Dr Daniel & Tana Amen

The Brain Warrior's Way Podcast

Dr Daniel & Tana Amen

  • The Science Behind Evil with Rice Broocks

The Science Behind Evil with Rice Broocks

Thursday 3rd January 2019

Join Dr. Daniel and Tana Amen in their latest Brain Warrior's Way Podcast episode as they talk to Rice Broocks, the author of God's Not Dead, about the broad spectrum of what's considered to be evil and how we can wrap our minds around this elusive concept.
14 minutes
Informative
Thought-provoking
Engaging
Raw
Empowering

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Exploring the Elusive Concept of Evil: A Discussion with Rice Broocks on The Brain Warrior's Way Podcast

Evil is not just the absence of good, it's the active opposition to it.
The concept of evil is something that has fascinated and confounded people for centuries. In the latest episode of The Brain Warrior's Way Podcast, Dr. Daniel and Tana Amen welcome Rice Broocks, author of the bestselling book God's Not Dead, to discuss this elusive and complex topic. The conversation starts with a discussion about the difficulty of defining evil and how it can be both elusive and fluid.
Rice Broocks explains that evil is not just the absence of good, but it is the active opposition to it. The hosts and guest then delve into a discussion about the role of conscience in determining what is considered evil and the idea that moral law is within all of us. They also touch upon the topic of mental health and how it can affect a person's behavior, and how accountability and judgment play a role in addressing evil.
Overall, this episode is informative, thought-provoking, and engaging. Listeners will be challenged to think more deeply about the concept of evil and how it affects our world. As Rice Broocks puts it, 'The best way to overcome evil is to be good.' Tune in to The Brain Warrior's Way Podcast to hear this fascinating conversation in full.