Max & John C. Wright: Culture is downstream from Religion

As politics is downstream of Culture, culture is downstream of religion. John C. Wright and Max discuss.

American Thinker: Waiting for the Next Religion… An American Manifesto: https://americanmanifestobook.blogspo… John C. Wright’s blog: L. Jagi Lamplighter New Red Pill Religion Channel:…

#RedPillReligion: John C. Wright & Max Teaching Atheists To Persuade

John C. Wright & Max both used to be atheists. Join us for some holiday cheer as we examine atheism and its future.

Teaching Atheists to Persuade:…

John C. Wright’s blog:

L. Jagi Lamplighter

New Red Pill Religion Channel:…

#RedPillReligion: John C. Wright Attempts To “Deconvert” Max

John C. Wright used to be a Proselytizing Atheist, and tonight, he puts on his old toolbelt and attempts to convince Max that Atheism is rational and religion is false!

John C. Wright:

L. Jagi Lamplighter (Mrs. Wright)

#RedPillReligion: Max & John C. Wright, on the Importance of Giving Thanks

Why is it important to be thankful, even when you don’t feel it? Max & John C. Wright discuss, and express our own thanks and gratitude to God and to others.

John C. Wright:

L. Jagi Lamplighter (Mrs. Wright)

Starquest Fundraiser:…

The Rice Experiment

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John C Wright, Davis Aurini, & Max: Why We’re Not Protestant

Former Atheists John C. Wright, Davis M.J. Aurini, and Max all talk about why they did NOT choose Protestantism, or Sola Scriptura Christianity in general.

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#RedPillReligion: Max & John C. Wright on Chivalry, Judge Kavanaugh, & Honor

John & Max argue about Chivalry, the concept of Honor in fiction and real life, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, and more!

John C. Wright’s blog

LJ Lamplighter (Mrs. Wright)

Max & John C. Wright: Spiritual Experiences, Are They Mental Illness or Stupidity?

Countless people have had paranormal and supernatural and spiritual encounters. Is it appropriate to assume they’re all mentally ill, deluded, simpleminded, or delusional? Max and John C. Wright discuss.

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Dancing Naked in the Mind Field by Nobel Prize Winning Biochemist Kary Mullis…

Polymerase Chain Reaction…

Machiavelli Quote: ““It may be, however, as certain philosophers maintain, that the air is peopled with spirits who by their superior intelligence foresee future events and out of pity for mankind warn them by such signs so that they may prepare against the coming evils.”

The Ghost of Caesar:
This is the Shakespeare version:

Enter the GHOST of Caesar
How ill this taper burns!—Ha, who comes here?
I think it is the weakness of mine eyes
That shapes this monstrous apparition.
It comes upon me.—Art thou any thing?
Art thou some god, some angel, or some devil
That makest my blood cold and my hair to stare?
Speak to me what thou art.

Thy evil spirit, Brutus.

Why comest thou?

To tell thee thou shalt see me at Philippi.

Well, then I shall see thee again?

Ay, at Philippi.

People waste time debating why Shakespeare added that scene. He added it because it was the part of the recorded history.

Here is Plutarch, from chapter 46 of his LIFE OF BRUTUS:

“Once, accordingly, when he [Brutus] was about to take his army across from Asia, it was very late at night, his tent was dimly lighted, and all the camp was wrapped in silence. Then, as he was meditating and reflecting, he thought he heard some one coming into the tent. He turned his eyes towards the entrance and beheld a strange and dreadful apparition, a monstrous and fearful shape standing silently by his side. Plucking up courage to question it, “Who art thou,” said he, “of gods or men, and what is thine errand with me?” Then the phantom answered: “I am thy evil genius, Brutus, and thou shalt see me at Philippi.” And Brutus, undisturbed, said: “I shall see thee.”