Peterson to discuss latest book

On Thursday, April 11, at 7:30 p.m. Dr. Jordan B. Peterson will be at the Saenger Theatre in New Orleans to give a seminar and promote his new book, “We Who Wrestle With God.”

Peterson is a best-selling author, psychologist, professor, and prolific social media influencer who hosts his own podcast on YouTube and The Daily Wire Plus.

His frequent podcasts routinely draw hundreds of thousands of views and include guests from a wide range of disciplines and backgrounds, from average Joes to presidential candidates and leading world figures in politics, religion, and philosophy.

He frequently delves into modern issues facing Western society and the world, including politics, religion, philosophy, psychology, technology, and humanity.

Peterson has written three books, “Maps of Meaning”, presenting a new scientifically grounded theory of religious and political belief, and the best-selling “12 Rules for Life,” and “Beyond Order,” which have sold more than 12 million copies.

He and his wife, Tammy, have sold out more than 400 venues on their immensely popular international lecture tours.

Tickets can be purchased at saengernola.com/events, and prices range from $54.50 to $124.50 for premium seats.   

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