Culture in Search of Virtue ()

Harry Edwards, 2017-11-25
Part of the Radio Show series, preached at a Saturdays service

Our culture today is populated by a class of people who were not recognized as a special group until the 1950's. They are the teenagers — the eternal adolescents. Grown ups are extinct according to Diana West, author of Death of the Grown Up. In this episode we highlight some peculiar characteristics of teenagers and the challenges they face in a society that demands certain responsibilities and duties. Part of the solution is for these young adults to begin the process of habituating themselves to certain practices that lead to virtue. Helping us get started on this conversation and the host of this episode is Harry Edwards along with regular panelists: Jacob Daniel, Lenny Esposito and Brooklynn Wong.


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