Episode 7:In this episode, Pat Flynn explores the nature of morality, to see what–if anything–it can tell us about God. Aired on June 17, 2018.
Episode 6: In this episode, Pat talks with special guest psychologist and philosopher Dr. Kevin Vost about, well, the meaning of life, of course! Aired on June 10, 2018.
Episode 5: In this episode, Pat discusses with special guest Father Steve Grunow, CEO of Word on Fire, research around the physical and mental health benefits of being religious/spiritual. Aired on June 10, 2018.
Episode 4: In this episode, Pat interviews special guest Trent Horn on why you should be religious and not just spiritual. Aired on June 3, 2018.
Episode 3:In this episode, Pat explains why all religions are most certainly not saying the same thing, and why it’s important to discern your way to truth, and how to go about it. Aired on May 27, 2018.
Episode 2: How to Think about God. In this episode, Pat explains Mortimer J. Adler's method of deducing that God exists and figuring out what he is like purely from thinking like a philosopher, that is without reliance on revelation. Aired on May 20, 2018.
Episode 1: What is Faith?In this inaugural episode, Pat gives what he believes to be the best definition of faith, and why it’s so important to get this right. Aired on May 13, 2018.
Who is Pat Flynn?
Writer, philosopher, and “re-converted” Catholic, Pat Flynn focuses on presenting the Christian faith with reason and confidence through the use of apologetics and leading with example, some of it his.
Pat is the author of four books (mostly on fitness) and, beyond WCAT, host of the podcast The Pat Flynn Show and the website ChroniclesOfStrength.com, where he teaches his followers about Generalism, that is, the skill of being good to great at many things, rather than the best at just one, and combining those talents in a unique stack to better themselves and the world.
Pat’s books include a series of best-selling For Dummies titles (including Paleo Workouts for Dummies, and Fast Diets for Dummies) along with the upcoming How to Be Better at Almost Anything (Benbella, 2018), which focuses on engaging in, and enjoying, genuinely good activities for increasing personal health and happiness. The secret? Forget specialization! Stack skills instead.
Pat is married to his wife Christine and are both devoted to raises their ever-growing tribe of kids proudly Catholic.