Jordan Peterson has recently released a new book, Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life, a follow-up to his enormously popular 12 Rules for Life. My friend Joseph Minich joined me for a discussion of the book and some of the themes that it raises.
See more of Joseph’s work over on the Pilgrim Faith podcast and his Plausible Faith podcast series. He has also written the book Enduring Divine Absence: The Challenge of Modern Atheism.
Esther O’Reilly joins me to discuss Christian humanism and Jordan Peterson. We both contributed chapters to a new book on Peterson, Myth and Meaning in Jordan Peterson. This video is sponsored by its publisher, Lexham Press.
Jordan Peterson recently spoke at Liberty University and was interviewed afterwards. Within this video, I give some of my impressions. I also recommend that you read Esther O’Reilly’s piece on the incident with the distressed student that occurred during the convocation.
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I’ve followed Paul VanderKlay’s YouTube channel for some time. Paul is a minister in the Christian Reformed Church of North America, based in Sacramento. Seeing a profound interest in deep conversations with young men in particular following the rise of Jordan Peterson, he has made such conversations a key dimension of his ministry and now has a large following and extensive engagement with a demographic that so many other ministers are uncertain of how to reach. He recently invited me to have a conversation with him on his channel. We had a long call yesterday and this was the result.
You can also listen to the conversation in podcast format on Podbean or iTunes.
I recently delivered a talk for Christ Church Anglican in South Bend, Indiana, introducing Jordan Peterson and his work. You can listen to it here:
I was recently interviewed by Michael Plato over at the new Crossing Borders podcast. We chatted about issues such as biblical hermeneutics and Jordan Peterson. Take a listen here.