Dinesh D'Souza

Life After Death: The Evidence

Baroness Cox

The ‘West,’ Islam, and Islamism: Is Ideological Islam Compatible with Liberal Democracy?

Baroness Cox sits in the British House of Lords as a crossbencher and is a frequent contributor to Lords debates on Sudan, South Sudan, Syria, Nigeria, and Burma. In this...

Chuck Colson

Doing The Right Thing: A Six-Part Exploration of Ethics

After serving in prison, Chuck Colson—known as President Nixon’s “hatchet man”—became an evangelical author and criminal justice reform advocate. At this vintage 2010 Socrates in the City event in New...

Chuck Colson

The Good Life: Seeking Purpose, Meaning, and Truth in Your Life

President Nixon's "hatchet man," who after serving in prison became an evangelical author and prison reform advocate, Chuck Colson explores the benefits of seeking purpose, meaning, and truth in life....

Dick Cavett

What is the Price of Fame?

Eric Metaxas interviews the legendary Dick Cavett on "What is the Price of Fame?" at Socrates in the City....

David Batstone, Eric Metaxas, Scot Sherman

Not for Sale and Amazing Grace

Eric Metaxas takes the role of panelist, joining professor and journalist David Batstone in talking about the issue of slavery with guest-host Scot Sherman. Metaxas discusses his hero William Wilberforce,...

David Aikman

Does God Have a Foreign Policy?

Bestselling author, journalist, and foreign policy commentator David Aikman looks to history and Scripture as he explores the question, "Does God have a foreign policy?" in this 2002 Socrates in...

Jonathan Aitken

Ruin, Rehabilitation and Redemption: A Biographer’s Reflections on the Lives of Richard M. Nixon and Charles W. Colson

Famed former British Cabinet Minister and Member of Parliament Jonathan Aitken examines the concepts of "Ruin, Rehabilitation, and Redemption" in the lives of Richard Nixon and Charles Colson, with an...

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