AMDG. John Cuddeback, a philosophy professor at Christendom College, family man, and homesteader, visits with Bonnie and Steven this episode about relationship, friendship, and home life. With the insight of an ethics professor and the experience of a family leader, Dr. Cuddeback describes the importance of living well together, the distinction between education and academics, and the richness of our common stock of stories, images, and questions. From Aristotle to agriculture, today’s episode highlights the expansion of experience and the experience of wonder available to families.
Check out Dr. Cuddeback’s musings, videos, and courses at his website LifeCraft.
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