Episode 100 is HERE! Thank you for your ongoing support.
Is the ancient philosophy of Stoicism Greek to you? Come join us on Episode 100 as we learn about the wisdom and practicality of this Hellenistic way of thinking that deeply influenced leaders in the early Christian church (including Paul, whose meeting with them is mentioned in the bible) as well as modern leaders such as Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. This is Part 2 of a 2 part episode on Stoicism.
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- Donna Bowman
- Elaine Padilla
- Jason Whitehead
- Stephen Cochenour
- Andrew Schwartz
- Nancy Howell
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