In this interview with Abigail Shrier, she pinpoints the issues children are facing with the recent rise of the transgenderism in the West.

Praxis Circle Contributor Stephen Meyer is the Director and Senior Fellow of the Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture. Praxis Circle interviewed Dr. Meyer because he is among America’s leaders in presenting the extensive evidence for God or Intelligent Design (ID) that exists in all fields of science everywhere scientists do their work.

Mike Gonzalez is a Senior Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, where he specializes in immigration and foreign policy issues. With a career spanning journalism and public policy, Gonzalez has made significant contributions to the conservative movement and American public discourse. He is author of "The Plot to Change America: How Identity Politics is Dividing the Land of the Free" (2020) and "BLM: The Making of a New Marxist Revolution" (2021).

Praxis Circle Contributor George Weigel is a Distinguished Senior Fellow of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, New York Times bestselling author, and world-leading Catholic theologian. Mr. Weigel because he is among the most influential spokespersons for Christian orthodoxy and Western freedom in the world.

Erika Bachiochi discusses the women's movement, four waves of feminism, the important philosophy of Mary Wollstonecraft, and more in her interview.

In her second interview with us, Mary Eberstadt discusses her books, Catholicism, the family, feminism, and more.

In this interview, Dr. Nicholas Eberstadt discusses economics, foreign policy, and more.

What is soul liberty? Os Guinness discusses this and other worldview concepts in this interview.

What is natural law and the second order principles? Contributor Robert George, 6th McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University explains.

Are we worshipping "strong" or "weak" gods and what might that mean for our life satisfaction? Author & editor Dr. R. R. Reno discusses in his interview.

How is the pursuit of diversity harming higher education? Heather Mac Donald, bestselling author of "The Diversity Delusion" explains.

In his interview with us, Hank Sipe shares about life experiences that have shaped his worldview.

Should we be optimistic or pessimistic about America's future? John Reid gives his views on politics, media, social issues, and more.

Why is it important to care about the worldview of others? May-Lily Lee discusses by drawing from her life experience.

What is the "bell curve" and "dumbbell curve" within politics? Frank Hill discusses in his interview with us.

In his interview, Allen Corey talks about his worldview and how it impacts his business decisions.

In her interview with us, Victoria Cobb discusses how worldview directly impacts social issues and legislative decisions.

As psychiatrist who specialized in childhood and adolescent abuse, Dr. Julia Burns shares about her life journey of trauma and healing.

In this clip of his interview with us, Roscoe Brumback discusses the different life experiences that have shaped his worldview and personal code of ethics.

Where is free speech most threatened? James Bacon draws on his experience in journalism to discuss social and political trends in the U.S. today.

What's the difference between equity and equality? Dr. Walter Williams discusses politics, economics, history, race, and other topics in his interview.