Calm Under Pressure: The Virtue of Dynamic Moderation from Aleksander Solzhenitsyn & Paul

In our first show of the Season with Earl Palmer Ministries, Earl takes us through Russian author and Nobel Prize Winner Aleksander Solzhenitsyn's book From Under the Rubble (University Press of America) Written in 1974, Solzhenitsyn's ethical essay is truly ahead of its time if not simply timeless as he challenges individuals and the world at large to a movement from extremism towards a balanced life of Moderation. Earl then compares the similarities of Solzhenitsyn's works with the Apostel Paul's writings calling on the same kind of moderation.

Our discussion moves out of the theoretical and into the practical difficulties and need  of living in a repentent posture that owns mistakes and seeks reconciliation and balance. It is not limited to the individual as you will hear the conversation explore it's implications in politics, nationalism, and global dynamics.

 

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