The Professional Left Podcast with Driftglass and Blue Gal
Driftglass' favorite "No Fair Remembering"!!! It's time for a multi-part podcast about everything David Brooks has written over his long career, and how wrong he's been. And the fascinating way Brooks is just like Donald Trump. More at http://proleftpod.com Opening and closing music: Jumpin Boogie Woogie by AudionautixCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/jumpin-boogie-woogieMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/S2wYQlC0UsCreative Commons Music by Jason Shaw on http://audionautix.com/Support the show
Are we experiencing a “crisis of connection"?” Fifty-four percent of American adults report that not a single person knows them well. Our political and social divisions are at the forefront of public life right now, and distrust is widespread. New York Times columnist David Brooks is on a mission to spread the skills of deep listening and engaged conversation, which lead to real recognition and understanding between humans. If you want to get to know someone, you need to know how they see the world, he says. And in this talk, he tells us what he’s learned about how to do that, and gently nudges us all to take a step toward rebuilding trust.
David Brooks: This Feeling I’m Feeling Is Real, but What Is It?
Right Mind at Work
David Brooks is a researcher, former Yale professor, columnist for The New York Times, commentator on “PBS NewsHour,” NPR’s “All Things Considered” and NBC’s “Meet the Press.” This Baby Boomer shares what he has embraced while working alongside Millennials. He puts a finer point on the great resignation, apathy and toxicity in the workplace and the existential crisis facing all creatives. Guest Bio: David became an Op-Ed columnist for The New York Times in September 2003. His column appears every Tuesday and Friday. He is currently a commentator on “PBS NewsHour,” NPR’s “All Things Considered,” and NBC’s “Meet the Press.” He is the author of “Bobos in Paradise: The New Upper Class and How They Got There” and “On Paradise Drive: How We Live Now (And Always Have) in the Future Tense.” In March 2011 he came out with his third book, “The Social Animal: The Hidden Sources of Love, Character, and Achievement,” which was a No. 1 New York Times best seller.
Super Soul Special: David Brooks: The Quest for a Moral Life
Oprah's Super Soul
Original Air Date: May 20, 2019New York Times best-selling author, columnist and political commentator David Brooks discusses his book, The Second Mountain: The Quest for a Moral Life. David explains there are two metaphorical mountains we must climb to live a moral life. He describes the “first mountain life,” which is self-centered, versus the “second mountain life,” which is others-centered. David provides insight into how our culture operates from a “first mountain” perspective, by shaping us to be individualistic. However he explains why it is the community approach to life where joy can be found. David also shares how his own suffering led him to discover a deeper spiritual and connected life.
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Tony Jones: The Future of Evangelicalism is (NOT) David Brooks
Homebrewed Christianity Podcast
It’s always good to have a Deacon’s Meeting with one of the OG Deacons, a Senior… Arch Deacon even – Dr. Tony Jones. In this conversation we discuss… the Amazon LOTR show & my quest to peer pressure Jason Micheli into a response pod visiting Lego Land & Istambul Organizing your life around keeping Income-based repayment & my failed plan to be a prof THEOLOGY BEER CAMP why Tony loves Constantine & Monty Python The predicament of institutions, accountability, and injustice The future of evangelicalism is (NOT) David Brooks Righteous Gem Stones is a reality show & the MEGA pod might be A student asked Tripp if he was an evangelical and he was triggered A Few Previous Podcast Visits with Tony A Deacon’s Meeting with Tony Jones Progressive Christian Christmas Tony Jones: the Post-Emergent Church Devilpalooza: N.T. Wright, Richard Beck, Greg Boyd, Tony Jones and Duke! Soapbox Blabbery with Peter Rollins & Tony Jones Tony Jones & Peter Rollins on #TheGreatDebacle Did God Kill Jesus? w/ Tony Jones Tony Jones is the author of Did God Kill Jesus? (HarperOne, 2015) and contributing writer to several outdoors periodicals. He’s written a dozen books, including The New Christians: Dispatches from the Emergent Frontier and The Sacred Way: Spiritual Practices for Everyday Life, developed the iPhone app, hosts the Reverend Hunter Podcast, and teaches at Fuller Theological Seminary. Tony is a sought after speaker and consultant in the areas of emerging church, postmodernism, and Christian spirituality, writing, and the outdoors. He served as a consultant on the television show, The Path, and he owns an event planning company, Crucible Creative. Don’t forget to join Tripp & Diana this Lent for an open online class – Jesus De/constructed! Details here. Follow the podcast, drop a review, or become a member of the HBC Community.
Joining David and Curtis this week are two of the most influential voices speaking to Christian faith in the public square, David Brooks and Peter Wehner. Both Peter and David recently wrote landmark pieces analyzing the current landscape of American evangelicalism. In this podcast, they discuss the signs of hope and restoration for the troubled movement. Also, in a bit of self-revelation, they share about the books that most influenced their own faith journeys. Show Notes:-Peter Wehner: “The Evangelical Church is Breaking Apart”-David Brooks: “The Dissenters Trying to Save Evangelicalism From Itself”David Brooks’ Most Influential Books: A Severe Mercy (Sheldon Vanauken)The Long Loneliness (Dorothy Day)The Confessions (St. Augustine)My Bright Abyss (Christian Wiman)Peter Wehner’s Most Influential Books:A Grief Observed (CS Lewis)The Resurrection of the Son of God (NT Wright)
Episode 499: The End of Racial Reconciliation & Rescuing Evangelicalism with David Brooks
The Holy Post
Some Southern Baptists say if Voddie Baucham becomes the next president of the SBC it will be a step toward racial reconciliation. When Phil disagreed in a tweet last weekend, it triggered a social media tsunami. He responds to the controversy. Then, the Holy Post crew discusses Jemar Tisby’s recent article about how the murder of Trayvon Martin ten years ago ended white evangelicalism’s efforts at racial reconciliation. But was the movement flawed from its beginning in the 1990s? Then, Skye has a wide-ranging conversation with author and conservative New York Times columnist David Brooks. They cover recent efforts to rescue evangelicalism from politics, the loss of optimism in the 21st century, our naïveté about democracy, how the world is reacting to the war in Ukraine, and why the church needs to make spiritual formation more challenging not less. News Segment 0:00 - Intro 01:59 - Pat Robertson 4:48 - Phil’s Twitter tsunami 11:21 - The end of racial reconciliation? “Trayvon Martin’s Murder and the Death of the Evangelical Racial Reconciliation Movement” - https://jemartisby.substack.com/p/trayvon-martins-murder-and-the-death?utm_source=url&s=r Sponsor 51:10 - Abide abide.co/holypost Interview with David Brooks 52:22 - Interview intro 54:06 - “Dissenters” article 58:39 - Social trust and technology 1:03:16 - “The Dark Century” article 1:05:22 - Lost view of humanity 1:13:09 - Reactions to the war in Ukraine 1:18:43 - Institutions and spiritual formation 1:26:02 - End “The Dissenters Trying to Save Evangelicalism From Itself” - https://www.nytimes.com/2022/02/04/opinion/evangelicalism-division-renewal.html “The Dark Century” - https://www.nytimes.com/2022/02/17/opinion/liberalism-democracy-russia-ukraine.html Bonus Patreon segment: https://www.patreon.com/posts/63559614/ David Brooks books mentioned: “The Social Animal” - https://amzn.to/3vYb8E2 “Bobos in Paradise” - https://amzn.to/3pO5AIB “The Road to Character” - https://amzn.to/378B7yh The Holy Post is supported by our listeners. We may earn affiliate commissions through links listed here. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.
Enjoy this lively book discussion between Fairfax County Public Library Director Jessica Hudson and Branch Manager Christine Jones. They’re librarians who love a good book but almost never agree on what makes a book great. In this episode, Jessica and Christine discuss The Road to Character by David Brooks. Start reading now to join us for the next episode on The Midnight Library by Matt Haig.