Dennis Prager is The Respondent...


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In this episode of the Respondent, Greg hosts Dennis Prager. Dennis is a nationally syndicated radio talk show host who is heard on 300 different stations across America and around the world. He is the co-founder and president of Prager University and is a New York Times Bestselling author of 10 books.

Greg and Dennis discuss the founding of PragerU, the rise of “illiberalism” in media and entertainment, the attack on traditional western family values, the value of religion, and much more.

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Show Notes


[01:30] Greg welcomes Dennis and they discuss the founding of PragerU.

[04:40] Question: What is the purpose or the mission of PragerU?

[06:40] Question: How does PragerU select the subjects for its videos?

[10:10] The rise of “illiberalism” in various forms of media and entertainment.

[15:40] Dennis and Greg discuss the dangers of identity politics.

[23:40] Attack on families and traditional American values by the far left.

[31:50] Question: What does Dennis believe is the major cause of fatherlessness in America? (PragerU: Are Fathers Necessary?)

[40:15] Question: Do we have a meaning/faith crisis in America? Could father deprivation be a major cause?

[43:15] Dennis talks about his belief that societies need to re-embrace monotheism and religious values.

[45:00] Question: Has Dennis ever questioned his faith?

[48:15] Investigating the close link between religion and art.

[57:30] Greg asks Dennis the Philosophical Q’s.

[1:11:00] Wrapping up the show with Dennis Prager.

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