Auguste Rodin’s “The Thinker” on display at the Peabody Essex Museum’s exhibit: “Rodin: Transforming Sculpture.” (Andrea Shea/WBUR)

Welcome back to The Amateur Society for a conversation about how our worldviews and beliefs change! Who can say that 100% of the beliefs they have held have been accurate? Given that we have been wrong before, what are we wrong about now? Is it better for us when our worldview changes in response to internal or external motivation? What are the consequences of not actively engaging our own worldview? What are the catastrophic risks of ignoring our worldview? These questions and more highlight this insightful episode of The Amateur Society!

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Steven Menking is the Senior Editor of On the Objective and the founder of The Amateur Society. He is a Christian economist, commentator, and thinker based in New York City. Prior to being born again in 2014, Steven was an investment banking analyst and an equities trader. He currently works full time as a private tutor and uses his spare time to research, write, podcast, and advance the Kingdom of God. All glory to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!