John Stonestreet and Shane Morris reflect on the nineteenth anniversary of 9/11. How has 9/11 shaped a generation’s cultural memory? And what events are shaping the cultural memory of today’s younger generations–and what effect will that have on the culture itself?
Also in this episode: Dinsey’s cozy relationship with the genocidal Chinese Communist government; is it really possible that people will fall for the idea that looting is not only permissible, but liberating for the oppressed?; thoughts on critical race theory, and the culture’s schizophrenia when it comes to on the one hand condemning the sexualization of children while at the same time creating cultural artifacts–films, novels, etc.–that glorify the sexualization of children.
They wrap up the show with their recommendations for the week: Shane’s praise for the Christian folk duo Gray Havens; John on Katy Faust’s upcoming book Them Before Us: Why We Need a Global Children’s Rights Movmement.
“Disney’s Mulan and the Backdrop of Genocide,” John Stonestreet and David Carlson, BreakPoint
“Is Critical Theory Biblical?” What Would You Say video, Colson Center for Christian Worldview
“The Sexual Revolution, Identity Politics, and Religious Liberty,” Interview with Mary Eberstadt, BreakPoint Podcast
Them Before Us: Why We Need a Global Children’s Rights Movement, by Katy Faust, pre-order available