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Download this Episode I always thought that things were as serious as cancer, but Jason Micheli has another idea. In a book that’s part memoir, part theology, and part handbook for pastors visiting cancer patients,[…]
Katie Grubbs, Victoria Reynolds Farmer, and Leah Henning discuss Katelyn Beaty’s 2016 book A Woman’s Place: A Christian Vision for Your Calling in the Office, the Home, and the World. Knowing -Why discuss this book?[…]
A Primer on Christian Alternative Rock: The Swirling Eddies WHO ARE THEY? Well, the short answer is that they’re Daniel Amos under assumed names and with a different drummer. After DA’s Darn Floor—Big Bite (1987),[…]
Download or stream this episode. David Grubbs talks about the early Christian text the Didache with Nathan Gilmour and Michial Farmer.
Download this Episode “Dear friends, let us love one another, because love is from God, and everyone who loves has been fathered by God and knows God. The person who does not love does not[…]
Download or Stream this Episode As issues regarding the Supreme Court begin to drift back into view with the nomination of Neil Gorsuch, Ed and Coyle take up the topic of constitutional interpretation, talking about originalism,[…]
Download this Episode The final Theology Beer Camp episode is here! This episode starts with John Cobb’s lecture from the event’s last morning. Then you’ll hear Nathan Gilmour interview Cobb on questions of Bible, theology,[…]
Meet Generation Z: Understanding and Reaching the New Post-Christian World By James Emery White 205 pp. Baker Books. $16.99 I’ve long been suspicious of broad generational labels, the assumption that one’s birth within a certain[…]
Download this Episode In that strange moment that Petrarch called the Dark Ages and Enlightenment historians called the beginning of the Middle Ages, the great city-builders that once stretched their hand from the Euphrates in[…]