Wednesday, May 25, 2005 Radio Show
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The Meaningless Life
Dennis discusses his latest column in which he posits that without a belief in a God who designed the universe, life ultimately has no meaning. The point seems obvious, but many people don't want to accept it. How can life have purpose if everything is random?
The Meaningless Life, Part 2
Dennis continues his discussion with his listeners on the subject of whether life can have meaning without a belief in God.
If They Hate Compromise, It Must Be Okay
NOW and the Black Caucus bemoan the filibuster compromise. That's a point in its favor. There's a danger now that the Dems might get even more vicious in their personal attacks to invoke the "extraordinary circumstances" clause of the deal... Cops in Florida and Colorado are going after left lane hogs... Brooklyn College, Dennis's alma mater, has promoted a professor who calls religious people "morons" to head of the sociology department... New study says we need more sun and less sun screen. Moderation is always the answer.