"Wrath's Consuming Power" - Chris Hedges and Hamza Yusuf


Video from Renovatio: The Journal of Zaytuna College


"Award winning journalist Chris Hedges speaks with Renovatio editor-in-chief Hamza Yusuf on the deadly sin of wrath and the underlying dark forces of American society today. THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS, A SPECIAL RENOVATIO SERIES HOSTED BY HAMZA YUSUF Hamza Yusuf converses with scholars, leaders, and writers to explore one of religion's most enduring conceptual frameworks, the Seven Deadly Sins. These compelling conversations shed light on how the sins manifest themselves within us, illustrate their devastating consequences on our culture, and elucidate their corresponding virtues for all of us who struggle with sin." from video introduction.


"In a thought-provoking conversation, Shaykh Hamza Yusuf and Chris Hedges discuss a wide range of topics, including the deadly sin of wrath. In addition, this fascinating discourse looks closely at some of the social decay within American society today.

Please be sure to see the entire discourse entitled “The Seven Deadly Sins.” In this series, Shaykh Hamza Yusuf converses with scholars, leaders, and writers to explore one of religion’s most enduring conceptual frameworks, the Seven Deadly Sins.

These compelling conversations shed light on how the sins manifest within us, illustrate their devastating consequences on our culture, and elucidate their corresponding virtues for all of us who struggle with sin..." from the article: Wrath’s Consuming Power With Shaykh Hamza Yusuf & Chris Hedges


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The Seven Deadly Sins in the Modern World Hosted by Hamza Yusuf

Renovatio editor-in-chief Hamza Yusuf—conversing with scholars, leaders, and writers—explores one of religion’s most enduring conceptual frameworks, the Seven Deadly Sins. These conversations, filmed to capture their warmth and intimacy, shed light on how the sins manifest themselves within us, illustrate their devastating consequences on our culture, and elucidate their corresponding virtues for all of us who struggle with sin.


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