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A critical, historical survey of the development of the main schools of philosophy and the principal developments in Christian doctrine and thought. After a brief introduction to philosophical thinking, the course concentrates on philosophical movements from Heraclitus to contemporary existentialism. Each school of thought is evaluated from a distinctively Reformed perspective.
 
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James and Al bring on Echelon Insights founding partner, Kristen Soltis Anderson, and the editor of the Cook Political Report, Amy Walter, to discuss polling and how it influences strategy. Then, they break down the changes that are happening in the most important swing states and what it will take for candidates to win in them going forward. Email…
 
James and Al are joined by David Wessel of the Brookings Institution to break down the challenges posed to our country by the debt ceiling, a stalled budget, and the real estate crisis in China. Then, Emily Bazelon of the NYT and Slate’s Political gabfest discusses the latest fronts in the war against Roe, and signs on to James’ idea for the next S…
 
James and Al are joined by American historian Joseph Ellis for a deep dive into the politics, people and passions that set off the American Revolution on both sides of the Atlantic. How deeply did the years of 1773 - 1783 shape our nation? And after watching our country lose to two insurgencies across the globe and our politics fracture, what lesso…
 
James and Al examine the legacy of September 11th by welcoming the Special Master of the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund, Ken Feinberg, and his law partner Camille Biros. Portrayed in the Netflix hit movie “Worth” by Amy Ryan and Michael Keaton Overcoming the daunting challenge of making sure the families received the right and just compensation. Wh…
 
With the Afghanistan pull out looking more disastrous by the day, James and Al bring on John Hopkins Professor of International Affairs and Middle East Studies, Vali Nasr, and US Editor of the Financial Times, Ed Luce to break things down. In a panel discussion they debate our failures in Afghanistan, if there were any successes, and what we can ex…
 
In the wake of the chaos in Afghanistan, James and Al take on the leaders who contributed to the disaster that our country and the Middle East are facing. Then they bring on Professor Emeritus at the U.S. Naval Academy, Craig Symonds, for a lesson in the WWII Pacific Theater, and a look back at when the United States was still able to win its wars.…
 
In their 100th episode, James and Al bring on veteran of the New York Times, Donald McNeil, for a look at what’s next for us during the pandemic now that the Delta variant is raging in hot spots fueled by the unvaccinated. With other variants on the horizon, what will it take to convince the hold outs and get the country back on the track to health…
 
James and Al bring on Lieutenant General Russel L. Honoré (Ret.) for a wide ranging conversation about how we can defend the Capitol, protect our most cherished institutions, and finally put an end to the pandemic. Is strengthening the Capitol police force and mandating vaccinations enough to stop the forces holding our country back? Email your que…
 
James and Al are joined by Harvard Law Professor Randall Kennedy to look at the Democratic Party’s best strategies for approaching issues of race, policing and criminal justice. Will they be able to continue inspiring the wider electorate without scaring off centrist and independent voters? Or will 2022 be about who best calms our fears? Email your…
 
James and Al welcome Fmr. US Deputy Treasury Secretary Roger Altman to the War Room to find out what’s next for our recovering economy and how we stack up against our global competitors. Are we looking at high growth, high inflation, or are we living in a unique situation caused by the Pandemic? Then, James and Al induct a historical class into the…
 
James and Al bring on Wall Street Journal White House reporter and author of “Frankly We Did Win This Election”, Michael Bender for a look at how this administration compares to the last. With President Biden receiving 80 million votes— a record— they explore what got so many people on board and what the party needs to do to keep them. Will the Dem…
 
James and Al welcome former Supreme Nato Commander, Admiral James Stavridis for a discussion about our military readiness and how to build a secure future for the country and the world-- because by “2034” it’s going to be a whole different place. Are we up to the challenge of recreating a peaceful and prosperous planet? Email your questions to Jame…
 
James and Al welcome former Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine for a discussion about our failing infrastructure, what our politicians need to do, and how Democrats can win over a Florida that seems less Purple and more Red by the year. More importantly, does the modern party have what it takes to reclaim the state from Governor DeSantis? Email your q…
 
James and Al are joined by Ben Smith of the NYT and LA Times editor Jackie Calmes for a deep dive into the transformation of the media and the Republican party during the last election and over the last year. What changed? From our reporting to our governance, how do we restore trust in our institutions and get our country back on track? EMAIL YOUR…
 
James and Al welcome religious historian Bill Leonard and Biden’s former Senior Advisor for COVID Response, Andy Slavitt, to look at the mythologies holding the USA back-- from the supposed glory of the Old South, to anti-social and harmful views about the pandemic and the ongoing efforts to end it. Should we be optimistic? And what will it take to…
 
James and Al welcome coaching legend Pete Carroll and co-host of his Amplify Voices podcast, Audrey Cavenecia, to discuss the role of equity, inclusion and diversity in our society as we go into the next decade. And after seeing the impact of racial issues on the front lines (even if measured in yards), the time is now to look at how diverse and fu…
 
James and Al welcome Director Alex Gibney of HBO’s Crime of the Century to the Politics War Room to take on the threats to the American people posed by lobbyists, Big Pharma, and corporations who would put profits above people. Why does it seem like the damage they do to our country is usually buried under other ledes and pushed to the bottom of th…
 
With UFOs being reported and recorded across the country, James and Al welcome Fmr. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to get his take on the possible threat and why there’s been no disclosure. But UFOs aren’t the only thing facing us, so they find out from Senator Reid how we can get our Congress working for us again, and what he’d say to the peopl…
 
Al and James are joined by Princeton historian Julian Zelizer to look at the evolution of the Republican Party from a party of issues to a party of disinformation and division. Then Al and James announce the first inductees for a very special honor... EMAIL YOUR QUESTIONS TO JAMES AND AL AT POLITICSWARROOM@GMAIL.COM OR TWEET THEM TO @POLITICON. MAK…
 
David Leonhardt of the New York Times sits down with James and Al to discuss how we can start moving our country forward after the Covid Pandemic and Trump era. Is it time to start lifting the lockdown orders and focusing on the working people who keep the country running? Or will Democrats keep the House competitive in 2022? EMAIL YOUR QUESTIONS T…
 
With Trump back in the news and Derek Chauvin recently convicted, James and Al bring on the President of NYU’s Brennan Center for Justice Michael Waldman for his take. Can we expect Trump to finally land in legal trouble, and what’s the best way for the Democrats to remove the many obstacles he placed in the way of our democracy? Will they also be …
 
As the Biden Administration continues to build support and consolidate its hold on the ship of state, James and Al are joined by John Maynard Keynes expert and author Zach Carter to give us perspective on Biden’s economic vision. Then, Evan Osnos of The New Yorker comes on to analyze what we’re seeing from China. But the episode wouldn’t be complet…
 
With troops due to come out of Afghanistan, James and Al welcome veteran and author Phil Klay and pollster Jim Gerstein to discuss the state of world affairs and when we should be going to war. How are things looking in the Middle East 20 years on? Are we leaving too soon, or is it time to focus our attention here at home where we have enough probl…
 
James and Al bring on the creators of HBO’s Our Towns-- Deb Fallows, James Fallows, Jeanne Jordan and Steven Ascher to discuss their journey to towns across our nation during the pandemic era. In the process, they saw that the causes of our division pale in comparison to the bonds we build when we live, work, and dream together. Now, if only DC wou…
 
Al and James argue against the voter law in Georgia and don’t pull any punches about the allegations facing Matt Gaetz. They also discuss the role Joe Manchin has to play in the Senate, and whether the Democrats can do anything with their majorities. Come for the unparalleled political insight, and stay for James’ tuna fish sandwich recipe! EMAIL Y…
 
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