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Monday, September 4, 2023
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On today’s show, Kerby talks with Tim Elmore founder of Growing Leaders. Tim is passionate about understanding the emerging generation and helping them transition from home to college & teaching them how to become leaders in their schools, their communities, and their careers. He joins Kerby to talk about his new book, A New Kind of Diversity. In the second hour, author John Dickson speaks to Kerby about his new book, A Doubter’s Guide to World Religions.

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Kerby Anderson
Kerby Anderson
Host, Point of View Radio Talk Show
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Kerby Anderson is host of Point of View Radio Talk Show and also serves as the President of Probe Ministries. He holds masters degrees from Yale University (science) and Georgetown University (government). He also serves as a visiting professor at Dallas Theological Seminary and has spoken on dozens of university campuses including University of Michigan, Vanderbilt University, Princeton University, Johns HopkinsRead More

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Dr. Tim Elmore
Author | Founder & CEO - Growing Leaders, Inc.
Dr. Tim Elmore is the founder and CEO of Growing Leaders, an Atlanta‐based nonprofit organization encouraging and equipping emerging leaders (www.growingleaders.com).

Tim’s work stems from 20 years of service alongside Dr. John C. Maxwell. Dr. Elmore has published over 35 books, including Habitudes: Images That Form Leadership Habits and Attitudes, Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership, and his latest, A New Kind of Diversity: Making the Different Generations on Your Team a Competitive Advantage. He has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, USA Today, and Psychology Today, and he’s been featured on both Fox and Friends and CNN’s Headline News to talk about leading multiple generations in the marketplace.
A New Kind of Diversity: Making the Different Generations on Your Team a Competitive Advantage
In A New Kind of Diversity, bestselling author Tim Elmore brings his decades of research and leadership experience to bear on what might be the biggest, most dramatic, and most disruptive shift the American workforce has ever seen: the vast diversity of several generations living—and working—together.

How can we hope to work together when we can't even understand each other?

This book provides the tools to:
1. Get the most out of the strengths of each age group on your team.
2. Foster effective communication instead of isolation among people.
3. Build bridges rather than walls so that loneliness becomes connectedness.
4. Connect people to learn how both veterans and rookies can mentor each other.
John Dickson Show Page
John Dickson, PhD
Author | Speaker | Historian | Media Presenter - Podcast Host of Undeceptions
John Dickson (PhD, Macquarie University) is an author, speaker, historian, and media presenter. John is author of more than 20 books, two of which became television documentaries. He also cohosted the documentary For the Love of God: How the Church is Better and Worse Than you Ever Imagined. John teaches a course on the historical Jesus at the University of Sydney, Australia, and researches the origins of Christianity in the Roman empire. He is a Visiting Academic in the Faculty of Classics at Oxford University (2016-2021) and Distinguished Fellow and Senior Lecturer in Public Christianity at Ridley College Melbourne. John presents Australia’s number one religion podcast, Undeceptions, exploring aspects of life, faith, history, or ethics that are either much misunderstood or mostly forgotten.
A Doubter's Guide to World Religions: A Fair and Friendly Introduction to the History, Beliefs, and Practices of the Big Five
Written by historian and theologian John Dickson in his characteristically engaging style, this book presents each of the world's five major systems of faith, carefully outlining the history, doctrines, beliefs, and spiritual practices of:

Hinduism ("The Way of Release")
Buddhism ("The Way of Enlightenment")
Judaism ("The Way of the Torah")
Christianity ("The Way of the Christ")
Islam ("The Way of Submission")
In his own words, Dickson acts as an art curator in a gallery, presenting each of these "works of art" in their best light and letting each have their say. Along the way, he demonstrates the importance of religion in general—to society and to individual believers—and addresses many of the universal questions that all of these serious and ancient religions ask:

Who are we?
What is our worth?
How should we live?
Are we alone?
At the end of each section is a bibliography of helpful books and websites for those who are interested in learning even more.



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