In this interview, Dr. Bjorn Mercer and Professor Robert King examine how religious communities have traditionally responded to crisis situations in the past and how they have reacted to the current pandemic.
In this podcast, Dr. Bjorn Mercer talks with religion and philosophy professor Dr. Chris Myers about the evolving role of religion and Friedrich Nietzsche.
Used for a ballet performance in Paris, “The Rite of Spring” caused a riot and became one of the most famous scandals in music history.
In this podcast, Dr. Bjorn Mercer talks with APUS President Dr. Wally Boston about the impact of coronavirus on higher education.
Bruckner is forever linked to the Nazis and their legacy of death and destruction. His story is a cautionary tale of the political appropriation of art.
In this podcast, APU's Dr. Danny Welsch and Dr. Bjorn Mercer discuss how good scientific discoveries go evil and how evil discoveries turn good.