“We are Forerunners. Guardians of all that exists. The roots of the Galaxy have grown deep under our careful tending. Where there is life, the wisdom of our countless generations has saturated the soil. Our strength is a luminous sun, towards which all intelligence blossoms… And the impervious shelter, beneath which it has prospered.”

Didactic Mind, Ep 83: The Scattering of the Ashes

by | Sep 7, 2021 | Podcasts | 2 comments

The Didactic Mind podcast is finally BACK – after a 3-week or so delay, much to my regret, due to various (quite pleasant, actually) circumstances in my personal and professional life. The elapsed time has, however, proven fruitful, because a number of crazy things have happened in the past few weeks that provide us with PLENTY of material for discussion.

In this week’s podcast, I talk about:

  • What the Fall of Kabul and the catastrophe in Afghanistan mean for the American Empire;
  • Why the USA is now essentially an empire at odds with a nation, with a Jewish-dominated ruling class that does not represent the core interests of the people of the nation;
  • How the Scamdemic and fake Coof Crisis may well have been manufactured to cover up a massive economic collapse;
  • Roughly how the American economic collapse might occur;
  • What the future holds as the world splinters into different factions;
  • Where Russia’s and China’s different interests lie;

… and much more.

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2 Comments

  1. Charlie

    Which is the best bible? Your link to “buy yourself a proper bible” goes to an amazon page for your recommended knife.

    Thank you.

    Reply
    • Didact

      Ah crap. Sorry about that. It’s now fixed. Thanks for bringing that issue to my attention.

      For the record – my attitude toward Bibles is: “just get one”. My personal preference is the ESV for everyday use, but any of the following will do very well indeed:
      KJV and NKJV
      NET (for really serious Bible study, due to the sheer quantity of translator notes)
      NASB
      Douay-Rheims

      I’m not fond of the NIV, because I think it sacrifices textual accuracy for readability, but it’s fine if you have nothing else. More “liberal” translations, such at the NLT and a few others, are decent but not great.

      I have no opinion one way or another about Bible translations that are specific to either the Catholic or Orthodox traditions. I respect both greatly and do not care to weigh in about their particular Biblical textual peculiarities, if any.

      My view is that one should have at least one “modern” translation, e.g. the ESV, and one “old-school” translation, like the KJV or Douay-Rheims. This provides for a nice contrast between modern readability and old-school literal fidelity. Serious Bible students will definitely need the NET and a big notebook to jot down thoughts and ideas.

      There are several translations to avoid like the Plague, and all of them should have been burned for blasphemy by now – the Schofield Bible, the Passion Translation, and the Mirror Bible, to name a few.

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