Rosenthal (article)
The Virtue of Doubt, Shane Rosenthal (article)
Live Not By Lies, Rod Dreher (book)
Modern Fascism: Liquidating the Judeo-Christian Worldview, Gene Veith (book)
The False Gospel of Fascism, Shane Rosenthal & Gene Veith (podcast)
The Political Implications of Original Sin, S. Rosenthal & M. McClymond (podcast)

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Shane Rosenthal was raised in a Jewish home but became an atheist at a very early age. Some years later, however, he ended up losing faith in atheism and converted to Christianity. On this podcast he talks with people from a wide variety of worldviews and perspectives in order explore the beliefs and ideas that shape our lives.