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Download or Stream this Episode Ed Song and Coyle Neal take on the contested category we call liberalism in part 1 of a two parter! If you’ve not been over to iTunes yet, subscribe now, and[…]
Michial Farmer leads David Grubbs and Nathan Gilmour in the last of three discussions of Jedediah Purdy’s For Common Things.
Download or Stream this Episode Ed Song and Coyle Neal tackle Donald Trump and explore his surprising rise through the Republican ranks in this episode of City of Man. If you’ve not been over to iTunes[…]
This week I got to be a bit more of a Pietist schoolman again, as we considered how a Pietist ethos would shape education at several levels. Things started with Sam and me talking about Bethel and[…]
In this episode Danny Anderson speaks with Jay Eldred about the evangelical historian, David Barton, once named by Time as one of the 25 most influential evangelicals in America. Danny and Jay talk about Christian[…]
Nathan Gilmour leads Michial Farmer and David Grubbs in the second of our three discussions of Jedediah Purdy’s For Common Things.
Plato and the Elements of Dialogue by John H. Fritz 186 pp. Lexington Books. $85.00 Every time any writer does philosophy, John H. Fritz reminds us, we’re dealing with an action and thus with setting. […]
Nora Bonner, Katie Grubbs, and Carla Ewert discuss how egalitarianism functions within the church and marriage, what it holds in common with complementarianism, and how the two doctrines tend to approach the scriptures. INTRODUCTION: Last[…]
It’s one of the four instincts that we think defines the Pietist ethos: to trust that Christians are better together than apart. Around Bethel, it shows up as an “irenic [or peaceable] spirit” that leads us to avoid[…]
Download or Stream this Episode Ed Song and Coyle Neal take on the contested category we call conservatism in this pair of City of Man episodes. If you’ve not been over to iTunes yet, subscribe[…]