Tue, 17 October 2006
We continue to convert our archives to a dowloadable digital format, and the latest products (heretofore available only on audiocassette) are two readings from booklets published by The Trinity Forum. The first is by biographer John Pollock, called "William Wilberforce: A Man Who Changed His Times," which details Wilberforce's efforts to eliminate the slave trade in England.
The second is by veteran journalist David Aikman, called "One Word of Truth: A Portrait of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn." This essay is prefaced by introductory remarks read by Os Guinness; Aikman is the reader of his essay.
Each of these Reprints sells for $4.
Category:MHA MP3 -- posted at: 8:13pm EDT
Sat, 30 September 2006
This installment of Audition features interviews with the following guests:
-- Leon Kass, on the people who shaped his thinking on bioethics and the meaning of the human
-- Bernard Lewis, on how Islamic antipathy toward the West has been simmering since the late 17th century
-- Thomas de Zengotita, on how the proliferation of signs and messages aimed to encourage us to buy things affect us in other ways
Also featured is an excerpt from the essay, "Shop Class as Soulcraft," by Matthew B. Crawford.
Each of these interviews is part of much longer MARS HILL AUDIO programs which are now available as MP3 downloads.
Thanks for listening!