Home Altars and Living the Virtuous Life
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About our drink:
Since 2002, the Balvenie distillers have dedicated one week a year to distilling whisky with 100% peated barley, resulting in the Peat Week bottlings! This is the second release in the series – a 14 year old single malt distilled in 2003, showing off hearty helping of rich smoke. (Source: Master of Malt)
About the gear:
A home altar. We talk about how having a sacred space, specifically a prayer alter, in your house helps you to live liturgically and implement the beauties of our faith within the home.
Here are a couple of examples:
About our topic:
David has been reading a look from Dr. John Cuddeback, in preparation for him coming to Tulsa in June, and wanted to discuss a couple of questions that came from the book, mainly, “Why live the virtuous life?”.
Drinking: Balvenie Peat Week 2003
Gear: Home Altars
Discussing why live the virtuous life
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