So, I promised a little update on upcoming videos.
As you may have already noticed, my poetry work is a little different than usual this month. I'm doing a series of poems by one author, Ben Zwycky. Also, they are going up on Sundays because the poems are linked to the Sundays of Advent. As such, I have two more poems which will be posted this Sunday and the next, and the final one will be posted on Christmas.
In another first, instead of our usual form of discussion, the poet himself will be joining us. I'm planning to record that 12/22, and hopefully have it posted a day or so after Christmas. I haven't directly involved the author before. Of course, since Christianity firmly forbids divination, that hasn't been an option for most of my poems.
My own commentary? I have a few ideas I'd like address soon, but I'm not sure when I'll be posting them. One is why there will never be an atheist morality. The other is roughly titled "Racists have all of the arguments." As usual, I am open to suggestions for what you would like me to cover.
Post New Year's, my first poem of the year will be C.S. Lewis's "In Praise of Solid People" followed by either Richard Wilbur's poem "Junk" or by William Blake's "A Poisoned Tree". Also, in January, I look forward to having John C. Wright join us for a discussion C.S. Lewis's "A Cliche Came Out of Its Cage".
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