Not Perfect, Just Dumb
Why are people miserable? Is it fate? Is it bad luck? Is it biological? Former American president James Garfield didn't think so.
Here Is Gone
A proverb from Stendahl explains why social media is so bad for mid-level Christian intellectuals. Hopefully no one too famous is listening.
Closed for Business
Among other things, a reflection on the profound effect "The Last Broadcast" had on Gibbs when he was 21.
People often say that Jackson Pollock's work is "actually quite good." No one ever says this about Rembrandt, though. No "actually" is necessary. Wonder why? Joshua Gibbs looks into it.
My Sparkling Personality
Do you know what you bring to the table? You've got to. Joshua Gibbs explains.
Fly As Fast As You Can
When a child becomes so sick that it may die, what do the parents say to themselves? Joshua Gibbs explores with a famous quotation from Menander.
Gravity Always Wins
The 100th episode is devoted to the greatest proverb of all time. No big deal.