The E.A.R. Podcast with Brandon Queen

Hosted ByBrandon M. Queen

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Prayer and Philosophy – S1 Ep7

Season 1 Episode 7 – Pray and Philosophy

During this episode, we have a casual conversion on prayer and philosophy. We attempt to bridge philosophy and prayer while exploring the the Philosophy of prayer through discussion. We reference Immanuel Kant, Bertrand Russell, and a Jewish Rabbi Dovid Gotthlieb. We talk about the atheist and agnostic view of prayer and philosophy.

Co-Host: Britton Frost is the oldest of three, Henry and Allen Frost. He is the son of Eileen and William Frost. Britton received a Bachelor of Science in Philosophy from the University of New Orleans and a Masters of Philosophy from the University of Buckingham, UK. Britton is an odd ball but a great friend. Britton and I were friends from ‘diaper’ days, well technically not from diaper days but we have been friends for 23 years. Britton has a few jobs, one is as Motorsports Stewart. Britton will began as an adjunct instructor at Baton Rouge Community College in the fall of 2019 teaching philosophy.
Podcast Episode Summary:
As we discuss philosophy and prayer, we look at statements made by people who spoke on prayer and we give our take on the two topics. We explore one question, does prayer have a point? We slightly go off script if you will, but we grasp the concept of prayer and philosophy.

  • Contrast of Science & Religion
  • Philosophy has both Religion and Science Incorporated within
  • Prayer & Meditation
  • Atheist

Notable Quotes:Meditation removes all unconsciousness and you focus on your thoughts ” – Britton Frost “I hate the American Dream, for the American Dream is boastful and sinful but a life of prayer is a way of life and acknowledgment to a creator God” – Brandon Queen

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