Understanding the Present Moment #4 (Michel Foucault)

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Friends, today on the “Word on Fire Show,” we conclude our series of discussions called “Understanding the Present Moment.” Brandon Vogt and I have examined four massively influential figures who together help explain our present moment, how we arrived at where we are today. The ideologies undergirding much of the unrest in our culture stem from these four thinkers: Karl Marx, Friedrich Nietzsche, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Michel Foucault. Once we understand these figures and their key ideas, we will recognize them everywhere and be prepared to engage today’s challenges. In today’s fourth and final discussion, we focus on Michel Foucault, perhaps the least known of the four but maybe the one with the greatest direct impact on the way many in our culture think today. A listener asks, how do we understand God as bring if he’s both Father and Son? NOTE: Do you like this podcast? Become a patron and get some great perks for helping, like free books, bonus content, and more. Word on Fire is a non-profit ministry that depends on the support of our listeners…like you! So be part of this mission, and join us today: 🤍🤍patreon.com/bishopbarron ———SHOW NOTES——— New Thomas Aquinas books: 🤍books.wordonfire.org/aquinas Lex Fridman discussion: 🤍youtu.be/WgytXF0SPh0 "The Holy Hour" book: 🤍books.wordonfire.org/theholyhour

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Ric Erikson
2022-09-26 22:23:37

I watched Mr Foucault on TV once in the 70's, it seemed to me that he was just making it up for himself, and held disdain in his heart for others

Ric Erikson
2022-09-25 21:23:50

suspicious neighbours only build higher fences :)

Ric Erikson
2022-09-25 21:13:04

we still burn them in effigy and dignitas , maybe the point was to use the horrificness of the punishment to promote the wider distribution of the lesson, as the Romans did with their very public crucifixions?
as our technology reach increased the message has new forms of travel?

Brenda Myc
2022-09-23 01:07:32

Okay

Brenda Myc
2022-09-23 00:56:10

If these guys are bad why do we still teach their philosophies?

lorenzo melchionda
2022-09-19 21:51:10

What a horror show…

Your friendly neighborhood internet evangelist.
2022-09-17 16:46:23

Regarding Mary's sins and mistakes recorded for us in the Gospels.

We cannot read the hearts and minds of others so sometimes it is difficult to tell the difference between a sin and a mistake.


1.

John 2:1-12.
Mary attempted to take inappropriate authority over Jesus at the wedding at Cana.
Jesus immediately and politely told her not to tell him what to do. "what have I to do with thee woman"


2.

Matthew 12:46-50-(and other passages.)
Mary attempted to interrupt Jesus when he was ministering to his disciples.
A sin or a mistake? Only God knows.
Jesus refused to see them.
The answer he gave was quite telling.

Matthew 12:48-50 ESV —
But he replied to the man who told him, “Who is my mother, and who are my brothers?” And stretching out his hand toward his disciples, he said, “Here are my mother and my brothers! For whoever does the will of my Father in heaven is my brother and sister and mother.”

His larger family at one point referred to him as "out of his mind."

Mark 3:21 ESV —
And when his family heard it, they went out to seize him, for they were saying, “He is out of his mind.”

It's clear from the context that Mary was at the very least cooperating with this general feeling in the family because she attempted to interrupt him with them.


3.

Luke 41-52.
She was experienced undue worry and anxiety when she lost contact with him when he was 12 years old.
When they reunited Jesus politely rebuked her and said "didn't you know I would be about my father's business."
If Mary had complete faith that he was truly God in the flesh then she would have no reason to worry.


4.

And finally the one that does not need any interpretation because Mary judged herself.

Luke 1:47 ESV —
and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior,

Mary freely admitted that she needed a savior. Mary judged herself as a sinner.

Selam Ethiopia
2022-09-15 17:26:46

Thank you Bishop Barron! God bless you!

Mike Price
2022-09-15 04:39:18

It seems to me that you shouldn't need a course to understand the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.

Jay S
2022-09-14 23:45:49

is faith just one more power play
concocted by our pride?
or the most holy gracious hope
sublimely high and wide?

farfangled
2022-09-14 16:04:15

The French philosophers have really done a number on us

Francesco S
2022-09-13 09:10:25

I love Foucault , thanks . I love him he was great.

Les Parks
2022-09-13 04:55:57

Ironically, Foucault is a Dead White European/Western Male

Alex Kirby
2022-09-12 01:45:31

I wish Paris had photos and images of René Girard, instead of Michel Foucault

ludovicoC
2022-09-10 03:08:31

Why is anybody even giving Foucault the time of day? He was a homosexual pedophile sex pervert who died as a result of the lifestyle philosophy he espoused. Why not give the Marquis De Sade equal time?

Mo Town
2022-09-09 20:34:36

Since watching Inception, I tend to view the holy trinity as this:

THE FATHER is God, the pure being, and also the ultimate dreamer. His dream is our reality. He dreams lucid, meaning he is fully aware that he's dreaming and actively designing/creating his dream.

THE SON is the personification of the father in the dream. He is created human like us, yet in him resides the father, so that he can walk among his creation.

THE HOLY SPIRT is God's loving awareness present everywhere at all times in the dream, except for within us and our desires, where our own spirit resides and exercises free will. As we receive god's grace, pray and live righteously, we can choose to open the door for the holy spirit to come bring clarity, guidance and love.



As we dream, we are a person laying in bed, a person in the dream, and the dream itself is also fully us, since it resides in our minds. That's three beings in one, just like God.

I of course don't know if it is true, but I think this is a good analogy for the holy trinity, as we are allegedly made in God's image. I hope we are, and most of all I hope that God really loves us. I sometimes kill ants out of boredom and it frightens me that an ultimate being may treat us the same way.

Lets pray for world peace.☀

Thomas
2022-09-08 20:22:59

I love Bishop Barron's explanations of the Trinity. Coming from a Oneness Pentecostal background and highly resistant to the Trinity, I found his Catholicism series episode, "The Ineffable Mystery of God", very disarming. While certainly not a treatise on the Trinity, his description of God was very relatable to my understanding of God and his explanation of the Trinity helped take me out of my defensive posture. It was key in opening me up to a more honest exploration of the history and context surrounding the development of the doctrine. That was also my first major step in my journey toward Catholicism.

Dee Martella
2022-09-08 01:41:34

I can't for the liffe of me,a grandmother, understand why I find this so fascinating....

Dee Martella
2022-09-08 01:30:31

Thank you and god Bless!

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