Message from Mephisto in Nick Fuentes Server #book-talk
@Mephisto I can send you over notes I took from a class on neitzsche, Hume, Aristotle, Epictetus and them. It covers all that terminology and it’s pretty concise
Read liberalism is a sin
Very good book by a very learned Spanish priest
has anyone read "The Dictator Pope: The Inside Story of the Francis Papacy"
@everyone Fellas at the book store right now. Has anyone read City of God or The Screwtape Letters? Wanted to get Mere Christianity but they don't have
False alarm I found Mere Christianity. Rate the stack lads.
I read The Screwtape Letters in middle school
@Bigfoot what did you think of it? I don't know anything about C.S. Lewis and very little about Christianity in general.
@Polybius It was a very interesting format for certain, as it is as the title suggests it’s a series of letters written between a young demon and his uncle. Asking advice for how to best corrupt and tempt the man he has been assigned to.
@Bigfoot#6897 🤔 sounds interesting. I'll probably pick it up next time I go it was only like four bucks anyway.
Gonna order "First Rate Madness" soon
It connects strong leaders to often having mental illnesses
Big fan of psychology and history
so this should be right up my alley
Mere Christianity is great
Probably the best introduction to Christianity there is
Yeah Mere Christianity is a good book, I read it a couple months ago, I have the same copy you posted. Screwtape Letters is good too, but I still need to finish it I got halfway into it then forgot about it.
can you guys give me the necessary books to read about Christianity for beginners?
Mere Christianity is a good starting point
If you're interested in catholicism this is a site I've been reading through and have found pretty useful
thanks big guy
mere xtiananity is a good entry level
who else reading war and peace here?
Nope never read it
Anyone read grounding for the metaphysics of morals/what are thoughts on moral philosophy in general
4 new books inbound tomorrow
Suicide of a Superpower by Buchanan
Fall of Western Man by Mark Collett
and two books on the opioid epidemic
after those Im gonna look into 33 Strategies of War by Robert Greene
I was a big fan of 48 Laws of Power