Dec 18, 2021 • 1HR 4M

Loneliness and Hope in the Season of Advent

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This week David French and Curtis Chang take a hard look at the silent killer of loneliness. Why is loneliness on the rise in America? What might hope look like, and how do we access it? Join us for this Advent episode where the reality of God’s incarnation in Jesus takes center stage, and the true story of hope in dark times is revealed.

Show Notes:

-Carol Graham: Premature Mortality and the Long Decline of Hope in America

-Social Capital Project - Opioid Overdoses by Demographic

-The college connection: The education divide in American social and community life

-David Brooks in the Atlantic: The Nuclear Family Was a Mistake

-Nancy French in the Washington Examiner: What civility really means