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Stream or download this episode. Josh Altmanshofer and Michial Farmer discuss Walt Disney’s first package film, 1943’s Saludos Amigos.
Download or Stream this Episode Charles Hackney interviews Mark McMinn about his recent book The Science of Virtue.
Download or Stream this Episode Coyle and Ed chat with Andrew Walker, Director of Policy Studies for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission about the Nashville Statement on human sexuality. Readings/Articles Mentioned in the Episode:[…]
Download or Stream this Episode Everyone’s talking Luther these days, and the stories we tell show the world about ourselves as much as they do about the Augusinian monk from half a millennium ago. Is[…]
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Back from a break for our penultimate episode of season 3, Sam and I surveyed a variety of Protestant Reformations, both magisterial (Calvin’s Geneva, the Church of England) and radical (Anabaptists in particular). Featured Books[…]
Download or Stream this Episode Coyle sits down with the attorney, Jon Whitehead to talk about the recent Trinity Lutheran Supreme Court case. Mentioned in the Episode The Trinity Lutheran opinion The Trinity Lutheran oral argument audio or transcript
In 590 AD, seven years before Augustine of Canterbury would venture over to Britain, St. Columban crossed the channel the other direction to Gaul. Columban was an Irish monk, a scholar of Bangor Abbey, that[…]
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