We welcome again F. Remy Diederich, lead pastor of Cedarbrook Church in Menomonie, Wisconsin, who joined us in 2017 to discuss his book, Broken Trust : A Practical Guide to Identify and Recover from Toxic Faith, Toxic Church, and Spiritual Abuse.
In this second conversation, we discuss the subjects of self-control and temptation in the Christian life, and explore some very helpful, practical approaches to living in harmony with God's will - approaches that could lead us to bear fruit in many aspects of our lives.
"Remy Diederich is the author of several books related to helping people overcome their setbacks with God's help. He is the founding and teaching pastor of Cedarbrook Church in Wisconsin, USA, and the spirituality advisor for Arbor Place Treatment Center. He blogs at readingremy.com."
We shall be joined by our roving reporter Mark Campbell, who will share and discuss with us a fascinating interview he had recently with the 107-year-old Madam Bell Caps (a.k.a. Isabella Caps), one of the few surviving witnesses to the Dorset Ooser. Is the Ooser just a mask, traditionally used in "skimmity riding"? Or is there something more sinister behind that peculiar face -- a spine-chilling reality that few are prepared to mention? Join us as we listen to Bell's captivating words and discuss in studio this rare and exclusive conversation.
We shall be joined again by Patrick M. Wood, Editor-in-Chief of Technocracy News and Trends—who has spoken on TMR several times before—for a conversation on his latest book, Technocracy : The Hard Road to World Order, published November 2018.
"Technocracy is like a cancer invading America with relentless pursuit. Things like Smart Cities, mass surveillance, regionalization, public-private partnerships and Fintech are disrupting every community in all 50 states. For us, it’s a hard road and this book will tell you why and what you can still do about it."—Patrick M. Wood
We shall welcome again the Yorkshire-born journalist, educator, photographer and political activist John Booth—who joined us in 2016 to discuss his excellent article, "Fifteen Years on from 9/11"—for a conversation on the alleged suicide of British weapons expert Dr. David Kelly.
John Booth—whose career in journalism has included working for news organisations in Africa, the US and the UK—currently writes for Lobster magazine (http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk) and LAFZ (the magazine for Pakistani diaspora — http://www.lafzmagazine.com). He is also a founder member of the Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign.
The interview will explore Dr. Dentith's own research, as a PhD philosopher, on Conspiracy Theory Theory, and include discussion of various views as expressed in the edited collection.
Matthew Dentith, PhD (Auckland), is the author of The Philosophy of Conspiracy Theories (Palgrave, 2014), the first single-author book-length treatment of the philosophical issues surrounding conspiracy theory, and editor of Taking Conspiracy Theories Seriously (Rowman and Littlefield, 2018), an edited collection of the most recent work on conspiracy theory theory. He has been a Fellow in the Institute for Research in the Humanities (ICUB) at the University of Bucharest, and the New Europe College in Bucharest. His current research project focuses on conspiracy theory, conspiracy theory theory, and secrecy.