The thesis of Bauerlein's work was the rise of technology and the elimination of reading books has made our culture stupid. Listen now to hear more about the ills of technology and how we can change the tide.
Ken Mervine plays Karl Jenkins' "Palladio" during a concert at Allen Organs' Octave Hall. Ken is playing on the Allen Quantum Q476 classical organ. Palladio is a composition for string orchestra by Karl Jenkins, written in 1995.
What do you get when you combine a former award-winning choreographer for break-dancing groups, 3rd degree Black Belt Martial Arts Instructor, acclaimed chef, TV and radio personality, and priest? None other than Fr Leo Patalinghug!
We give you a peek behind the curtain of the infamous 'healing of the leper' scene from Episode 6. You'll see glimpses of the filming and the visual effects that made it possible for the leprosy to disappear.
At Allen's Christmas Concert, Classical Organist Aram Basmadjian plays Richard Elliot's arrangement of Go Tell It On The Mountain. Designed to be played mostly on the pedalboard, this looks easier than it is.
Fr. Leo Patalinghug knows how to make even complicated things easy and appetizing. Epic Food Fight uses a "theology of food" to explain the history of salvation, the cosmic struggle between good and evil.
Do you ever stop to wonder why there is something rather than nothing? God did not have to create, and yet we have a universe teeming with life. My answer starts with the incarnation and works backwards.
If you don't know what I'm talking about, you don't spend a lot of time on social media, for Peterson, a mild-mannered psychology professor from the University of Toronto, has emerged as one of the hottest personalities on the internet.