A relaxed stream where we talk about where we’ll take Red Pill Religion and the future, and open discussion in general.
Christian-hating academics are common. Catholic-hating academics are common. Ideological Atheist academics are common. They appear to want to completely rewrite history and to smear anyone who actually takes classical culture and classical spiritualism seriously. Professor Rachel Fulton Brown has faced ongoing harassment and smearing and deplatforming for daring to challenge anti-Christian, anti-Mary, anti-Catholic pseudohistory in history. Tune in as we discuss tonight!
Professor Brown’s Academic Homepage: http://home.uchicago.edu/~rfulton
Rachel’s Not-so-academic Blog: http://fencingbearatprayer.blogspot.com
Milo Yiannopoulos’s story:
Middle Rages: Why the Battle for Medieval Studies Matters to America
Sample of Professor Brown’s book on Mary and Prayer:
Max D. of Michigan is a past rabble-rouser now pursuing less provocative pursuits.
Max has a great far-ranging conversation with Kiler Davenport and John Leckrone of Alternative Public Radio International. Feminism, religion, God, contemporary science, and more!
Join us tonight while we talk about the recent false flagging of the Non Sequitur show, why this needs to stop, and that Youtube should take that strike away.
Join us tonight as we discuss the Political Commentator community on YouTube and whether or not most of them believe the things they are saying.
The Red Pill Religion gang talk about morality and ethics
Join us today as we talk about the Genocides that happen in the Bible.
Join Mr. Brass, as he talks about the early medieval Pope Sylvester II.
1. Hannam, James. God’s Philosophers: How The Medieval World Laid the Foundations of Modern Science. London: Icon, 2014. Print
Join us as we talk about the reason why Medieval Studies are important.
1. Hannam, James. God’s Philosophers: How the Medieval World Laid the Foundations of Modern Science. London: Icon, 2014. Print.
2. Neill, Tim O. “The Dark Age Myth: An Atheist Reviews “God’s Philosophers”.” Strange Notions. Brandon Vogt, 02 Sept. 2013. Web. 06 Sept. 2018.