Mar 29, 2010
Show 531 Prager University. Part 1 Several selections from Prager University. Audio MP3
Show Prager University. Several selections from Prager University. To see the video's of these visit youtube Prager University.
2. Dennis Prager, best-selling author and nationally syndicated radio talk show host, makes the case that happiness is much more than a personal pursuit, it's a moral obligation.
3. Dennis discusses our core human nature. Are we basically good? How you answer this question says a lot about your world view. After attending this Prager U course, that view may change
4. Dennis Prager, discusses the significant difference between what we do (our actions) and our thoughts and intentions.
5. Is there a key that unlocks the door to personal happiness and goodness? Yes. And Dennis Prager knows what it is.
6. No one, not even the most devoted atheist, denies that the Bible is the most influential book ever written. So, what is the most important verse in this most important book?
7. Dennis Prager begins his discussion on male/female differences. The male preoccupation with the visual is the first topic raised.
8. What Would Make You Believe in God? Dennis Prager asks a fundamental question and comes up with an answer that may surprise both believers and non-believers.
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