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Hell No? A Debate on the Existence of Eternal Punishment

Matthew Walther and Jordan Daniel Wood debate the existence of Hell at an event co-hosted with the Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America. 

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More Impossible Things

Stanley Fish joins our hosts to discuss "Impossible Things," his recent essay for the magazine, in which he catologues the latest attempts in a perennial project to clean up human behavior, from blind submission to critical legal studies to artificial intelligence. Professor Fish is the presidential scholar in residence at New College, Florida, and the author of many books, most recently, Law at the Movies: Turning Legal Doctrine into Art, which is available for purchase here.

The Tootsie Pop Test

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The Melting Pot

Megan McArdle of the Washington Post joins our hosts to discuss immigration and what it means to be American.

The Bad Old Days

Amanda Piccirillo of the Josias podcast and Lydia Sherwood join our hosts to discuss memories (and false memories) of the Church of our youth.

Houses in Motion

Stephen White, executive director of the Catholic Project, joins our hosts to discuss his organization's recent report examining generational differences among the men who are ordained to the priesthood.

Why This Girl?

Father Joseph Koczera, who teaches at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, and Andrew Petiprin, a columnist for Catholic World Report and host of the Ignatius Press podcast, join the Lamplighters to discuss the legacy of The Excorcist.