No World for Warriors

War remains a constant throughout human history. How we wage war does not. When a man that has battled with Spartans, Celtic barbarians, and Mongol hordes joins today’s techno military, the question becomes: Is there a place for warriors among soldiers? And when you’ve seen the rise and fall of a thousand nations and empires, can war still hold any meaning?

Written by Matt Wallace
Narrated by Rick Stringer

Wander Radio

7th Son

Copyright 2007 Rick Stringer and Matt Wallace

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  1. March 22nd, 2007 | 12:15 am

    your Libsyn link is broken – I can’t listen!

  2. March 22nd, 2007 | 1:22 am

    Sorry about that… minor typo in podpress. All fixed now! –Summer

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