The Michael C. Sherrard Podcast
Tired of cheap answers, self-serving rhetoric, and deceitful spin? Mike explores the pressing issues of our time by curiously seeking truth with friends, colleagues, and opponents. It is a show of kindness and reason, a place to escape petulant fighting and gain understanding about the things that matter most.
In this episode, Mike Sherrard and Megan Almon delve into the intriguing intersection of 90’s rock music, the philosophical insights of Jordan Peterson, and the profound questions surrounding the arts and their significance.
Megan Almon is a speaker with Apologetics, Inc., and has worked extensively with the Life Training Institute, Summit Ministries, and Stand to Reason. Throughout this episode, we explore the provocative idea proposed by Jordan Peterson that the arts are not just a form of expression but a medium that points toward deeper truths and realities. We also consider the songwriting and spiritual journey of Ed Kowalczyk, lead singer of the band Live, who says beauty is what ended his search for God. Join us as we ponder whether the arts simply mirror society or if they indeed point to something beyond ourselves and what this means for individuals across the spectrum of belief.